Sequoia Wild Heritage Project
Our mission is to add existing roadless areas of the Sequoia National Park, National Forest, and National Monument to the National Wilderness Preservation System.
- Sequoia Task Force - Much remains to be done to preserve the Giant Sequoia ecosystem!
- Giant Sequoia National Monument - from the Sierra Club Sequoia Task Force
- Sierra Club Mineral King Group
- Sierra Club Kern Kaweah Chapter
- Tule River Conservancy - Giant Sequoia Web Portal
- Giant Sequoia National Monument - Official U.S. Forest Service website
- Sequoia National Park - Official National Park Service website
- Campaign for America's Wilderness - California
- Economic Benefits of Wilderness - by Thomas Michael Power, Professor and and chair of the University of Montana Department of Economics.
- Economic Values of Protecting Roadless Areas - a study prepared by John B. Loomis, PhD., Professor of Agriculture and Resource Economics at Colorado State University, including both national and California-specific data.
- Economic Benefits of Wilderness - by Dr. Pete Morton, resource economist the Wilderness Society
- Sierra Club Wldlands Campaign
- The Wilderness Society
- Wilderness Information Network
- Wild Wilderness - Opposing user fees for forest recreation
- Famous Wilderness Quotes
- John Muir Exhibit - Inspiring words from the champion of wilderness whose call has never been more relevant!
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