Friday, December 16, 2011

The Wilderness Society's "my wilderness" series spotlights pro snowboarder Forrest Shearer

There's a growing trend among pro skiers and snowboarders. Riders like Forrest Shearer are speaking out about climate change and the need for wildland conservation. As part of The Wilderness Society's "my wilderness" series, Shearer shares his passion for backcountry riding and shows how he inspires young people to take action.

Please check out "my wilderness" at:

About “my wilderness”
The Wilderness Society recently launched a national marketing campaign called “my wilderness,” designed to inspire Americans to care for our wild places. We are capturing a wide variety of people talking about their own personal experiences and stories of their favorite places.

The Wilderness Society is the leading public-lands conservation organization working to protect wilderness and inspire Americans to care for our wild places. Founded in 1935, and now with more than 500,000 members and supporters, TWS has led the effort to permanently protect 110 million acres of wilderness and to ensure sound management of our shared national lands.
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