August 2022

Volume 28, Number 2

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In this issue

In this issue of IJW, Rebecca Rasch finds wildland advocates in unexpected places. Elena Thomas, Williams Rice, Jenn Thomsen, Jaclyn Rushing and Chris Armatas investigate constraints to wilderness recreation. Tina Tin documents wilderness area visitation during the COVID pandemic. And Marcus Hall, Wilko Graf von Hardenberg, Tina Tin, and Robert Dvorak reintroduce the Wilderness Babel project.

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Articles

Reaching Nature “Through the Noise”

Reaching Nature “Through the Noise”

Wilderness and wildlands are often epitomized by their opportunities for solitude. Their remoteness gives humans the opportunity to take time away from society and find respite, recovery, and rejuvenation.

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Wildland Advocates in Unexpected Places

Wildland Advocates in Unexpected Places

The concepts of “shared stewardship” or “collaborative management” can be challenging. They require shared vision, definition of clear roles and responsibilities, and commitment to the collaborative process.

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Wilderness Babel

Wilderness Babel

Brazil’s long-distance trails (LDT) are the descendants of historical routes of travel for indigenous peoples that date back thousands of years.

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Digital Reviews

Digital Reviews

IJW looks at “The Landscape”, a podcast hosted by Aaron Weiss and Kate Groetzinger and produced by the Center for Western Priorities.

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