The Wilderness Act gave voice to what is collectively America's common ground," says Jamie Williams, President of The Wilderness Society , founded in 1935 to advocate for protection of America's roadless wild places.
What does TWS stand for?
TWS stands for The Wilderness Society
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The airline will operate as official airline of The Wilderness Society, and will support efforts of The Wilderness Society to protect wilder places in the US.
He has worked for the Wilderness Society, The Nature Conservancy and Environmental Defense, and has served on the board of directors of the RARE Center for Tropical Conservation, the Society for Conservation Biology, the American Bird Conservatory, and on the editorial boards of Conservation Biology and Ecological Applications.
The Wilderness Society has issued a call for law reform in response to the Federal Court's dismissal of its challenge last year to Australian Government approval for Tasmania's Tamar Valley pulp mill.
John McCarthy, a spokesman for The Wilderness Society, called the policy "positive and really what you'd hope to see" for the forest.
This is particularly true in western states like Montana, where the Wilderness Society worked alongside local hunters and outfitters in 2004 to overturn plans to allow drilling in the Rocky Mountain Front, a unique big-game habitat known as "America's Serengeti.
Olaus served as director of the Wilderness Society, and Mardy became the acknowledged "grandmother of conservation.