Nicholas Kristof on Wilderness
His recent column in The New York Times reminds us what makes Wilderness so great
In the Media
In his recent New York Times column, Nicholas Kristof celebrates public lands and extols the virtues of the Wilderness experience.
Cecil Garland is not well known beyond the Big Blackfoot River of western Montana. But in this scenic valley, he is remembered as the hardware store owner and WWII veteran who led a 10-year fight to designate the 240,000-acre Scapegoat Wilderness.