AIM IN MARK TWAIN NATIONAL FOREST ARTICLE
Read the article “Forest Service interns keeping your Wilderness wild, by conducting surveys and trail work”
AIM CO-HOSTS NATIONAL WILDERNESS WORKSHOP IN ARKANSAS
October 3 – 5, 2017
Lake Point Conference Center, Russellville Arkansas
The National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance and the Society of Wilderness Stewardship, in partnership with AIM for Wilderness Stewardship, Arkansas Tech University, and the U. S. Forest Service is pleased to announce the upcoming National Wilderness Workshop, in the beautiful gateway to the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains, Russellville Arkansas, October 3-5th, 2017.
The National Wilderness Workshop is the premier gathering of wilderness stewardship organizations, federal agencies, and wilderness academics to learn and discuss current wilderness issues, network among like-minded professionals, and seek solutions to pressing wilderness problems.
The workshop will offer sessions in wilderness science, stewardship and volunteer engagement:
National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance
PO Box 5293, Reno, Nevada 89513
AIM HIRES EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – MOLLY MAXWELL
Molly joined AIM this September and we are thrilled to have her. Molly has been working and learning in the outdoor field in different capacities since 2012, earning her Master’s degree in Recreation Administration from Southern Illinois University in Recreation Administration in May of this year. Read more about Molly here.