Article 1
WWPs Decisive Legal Victory

Article 2
WWP Fights To Protect Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep In Hells Canyon

Article 3
Burn Bandwidth, not Oil

Article 4
Symptoms of an Unsustainable World

Article 5
WWP 2006 Financial Statement

Article 6
Western Watersheds opens Western Idaho Office

Article 7
Photo Essay: Protected Land Opens to Grazing in Washington

Article 8
Picture This! An Oregon Native Grass Sanctuary?

Article 9
Photo Essay: Shoofly Creek Idaho as Grazing Wasteland

Speaking Back
Speaking Back to the Cattle Empire!

A Thank you to our Donors

Thank You Earthfriends !

Western Watershed Projects Copper Basin Initiative

On June 8-10 2007 members of WWPs staff and boards camped at Charcoal Creek in Copper Basin to initiate WWPs Copper Basin Initiative. From left: Kelley Weston, Jon Marvel, Debra Ellers, canine Syri, Brian Ertz, Katie Fite, Louise Wagenknecht, Katie Strong, Ralph Maughan, John Carter, canine Fifa, Bob Wagenknecht and Dale Grooms

Starting in the summer of 2007 WWP will be focusing staff and media attention on the Copper Basin and adjacent areas in central Idaho in order to emphasize the potential and importance of this area for wildlife habitat and wilderness values. WWP believes that Copper Basin and the rest of the upper Big Lost River watershed has the potential to be as rich a wildlife area as the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park but with better scenery and mountain backdrops !

Take a look at some articles from the Summer 2007 Watersheds Messenger. Select a title from the list at left, and CLICK to retrieve the article. For the complete edition of this Messenger, with photos, artwork, poetry and other inclusions, LOOK AT the PDF version.


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