Wilderness Connect, housed on the University of Montana campus, acknowledges that we are on the traditional lands of the Salish and Kalispel peoples, who have stewarded this land throughout many generations and are its past, present, and future caretakers.
Deciding to Keep Wilderness Wild: Four Cornerstones for Wilderness Managers
This course is hosted by the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center.
This course explores the four most important principles of managing wilderness: Preserve Wildness and Natural Conditions, Protect Wilderness Benefits, Provide and Use the Minimum Necessary, and Manage Wilderness as a Whole. The course is designed to stimulate your thought process so that when you are faced with difficult wilderness stewardship issues, you can make well-informed decisions that minimize negative impacts to wilderness character as required by The Wilderness Act of 1964.
Register for this course by visiting the proValens Learning course catalog. Add this course to your cart (no cost) then proceed to checkout to create an account. You will use this account to log in to access the course materials (now and later), to access your completion certificate, and to take any additional wilderness courses you choose.