Conservationists With Common Sense (CWCS)

Additional Information

Links to sites with additional information we think you'll find useful.

  • American Recreation Coalition
    The American Recreation Coalition (ARC) is a Washington-based non-profit organization formed in 1979. Since its inception, ARC has sought to catalyze public/private partnerships to enhance and protect outdoor recreational opportunities and the resources upon which such experiences are based.
  • Arrowhead Coalition for Multiple Use
    A multi-use group formed to educate the public to promote reasonable access, sensible multiple use recreation, management and opportunities to enjoy public lands and waters in the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota.
  • Associated Contract Loggers & Truckers of Minnesota
    The ACLT represents the largest logging trade association in Minnesota
  • BlueRibbon Coalition
    Helping to preserve our natural resources FOR the public instead of FROM the public.
  • Dorothy Molter Museum
    Some remember her fondly as the "Root Beer Lady" while others recall her as the "Nightingale of the Wilderness" or simply, Dorothy. The Dorothy Molter Memorial Foundation located in Ely, Minnesota, was formed to preserve and interpret Dorothy Molter's legacy.
  • Goodbye Green: How Extremists Stole the Environmental Movement from Moderate America and Killed It - Glen A. Duncan
    Good reading and a great educational tool.
  • Midwest Outdoorsman
    Fishing and Hunting Reports from the Midwest.
  • Minnesota Outdoor Heritage Alliance (MOHA)
    Oranization whose mission is to protect and guarantee the right to pursue the time-honored traditions of hunting and fishing, and related activities, for every Minnesota citizen, in perpetuity, through legislative action, public awareness and education.
  • Minnesota United Snowmobile Association
    Minnesota United Snowmobilers Association (MnUSA) was organized in 1978 to protect, preserve and promote the sport of snowmobiling throughout Minnesota through favorable legislation and programs. Through the years, MnUSA has become a state and national leader in recreational support.
  • United Northern Sportsmen
    Minnesota's largest and most active conservation club located a short 25 minute drive from downtown Duluth.

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The Other Side

  • Environmental Working Group
    Their agenda includes active regionally and nationally in monitoring and appealing timber sales.
  • Wildlands Network
    A project started and maintaind by Earth First founder Dave Forman. Among their views, they believe "'s conservation movement also emphasizes scientific, ecological, and evolutionary values, and, increasingly, the intrinsic rights of Nature."