Fostering a sense of stewardship through participation in educational outdoor activities.
Open communication and interaction with public officials
Active involvement in Federal and State land management policies
Coalition-building with conservation and environmental student groups
Campus and community outreach
The Lands Projects began as Wilderness Study Group (WSG) in 1970. Initially WSG focused on helping to map potential Wilderness Areas, Wilderness Study Areas, and Research Natural Areas, gathering information and establishing protection for wild and pristine places in Colorado. Projects included the BLM Wilderness Study Area in Lower Grape Creek and areas in Dinosaur National Monument. WSG remains dedicated to preserving public lands. In addition to Wilderness inventory work, they have also become involved in corporate campaigns, watershed monitoring in the Boulder area, and student outreach.