Social Media Guidance for the National Wilderness Conference

Help us publicize the conference and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act by sharing your message through social and traditional media channels.

Twitter

Tweet about programs, things you learned, and activities you think other participants and your Twitter followers will find interesting and fun!

Find out other participant' Twitter handles and retweet them to create noise around the 50th anniversary!

Remember to use the #Wilderness50 hashtag in all of your tweets.

Sample General Tweets

Do you support more wilderness protections? RT to join the chorus of voices at #Wilderness50 voices in @cabq.

Wilderness offers #veterans valuable resources for personal reflection and spiritual renewal. #Wilderness50

At @wild50th conference listening to @MartinHeinrich talk about the values of wilderness for future generations. #Wilderness50

See why outdoor businesses in your state invest in #wilderness: http://outdoorindustry.org/advocacy/recreation/economy.html #Wilderness50

Wilderness is the thread that connects us. We're celebrating that message in @cabq during #Wilderness50

Only 2.7% of Continental U.S. is protected wilderness. RT if you support protecting more #Wilderness #Wilderness50

Check out amazing #Wilderness50 photos from @naturesbestpics and @smithsonian http://wilderness.smithsonian.com/vote/vote-180952419/

Facebook

Post updates (no more than 2 times a day) on your Facebook page about the conference and #Wilderness50.

Link to other participants so you appear on their walls to create noise around #Wilderness50

Sample Facebook Posts

Wilderness is the thread that connects us all. There's no better time to remember that than during the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act!

People from across the country are in Albuquerque this week celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. #Wilderness50

Sample Tweets/Posts for Conference Track Sessions

History Stewardship Education Experience Civic Engagement Science