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Stand in solidarity to support Native People in the Four Corners whose sacred lands are about to violated by the Trump Administration

NOTE: This Rewilding blog is presently transitioning into REWILDING EARTH.  This article is from Terry Tempest Williams who today put this article on Facebook in collaboration with photographer Fazal Sheikh. Today, the Citizen’s Rally on behalf of Bears Ears National Monument and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument at the Utah State Capital is happening in Salt […]

Arizona icon, Jerome’s Katie Lee, dies at age 98

From The Verde Independent, Cottonwood, AZ, JEROME – Widely recognized as “one of the Southwest’s most outspoken and beloved environmental activists and authors” Arizona icon Katie Lee has died at the age of 98 at her home in Jerome. Lee passed away peacefully in her sleep Nov. 1, explained close friend Kathleen Williamson. There will be […]

Around the Campfire #74

What Condition My Condition Is In Well, I guess it’s time to explain my withdrawal of late and why The Rewilding Institute seems to have been moved to the back burner.  In a nutshell, I’ve had two kinds of breakdowns this year—technological and spine.  Coming together, they’ve been a perfect storm. (As you’ll see soon, […]

Comparing Applies and…Parsnips?

Around the Campfire #73,  July 24, 2017 State Trust Lands are often misunderstood in terms of both their character and their management.  THEY ARE NOT PUBLIC LANDS, but are instead the subject of a public trust created to support the education of New Mexico’s children.  (Emphasis in original.) –New Mexico State Land Office Website, Aubrey […]