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MOGOLLON WILDWAY Ramble
FIELD NOTES from Autumn 2018 Scouting By John Davis, Rewilding Earth, editor and scout and Kelly Burke, Grand Canyon Wildlands Council[...]

Rewilding Earth Podcast

Episode 15: Nicole Rosmarino on Rewilding The American Serengeti
Nicole Rosmarino, Ph.D. helped found the Southern Plains Land Trust (SPLT) in 1998 and has served as its Executive Director[...]

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Just once per year, The Rewilding Institute sends out an appeal to our readers and supporters for help. It's that time again, and we ask, if you enjoy the work we are doing and support Rewilding North America and beyond, to please consider a donation. Even an average of $5 per reader would enable us to expand the time our mostly volunteer staff and board spend on Rewilding programs throughout 2019!

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Learn More About Rewilding

Check out Executive Director John Davis' latest article for a quick breakdown of Rewilding... 

Support Wilderness Protection for Montana’s Gallatin Range
By George Wuerthner The Gallatin Range is one of the largest unprotected roadless areas and some of the best wildlife[...]
Episode 15: Nicole Rosmarino on Rewilding The American Serengeti
Nicole Rosmarino, Ph.D. helped found the Southern Plains Land Trust (SPLT) in 1998 and has served as its Executive Director[...]
Following Alice the Moose
Notes from an A2A Reconnaissance Hike By John Davis Editorial note: The Rewilding Institute works with Wildlands Network, regional conservation[...]
Trump Signs DeFazio-Walden-Wyden-Merkley Bill Giving Away 50 Square Miles of Federal Public Land in Oregon
ANDY KERR'S PUBLIC LANDS BLOG Previously posted on Andy's blog on December 07, 2018, in Bureau of Land Management, Congress, Legislation, Privatization A bill[...]
Episode 14: A Rewilding Success Story on the Elwha River
It's not often, especially these days, that we get to hear about a really big Rewilding  victory. Today is one[...]
Killing Games – Wildlife in the Crosshairs
Project Coyote and allies will continue to build our campaign to enact bans on coyote killing contests and assorted trophy[...]
Support Wilderness Protection for Montana’s Gallatin Range
By George Wuerthner The Gallatin Range is one of the largest unprotected roadless areas and some of the best wildlife[...]
Review of Path of the Puma, by Jim Williams
Book review by John Miles Path of the Puma: The Remarkable Resilience of the Mountain Lion. Jim Williams, Patagonia Works,[...]
Forest-Destroying Project Drives Environmental and Societal Change
Important Information and links from Bill Laurance Dear colleagues, My team has just produced this brief video about the China-led[...]
Bringing Back the American Serengeti
by Nicole Rosmarino, Southern Plains Land Trust Immerse yourself in the natural history of North America’s grasslands, and you’ll daydream[...]

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What Is Rewilding?

​Advanc​ing continental-scale conservation and restoration in North America and beyond.

Wildlands Defense

defending our public lands

Wild Wanderers

carnivore protection

Population Matters

overpopulation

Coexistence 

carnivore recovery

Green Fire Bulletins

green fire bulletins

Rewilding Initiatives

rewilding successes and lessons

Sharing the Flame

sharing the flame

Recommended Reading

recommended reading

Rewilding Players

Rewilding Players

Wildlands Philanthropy

Wildlands Philanthropy

Eco-Fiction

Eco-Fiction

Video Logs

rewilding videos

Rewilding Earth Podcast

rewilding earth podcast

Action Center

rewilding action alerts
Grizzly c/o Susan Morgan

Grizzly c/o Susan Morgan

Dave Foreman's "Around the Campfire"

Around the Campfire #77, Deconstructing Today’s Great Land Grab
Issue No. 77                                   [...]
#75 Around the Campfire; What Condition My Condition Is In
What Condition My Condition Is In Well, I guess it’s time to explain my withdrawal of late and why The[...]
#73 Around the Campfire: Comparing Applies and…Parsnips?
Around the Campfire #73,  July 24, 2017 State Trust Lands are often misunderstood in terms of both their character and[...]

Books of the Big Outside

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the wildness within
man swarm dave foreman
man swarm killing of wildlife

The Origin of "Rewilding"

The word rewilding was coined by conservationist and activist Dave Foreman around 1992, just before he and conservation biologists Michael Soule and Reed Noss co-founded the Wildlands Project.


Further Reading: Rewilding Synopsis | Rewilding North America | Rewilding Distilled | What is Rewilding?



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