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Down from the Mountain: The Life and Death of a Grizzly Bear.
Featured Image: Grizzly © MasterImages By Bryce Andrews Review by John Miles Conservation biologist and writer Paula MacKay, in an[...]

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Episode 38: Jan Van Boeckel Art, Deep Ecology, and Open Air Philosophy
About Dr. Jan van Boeckel is a Dutch anthropologist, visual artist, art teacher and filmmaker. One of Jan's areas of[...]

Around the Campfire

Tuning up for a night of hunting
After a long nap in the sun, these coyotes  are tuning up for a night of hunting. They’re relatively safe[...]

Announcing Work On "Rewilding North America" 2nd Edition!

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Please support our efforts to bring an entirely updated and expanded version of the book that started it all! With your help, we will be publishing the new version in 2020!

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New Release: Rewilding Earth Unplugged

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Rewilding Action Center

Sample Letter in support of the Tongass National Forest
Featured image: Tongass National Forest © Crossroads Photography COMMENTS DUE BY MIDNIGHT on DECEMBER 17, 2019 December XX, 2019 The[...]
“World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency”
(Condensed Version)  By William J. Ripple, Christopher Wolf, Thomas M. Newsome, Phoebe Barnard, William R. Moomaw.   We scientists have[...]

Rewilding News

Down from the Mountain: The Life and Death of a Grizzly Bear.
Featured Image: Grizzly © MasterImages By Bryce Andrews Review by John Miles Conservation biologist and writer Paula MacKay, in an[...]
Preserve the Wild
Featured Image: Southern end of Sangre de Cristo Range Santa Fe NF, NM © George Wuerthner This article originally appeared[...]
Episode 38: Jan Van Boeckel Art, Deep Ecology, and Open Air Philosophy
About Dr. Jan van Boeckel is a Dutch anthropologist, visual artist, art teacher and filmmaker. One of Jan's areas of[...]
Episode 37: Kirk Robinson on State Wildlife Governance and the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
About Kirk Kirk Robinson is the founder and executive director of the Western Wildlife Conservancy. He lives in Salt Lake[...]
Rio Mora Seasons 
By Brian Miller Introduction Phenology is the study of patterns in nature that repeat themselves periodically through seasons.  For example,[...]
Wilding: Returning Nature to Our Farm
By Isabella Tree, Book Review by John Miles As I began working on this review of Isabella Tree’s Wilding, I[...]
European Experiments in Rewilding: Elbe River Biosphere Reserve
All images in this article © David T. Schwartz By David T. Schwartz The last official act of the East[...]
Episode 36: Michael Kellett on Establishing Hundreds of New National Parks
About Michael Michael Kellett has been executive director of RESTORE: The North Woods, since co-founding the organization in 1992. In[...]
Planting for Bees and Butterflies
the air was here before us the water, the rock, the unnamed insect the wandering tribes of earth and sky[...]

Books of the Big Outside

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Dave Foreman's "Around the Campfire"

Tuning up for a night of hunting
After a long nap in the sun, these coyotes  are tuning up for a night of hunting. They’re relatively safe[...]
Around the Campfire, #80
Wild Things for Their Own Sake If we look far and deep and wide, the key question that looms for[...]
Embers from the Campfire, #2
When Republicans Loved Endangered Species Once upon a time, conservation was bipartisan, with leadership from both Republicans and Democrats at[...]


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