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Hunting By Permission Only
Thoughts on killing, from Rewilding Earth editor, wildways scout, and land steward John Davis Private conservation land-owners may have good[...]

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Episode 33: Jason Mark On Patagonia’s 9 Million Acre Gift
About Jason Jason Mark is the editor of Sierra and the author of Satellites in the High Country: Searching for[...]

Around the Campfire

Embers from the Campfire, #1
One of my most treasured places in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is Quitobaquito Springs, pictured above at dusk. This[...]

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

Youth Climate Strike!
People of all ages across the country and around the world are joining our young people to demand the change[...]
Tongass National Forest Alert
By Andrew Thoms, Sitka Conservation Society The Tongass National Forest occupies almost the entire Southeast Alaska Panhandle.  It is one[...]

Rewilding News

Hunting By Permission Only
Thoughts on killing, from Rewilding Earth editor, wildways scout, and land steward John Davis Private conservation land-owners may have good[...]
Episode 33: Jason Mark On Patagonia’s 9 Million Acre Gift
About Jason Jason Mark is the editor of Sierra and the author of Satellites in the High Country: Searching for[...]
To Think Like a Mountain: Environmental Challenges in the American West
Featured Image: Cows and cow trashed lands Sonoran Desert NM Arizona © George Wuerthner By Niels Sparre Nokkentved, Review by[...]
About Submissions
Featured image: Escalante River, Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument © George Wuerthner A year and a half into revitalizing The Rewilding[...]
Wilderness in the Anthropocene: What Future for its Untrammeled Wildness?
By Roger Kaye   My aim in addressing this question is three-fold: First to stimulate your thinking about the future[...]
A Buddhist View of Conservation
All images in this article are © Brad Meiklejohn By Brad Meiklejohn “Beings are numberless. I vow to save them[...]
Episode 32: Andrew Thoms and Tongass National Forest
About Andrew Thoms Andrew grew up in rural Upstate New York. After studying Environmental Sciences, he worked for 10 years[...]
Scouting locations for wildlife crossings in the Adirondacks, Part Two
Featured image:  Bobcat © MasterImages By Kevin Webb In Part One, we covered wildlife crossings, and what ecological services they[...]
How Science Watchdogs Can Protect the Gray Wolf
Featured image: Mexican Gray Wolf (c) Robin Silver This originally appeared as a blog on The Union of Concerned Scientists,[...]

Books of the Big Outside

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Dave Foreman's "Around the Campfire"

Embers from the Campfire, #1
One of my most treasured places in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is Quitobaquito Springs, pictured above at dusk. This[...]
Around the Campfire, #79
Whence the Antiquities Act, Part II One of the Progressive Era’s foremost preservation laws, this act firmly established research and[...]
Around the Campfire, #78
Whence the Antiquities Act, Part I with Uncle Dave Foreman Vandalism to archaeological areas in the American Southwest provided the[...]


Rewilding Distilled by John Davis



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