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Conservation Politics, by David Johns
Photo credit: Columbine Hondo Wilderness, New Mexico © John Miles The following is an excerpt from Conservation Politics, The Last Anti-Colonial[...]

Podcast

Episode 26: Jo Ann Baumgartner Farming With The Wild
About Jo Ann Jo Ann is the Executive Director of the Wild Farm Alliance. She is the author of many[...]

Around the Campfire

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[...]

Rewilding Action Center

Will you join us in defending the Arctic Refuge?
By Brad Meiklejohn This is what love of wild place looks like. Luc Mehl, Roman Dial and I recently traveled[...]
Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act of 2019 to be introduced today
Update from Wildlands Network The Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act of 2019 is scheduled to be introduced today in both the[...]

Rewilding News

Arizona Game & Fish Commission Adopts Rule to Ban Wildlife Killing Contests, Commissioner Vows to Revisit Rule if Contests are Held Despite the Ban
From Dave Parsons Carnivore Conservation Biologist The Rewilding Institute https://rewilding.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – June 21, 2019 Phoenix, AZ – Today[...]
Where Jaguars Roam
From the website of the Northern Jaguar Project We invited Fork Tailed Media to the Northern Jaguar Reserve, and the result[...]
New Mexico’s Wildlife Corridors Act: A path toward success
By Michael Dax, Defenders of Wildlife Whether it’s pronghorn on the eastern plains, elk in the upper Rio Grande or[...]
Episode 26: Jo Ann Baumgartner Farming With The Wild
About Jo Ann Jo Ann is the Executive Director of the Wild Farm Alliance. She is the author of many[...]
BENEDICTIO
May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing views. May your mountains rise into and[...]
Down River: Into the Future of Water in the West, Book Review by John Miles
Down River: Into the Future of Water in the West, by Heather Hansman, The University of Chicago Press, 2019. One of[...]
Friends of Merrymeeting Bay and Friends of Sebago Lake Address Altered Flows
Friends of Merrymeeting Bay (FOMB) is a membership nonprofit grassroots organization in mid-coastal Maine using research, advocacy, education and land[...]
Episode 25: Roland Kays On Eastern Coyote And High-Tech Tracking
About Roland Kays Roland is a zoologist with a broad interest in ecology and conservation, especially of mammals.  He studies[...]
The cover of a book that made a big difference
  The Population Bomb changed people's attitudes about human population in the late 1960s and 1970s. Then we in the USA drifted[...]

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Dave Foreman's "Around the Campfire"

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[...]
Stoking The Campfire: Wildway Rambles Winter 2019
Discontinuities happen, so let us not assume – even during this bleak political time -- that Earth is doomed to[...]


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