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Forest Forensics: Clues in the woods to historic crimes against nature, and the consequences today
By Chris Bolgiano Editorial note: This essay originally ran in Blue Ridge Outdoors (blueridgeoutdoors.com), a fine publication that encourages readers[...]

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Episode 40: Amy Lewis Protecting 50% of The Planet by 2030
About Amy Amy Lewis is Vice President of Policy & Communications for Wild Foundation and works closely with the organization[...]

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

Support the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act!
The bipartisan Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act (H.R. 2795) will be voted on in the House Natural Resources Committee this Wednesday, January 29 at[...]
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[...]

Rewilding News

Forest Forensics: Clues in the woods to historic crimes against nature, and the consequences today
By Chris Bolgiano Editorial note: This essay originally ran in Blue Ridge Outdoors (blueridgeoutdoors.com), a fine publication that encourages readers[...]
Episode 40: Amy Lewis Protecting 50% of The Planet by 2030
About Amy Amy Lewis is Vice President of Policy & Communications for Wild Foundation and works closely with the organization[...]
Angela Manno – Icons of Threatened and Endangered Species
I’ve been a professional artist for forty years. During that time, I’ve always focused my work on what is highest[...]
Ecotone
By David Crews It’s such a wilderness It surrounds us she says go through it, pull yourself to the center[...]
Rewilding the Po River Basin
Featured Image: Wolf track in the Po © Giuseppi Moretti By Giuseppe Moretti "The wolf in the Po Valley. Incredible[...]
Episode 39: Kenneth Brower on Saving Point Reyes National Seashore
About Kenneth Brower is an American environmental writer. He has written a number of books about the environment, national parks,[...]
The Great Giveaway Continues
By Susan Ives Nearly driven extinction, northern elephant seals made a remarkable comeback— from as few as 100 in the[...]
Greta and George: Climate, Biodiversity, and Restoration
This great video by Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot, made of recycled footage saving on flights and driving, illustrates the[...]
Support the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act!
The bipartisan Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act (H.R. 2795) will be voted on in the House Natural Resources Committee this Wednesday, January 29 at[...]

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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