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Help us expand the Northern Jaguar Reserve Today!
From the Northern Jaguar Project Help us expand the reserve and provide a home for young jaguars Dear Friends, This[...]

Podcast

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

Around the Campfire, #80
Wild Things for Their Own Sake If we look far and deep and wide, the key question that looms for[...]

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

Tongass National Forest Targeted!
ACTION ALERT From the Great Old Broads for Wilderness The Tongass National Forest's Road to Ruin Time to say, “Hell[...]
Sea of Shadows nominated for Four Critics’ Choice Awards!
In August of 2019, vaquitas were sighted in the Sea or Cortez. Only thirty remain, and it has been discovered[...]

Rewilding News

Help us expand the Northern Jaguar Reserve Today!
From the Northern Jaguar Project Help us expand the reserve and provide a home for young jaguars Dear Friends, This[...]
Eagle Mountain Success – A century-old tradition continues in New York’s Adirondack Park to solve the ecological crises of today and give us hope.
By Jon Leibowitz, Executive Director, Northeast Wilderness Trust OLD FOREST With the slap of her tail, the beaver formally welcomed[...]
Lions and tigers and the industrial infrastructure, oh my…
Second essay in the United Divides© series, by Michael D’Amico Illustration by Pinky Twolegs My respect for domesticated electricity is[...]
Around the Campfire, #80
Wild Things for Their Own Sake If we look far and deep and wide, the key question that looms for[...]
Integrity Stew
Two weeks ago, I offered two new posts on my blog, Integrity Stew. These were the inaugural interviews of a[...]
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[...]
Mirror, mirror on the wall. I am an energy junky after all…
First essay in the United Divides © series by Michael D’Amico Illustration by Pinky Twolegs Few will doubt we are[...]
Tongass National Forest Targeted!
ACTION ALERT From the Great Old Broads for Wilderness The Tongass National Forest's Road to Ruin Time to say, “Hell[...]
Re-Bisoning the West: Restoring an American Icon to the Landscape
By Kurt Repanshek, book review by John Miles Kurt Repanshek has written a book that should encourage and give hope[...]

Books of the Big Outside

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Dave Foreman's "Around the Campfire"

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[...]
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[...]


Rewilding Distilled by John Davis



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