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From No Sense of Wild to a Need to Rewild North America
Featured Image: Jaguar © MasterImages By John Miles Ever since I read a book in college in the mid-1960s titled[...]

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Episode 34: Kenyon Fields – Western Landowners Alliance
About Kenyon Fields Kenyon Fields is one of the main founders of the Western Landowners Alliance. His background is in[...]

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

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

From No Sense of Wild to a Need to Rewild North America
Featured Image: Jaguar © MasterImages By John Miles Ever since I read a book in college in the mid-1960s titled[...]
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[...]
The Wisdom of Bears and the Perfidy of Bureaucracy
Brown bear © MasterImages By Barrie Gilbert, Reviewed by Stephen F. Stringham This review originally ran in Canadian Wildlife Biology & Management.[...]
Support the Tongass National Forest!
Featured Image: Tongass National Forest © Crossroads Photography The Tongass National Forest is the largest intact temperate rainforest in the world.[...]
Episode 34: Kenyon Fields – Western Landowners Alliance
About Kenyon Fields Kenyon Fields is one of the main founders of the Western Landowners Alliance. His background is in[...]
Caribou Rainforest: From Heartbreak to Hope
All photographs were taken by David Moskowitz. Click here for more. By David Moskowitz, Braided River, 2018 Introduction by John[...]
Diverse team of ecologists help save the Box Creek Wilderness: a Southern Appalachian biological hotspot
Featured image: Box Creek Wild © Lloyd Raleigh By Christopher R. Wilson Beginning around 2010, a private land conservationist named[...]
A Tale of Three Weasels
How biologists are trying to ensure that wolverines, fishers, and martens have a future in Washington. By Paula MacKay Opening[...]

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[...]


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