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Review of Doug Peacock’s Was It Worth It? A Wilderness Warrior’s Long Trail Home
Doug Peacock, Was It Worth It? A Wilderness Warrior’s Long Trail Home. Ventura, CA: Patagonia Books, 2022. Reviewed by John[...]
stump sacred
Every stump is sacred. Every stump a saint. Every silted river a church to which the pilgrim salmon return. Every[...]

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Register Now for Healthy Public Lands Project Inaugural Conference on June 1-3
You’re Invited to the Healthy Public Lands Project Inaugural Conference – June 1-3, 2022 – Salt Lake City, UT Registration[...]
Submit a comment to protect Lake Tarleton and the Appalachian Trail!
Editors' note: We want to call our readers' attention to a fast-growing group that is taking a leading role in[...]

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Review of Doug Peacock’s Was It Worth It? A Wilderness Warrior’s Long Trail Home
Doug Peacock, Was It Worth It? A Wilderness Warrior’s Long Trail Home. Ventura, CA: Patagonia Books, 2022. Reviewed by John[...]
Episode 90: Bethanie Walder On The Importance Of Ecological Restoration At All Scales
About Bethanie Walder joined the Society for Ecological Restoration as Executive Director in September 2015 and has more than 20[...]
stump sacred
Every stump is sacred. Every stump a saint. Every silted river a church to which the pilgrim salmon return. Every[...]
Register Now for Healthy Public Lands Project Inaugural Conference on June 1-3
You’re Invited to the Healthy Public Lands Project Inaugural Conference – June 1-3, 2022 – Salt Lake City, UT Registration[...]
Submit a comment to protect Lake Tarleton and the Appalachian Trail!
Editors' note: We want to call our readers' attention to a fast-growing group that is taking a leading role in[...]
Humane Families: Towards Existential Justice and Freedom
This essay was originally published on February 1, 2022, at The Overpopulation Research Project: Humane Families: Towards Existential Justice and[...]

Dave Foreman's "Around the Campfire"

The Oriole Headstand Yoga Pose
[Pictured: Oriole upside-down at the birdfeeder. Caption: The Oriole Headstand Yoga Pose.]
Embers from the Campfire #6: Hidden Kiva
Back in 1980 while exploring up an untracked side canyon five miles or so north of the San Juan River,[...]
Selecting and Designing Protected Areas: The Early Days
Around the Campfire #81 Editors’ note:  This Campfire is a revision of Chapter 9 from Dave Foreman’s landmark book Rewilding[...]

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