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Episode 10: Bob Leverett On Vital Importance Of Old Growth, Carbon Sequestration, and Forest Recovery

Bob Leverett is the co-founder of the Native Tree Society, co-founder and President of Friends of Mohawk Trail State Forest, chairperson for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation Forest Reserves Scientific Advisory Committee, the co-author of the American Forests Champion Tree-Measuring Guidelines handbook. He is also co-author of several books including the Sierra Club […]

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Episode 9: Joan Maloof, Executive Director of Old-Growth Forest Network

Joan Maloof, Professor Emeritus at Salisbury University, founded the Old-Growth Forest Network to preserve, protect and promote the country’s few remaining stands of old-growth forest. She spends her time lecturing, writing, visiting forests, assisting private landowners, and supporting local groups trying to protect community forests from development.

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Episode 4: Rewilding Argentina With Conservation Land Trust

Today, Rewilding Institute Director John Davis takes us to Ibera Argentina, where he interviewed Conservation Land Trust staffers Sofia Heinonen, Luli Masera, and Sebastian Di Martino about rewilding efforts in the region, including their work with Jaguars, Peccary, Macaws, and lowland Tapirs. Iberá, located in the center and center-north of the province of Corrientes, Argentina, is one of the most […]

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Episode 2: Reed Noss On History of Wilderness Recovery and Rewilding

What is “Rewilding?” Episode 2 – Part 2 of the “What is Rewilding” series on the Rewilding Earth podcast. Introduction “Reed Noss has been publishing on conservation biology since the early 1980s, shortly after the first texts that used the name appeared. He is especially well known for his work developing concepts and approaches for […]

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