Rewilding Earth Podcast 2023 Highlights
2023 was a banner year for the Rewilding Earth Podcast
We approached 200,000 downloads and hit 85% “impactful plays.” (Meaning listeners listen, on average, to at least 75% of each episode.) We picked up a new badge for publishing consecutively for 5 years, which will turn to 6 years next month. Where does the time go?
This year, listeners learned much about natural springs in the Southwest United States and heard from experts on rewilding, re-ottering, and re-watering watersheds.
Protecting Natural Springs and Rewilding Watersheds
We also met experts on returning Grizzlies to Northern California, moving humanity toward an ecocentric view of nature’s value, a novel approach to moving the needle on population education, and many other topics.
Spreading The Word
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Thanks to everyone who downloaded, shared, and supported the Rewilding Earth Podcast in 2023. We couldn’t have come this far without you!
Below you will find every episode of 2023. Check to see if you missed one or two and get caught up. We’ll be back in 2024!
Rewilding Earth Podcast Episodes Of 2023
Episode 117: Learning About The Vital Importance Of The Springs of the Southwest with Christina Selby
Episode 116: A Lifetime of Advocacy for the Protection and Restoration America’s Wild Northeastern Forests
Episode 113: A Fascinating Talk With Peter Alagona About Grizzlies And Their Future Return To California
Episode 111: Combat Vet Jon Rezendes on Large Carnivore Coexistence and a Habitat Protection Victory in El Paso’s Franklin Mountains
Episode 109: Rewilding Anywhere At Any Scale Relies Greatly On How We Restore And Reimagine Our Urban Environments
Director of Digital Outreach (D.O.D.O.) for The Rewilding Institute
Host and Producer of the Rewilding Earth Podcast
Jack started Rewilding work as Executive Director of Sky Island Alliance in the mid-1990’s, organizing the Sky Island Wildlands Network design, ripping up illegal roads on forest service lands, installing wolf acclimatization pens on Ted Turner’s Ladder Ranch & conducting howling surveys to help make way for the final stage of the Lobo reintroduction program in the Southwest.
Through the years, Jack has worked with Dave Foreman and the Rewilding Gang to further Rewilding initiatives and education.