Yellowstone bison are a globally unique animal. Harsh winters can drive bison
Rewilding Leadership Council Member George Wuerthner
George Wuerthner is an ecologist, former river ranger for the Alaska BLM and backcountry ranger in the Gates of the Arctic NP in Alaska. He has visited more than 400 designated Wilderness Areas and approximately 200 National Park units. A prolific author, he has published 38 books including such titles as California Wilderness Areas, Alaska Mountain Ranges, Nevada Mountain Ranges, Montana’s Magnificent Wilderness, Forever Wild: The Adirondacks, Welfare Ranching-the subsidized destruction of the American West, Yellowstone: A Visitor's Companion, Protecting the Wild: Parks and Wilderness--Foundation for Conservation. and Wildfire; A Century of Failed Forest Policy.
George is a well-known writer on conservation issues, having published 38 books and innumerable articles, essays, and opinion pieces. He’s given hundreds of presentations around the country on Wilderness, wildfire, livestock grazing, wildlife protection, and other public land issues. George is also a wildlands explorer extraordinaire, having hiked and paddled in more than 400 designated Wildernesses and more than 180 national park units.
Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 20: Public Lands Grazing with George Wuerthner
George's Articles on Rewilding.org
Expansion and Restoration of Bison to Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Conservation Easement May Kill Alaska’s Proposed Pebble Mine
Air view of Pedro Bay area on Illiamna Lake, Alaska. (Photo by
Biden/Haaland Actions and Inactions Threaten Alaska Conservation
(c) George Wuerthner The Biden Administration, with the apparent support of Secretary
A Greater Yellowstone National Park Proposal
Old Faithful erupting. Yellowstone National Park. (Photo: George Wuerthner) Yellowstone National Park
Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act–A Way To Heal The Landscape
The Swan Range is adjacent to the Bob Marshall Wilderness and part
A White Mountain National Park? Has its time arrived?
The White Mountains contain the greatest amount of federally owned lands in