Wildways And Their Champions

Places still wild are so because of champions. These heroic individuals often include people who dedicate their lives to protecting or restoring or

reconnecting the lands they love; and the heroes always include animals, plants, and other life-forms that depend on and enrich the wild places.

Wildlands and their Champions includes articles by and interviews of the human champions who are defending the wild champions. 

Here will live many of the podcasts we will do from interviews in the field with advocates for critical wild cores and habitat linkages. Here, too, will be described (in articles, podcasts, and videos) some of the brave adventures of the next generation of conservation leaders.

Episode 106: On Humanity’s Evolution To An Ecocentric View of Nature’s Value
About Carter, author of Justice as a Fair Start in Life, began his career as an Honors Program appointee to[...]
Chile Accepts Donation Toward a New National Park at the End of the Continent
President Gabriel Boric has met with Kristine Tompkins to move forward with a proposed donation of 230,000 acres on behalf[...]
A Sedimental Journey: Tracking Historic Dirt Downstream
“A Sedimental Journey:  Tracking Historic Dirt Downstream,” by Chris Bolgiano. Hosted by the Forest History Society. Through archival and contemporary[...]
Healing Nature’s Wounds: Tongass Edition
The largest of Earth’s temperate rainforests, the Tongass National Forest, of SE Alaska, has again been spared the chainsaw and[...]
Silent Spring Revolution
Douglas Brinkley, Silent Spring Revolution: John F. Kennedy, Rachel Carson, Richard Nixon, and the Great Environmental Awakening. New York: HarperCollins[...]
Conservation Groups Celebrate Record Mexican Wolf Population But Caution Against Using Numbers Alone to Measure Recovery
While applauding the record-breaking Mexican wolf population announced on February 28 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (“Service”), conservation[...]
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