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.

Support the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act!
The bipartisan Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act (H.R. 2795) will be voted on in the House Natural Resources Committee this Wednesday, January 29 at[...]
A Philosophical Critique of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
Featured image: Bighorn sheep © John Miles By Kirk Robinson Abstract: I start from the recognition that wildlife management is[...]
Down from the Mountain: The Life and Death of a Grizzly Bear.
Featured Image: Grizzly © MasterImages By Bryce Andrews Review by John Miles Conservation biologist and writer Paula MacKay, in an[...]
Preserve the Wild
Featured Image: Southern end of Sangre de Cristo Range Santa Fe NF, NM © George Wuerthner This article originally appeared[...]
Episode 38: Jan Van Boeckel Art, Deep Ecology, and Open Air Philosophy
About Dr. Jan van Boeckel is a Dutch anthropologist, visual artist, art teacher and filmmaker. One of Jan's areas of[...]
Episode 37: Kirk Robinson on State Wildlife Governance and the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
About Kirk Kirk Robinson is the founder and executive director of the Western Wildlife Conservancy. He lives in Salt Lake[...]

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