Episode 126: Borderlands Connectivity – Conservation Challenges And Victories on the U.S.-Mexico Border
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
21h ago
About Myles Traphagen coordinates Wildlands Network’s borderlands program, focusing on channeling collaborative efforts to maintain and restore habitat for species like jaguar, black bear, and Sonoran pronghorn. He oversees strategic partnerships, communications, and projects to advance large-landscape conservation goals in Mexico and the United States. Learn more about Myles here. Show Notes Borderlands Connectivity: Conservation […] Read full article: Episode 126: Borderlands Connectivity – Conservation Challenges And Victories on the U.S.-Mexico Border ..read more
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Episode 125: Reflections on The 75th Anniversary of ‘A Sand County Almanac’ and the 100th Anniversary of the Gila Wilderness with Buddy Huffaker
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
3w ago
About With an academic background in landscape architecture and plant ecology, Buddy Huffaker joined the Aldo Leopold Foundation as an intern in 1996 and today serves as its President and Executive Director. In this role, he headed the $7.5 million campaign to construct and endow the Aldo Leopold Legacy Center and served as the Executive […] Read full article: Episode 125: Reflections on The 75th Anniversary of ‘A Sand County Almanac’ and the 100th Anniversary of the Gila Wilderness with Buddy Huffaker ..read more
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Episode 124: Rowan Kilduff On The Poetry Of Coexistence
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
1M ago
About Rowan Kilduff is a dad, long-time mountain, hawk & wildlife enthusiast, poet, and activist-artist. He has worked on various projects, including with Greenpeace, hands-on forest conservation in the Czech Republic, fixing a roof in Nepal, and photos used by The Irish Seal Sanctuary. His first writing about rewilding and first poems were published in Rewilding […] Read full article: Episode 124: Rowan Kilduff On The Poetry Of Coexistence ..read more
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Episode 123: Who Pays for Conservation, Being the Lorax, and Introducing A New Voice For Western Lands Conservation
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
2M ago
About Today’s Guests George Wuerthner (President, Sage Steppe Wild) – George is a professional photographer, writer, and ecologist. He has visited hundreds of mountain ranges around the West, more than 400 wilderness areas, more than 200 national park units, and every national forest west of the Mississippi. George is the author of 38 books on […] Read full article: Episode 123: Who Pays for Conservation, Being the Lorax, and Introducing A New Voice For Western Lands Conservation ..read more
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Episode 122: Seeds of Hope in the Land of the Jaguar – Rejuvenating Habitat in Sonora Mexico
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
3M ago
About Randy Young Villegas As former manager of the Northern Jaguar Reserve in Sahuaripa, Sonora, Randy witnessed the environmental destruction from current agricultural systems that leads to jaguar persecution. Randy has experience in landscape restoration, permaculture, water harvesting, and natural building, and completed a diplomado program on agaves and mesquites to regenerate semi-arid zones through […] Read full article: Episode 122: Seeds of Hope in the Land of the Jaguar – Rejuvenating Habitat in Sonora Mexico ..read more
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Episode 121: Beyond Borders – Jaguar Recovery In The United States
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
4M ago
About Before joining The Rewilding Institute, Megan “Turtle” Southern was the coordinator of the Northern Jaguar Project, where she helped to establish and grow the Northern Jaguar Reserve in Sonora, Mexico, organized scientific research projects and conservation education among youth, and worked extensively with ranchers to promote coexistence. It has been 15 years since the […] Read full article: Episode 121: Beyond Borders – Jaguar Recovery In The United States ..read more
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Episode 119: The Art Of Rewilding With Lauren Strohacker
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by The Rewilding Institute
5M ago
About Lauren Strohacker is an eco-political artist whose work emphasizes the non-human in an increasingly human-centric world. She received a BFA (2006) from The Ohio State University and an MFA (2011) from Arizona State University. Strohacker’s co-creative and site-responsive practice routinely collaborates with both local and national wildlife conservation organizations to conceptualize animals who have […] Read full article: Episode 119: The Art Of Rewilding With Lauren Strohacker ..read more
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Episode 118: Keith Bowers Shows How Giving Nature A Seat At The Table Is Just Good Business
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
6M ago
About In the early 1980s, an outdoorsy, nature-loving undergrad named Keith Bowers had an epiphany. Keith had been studying landscape architecture at the University of Virginia when he met Ed Garbisch, a pioneering practitioner of marsh restoration along the Chesapeake Bay. “Wait a minute,” thought Keith. “I can apply my education to restoring the places […] Read full article: Episode 118: Keith Bowers Shows How Giving Nature A Seat At The Table Is Just Good Business ..read more
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Episode 117: Learning About The Vital Importance Of The Springs of the Southwest with Christina Selby
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
7M ago
About Christina Selby is a conservation photographer, filmmaker, and science writer, who uses multimedia storytelling as a powerful tool to share the beauty of the planet and motivate others to act on behalf of nature. She uses use aerial, macro, landscape, underwater, remote camera, photojournalism, and any other technique required to tell engaging stories that […] Read full article: Episode 117: Learning About The Vital Importance Of The Springs of the Southwest with Christina Selby ..read more
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Episode 116: A Lifetime of Advocacy for the Protection and Restoration America’s Wild Northeastern Forests
Rewilding Earth Podcast
by The Rewilding Institute
8M ago
About A native of New Jersey, Jamie discovered his passion for Wild Nature surrounded by meadows and forests near his home and on a family outing in an old growth forest in the Quebec wilderness. In 1986 he bought a log cabin in northern New Hampshire where he still lives. In 1985 Jamie became involved […] Read full article: Episode 116: A Lifetime of Advocacy for the Protection and Restoration America’s Wild Northeastern Forests ..read more
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