Volunteer Rangers Capture Beauty in Cheaha Wilderness

Volunteer Rangers Capture Beauty in Cheaha Wilderness

  It’s not all grunt work and sweat when our Volunteer Wilderness Rangers are out on patrol. They also capture the beauty and essence of our public lands through visual images. Take a look at these photographs that one volunteer ranger came home with after a recent patrol in Che
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Linville Gorge Balloon Survey

Students from Warren Wilson College were assisted by Wild South as they develop a low impact method for surveying fragile clifftop plant habitat. By floating a camera over the area with a helium balloon, detailed images of rare plants and competing invasive plants can be captured for
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It Takes a Village to Raise a Tire

This winter Wild South helped the Linville Gorge Wilderness community clean up trash below Wiseman’s View.  All was going well until someone found four 350-lb tires thrown off the overlook by hooligans.  Volunteers accepted the challenge and have already begun moving the tires h
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Brushing the Linville Gorge Trail

Wild South is supporting community volunteers as they restore the neglected and overgrown Linville Gorge Trail in the heart of Linville Gorge Wilderness, NC.            
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A Real Wild Child

Wild South partnered with the Birmingham chapter of Hike It Baby, a nationwide hiking group with the goal of getting families and children in the outdoors, for a relaxing day hike in the Sipsey Wilderness. Three moms and three kids under the age of three enjoyed a sensory experience i
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Caney Creek Falls Hike

Caney Creek Falls Saturday, May 6, 2017 Level of challenge: Moderate Leader: Tim Davis Meet-up time and place: 9:30 a.m. Wild South office, 552 Lawrence Street, Moulton, AL 35650 All ages welcome This is a great hike for kids and families! Let us know you’re coming! Group size is limi
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Learning, Service and Fun

On Wednesday, April 26, Wild South engaged an energetic group of teens in a project that combined learning, service and fun. They began the day with a hike to historic Kinlock Shelter, then walked the road from the shelter to Kinlock Falls, picking up trash along the way. There were a
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Regional Nonprofit Work to Keep the Wild in Wilderness

By Terry Deal Everyone has reasons why they love living in southern Appalachia. Easy access to wilderness and the beauty and solace of wild places tend to top the list. We are fortunate to have so many opportunities nearby to explore treasured forests and enjoy abundant and varied wil
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Southern Exposure Film Screening

Join Wild South for an evening of fellowship and film! This screening is our second of a monthly screening of films that inspire and educate the public on important environmental issues and timeless environmental heroes. We will screen Southern Exposure’s 2014 films. We selected
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Trashy Tuesdays in the Bankhead National Forest

In an effort to continue conservation on public lands, Wild South has adopted five miles of highway that borders the Sipsey Wilderness in the Bankhead National Forest. In a partnership with PALS and ALDOT (People Against a Littered State and Alabama Department of Transportation, respe
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