An Evening with Wild South – January 18, 2013

An Evening with Wild South – January 18, 2013

Join us for some great food, drink, and tales of the woods! Can’t wait for our annual get-together and reception in Moulton, Alabama! RSVP by emailing Janice or call 256-974-6166
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Sipsey Wilderness work day Jan. 19

Helping Hands Volunteer Work Day Sipsey Wilderness Saturday, January 19, 2013 8:30 a.m. at the Wild South office Privet pulling on Thompson Creek Trail (#206) Trail clearing on the Lookout Trail (#203) Sign up at janice@wildsouth.org It’s still winter and there’s still pri
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Comments Needed on Courthouse Project

Please take a moment to let the Forest Service hear from you.  A treasure landscape in the Pisgah needs your help.  Important natural areas, rare species, and recreational opportunities are all being threatened by a huge logging project.  Click here to take action today!
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Volunteer Work Day in Sipsey Wilderness, Sat. Dec. 15

On November 17, Wild South volunteers tackled a huge privet population and blown-down trees along and on Sipsey Wilderness Trail #206 on Thompson Creek.  Thank you, privet warriors and crosscut team! Now, let’s do it again. Wild South’s Helping Hands Volunteer Workday in t
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TN Wild Intern answers, “Why Wilderness?”

Recently we asked our TN Wild Interns to discuss their experience organizing communities and lobbying Congress to protect nearly 20,000 acres of Wilderness in the Cherokee National Forest.  Learn more about our campaign and take action by contacting your Senators today and urge them t
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Time is running out for Wilderness

Very important! Time is running out for some two-dozen wilderness bills pending in Congress, including the Tennessee Wilderness Act of 2011 (S.1090). Together, these pieces of legislation would safeguard more than 2 million acres of our nation’s most amazing wild places, including 19,
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Keepsakes for a Cause

Looking for a great gift idea for the holidays?  Have a look at this beautiful keepsake hand crafted by our friends at CD’s Custom Woodworks.  The leaves featured in the design are of the America Chestnut, a  symbol of the Southern Appalachians.  Proceeds from the sale of this o
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Winter Warmer Dec. 5th

Wild South is delighted to invite you to join us at a special event celebrating a successful 2012.  Come on out to Second Gear and join us for an evening of fellowship. You can RSVP via Facebook here.  
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Revision of Nantahala-Pisgah Management Plan

 ASHEVILLE, N.C., Nov. 20, 2012 – Kristin Bail, forest supervisor of the USDA Forest Service National Forests in North Carolina, today announced that the agency is beginning the formal process of revising the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests Land and Resource Management Pla
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Federal Court Protects Brook Trout

Tellico
Rejecting a challenge from ORV enthusiasts, a federal judge today upheld U.S. Forest Service and conservation groups’ efforts to protect the Tellico River watershed in the Nantahala National Forest, including streams critical to native brook trout, from pollution caused by excessive o
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