Alabama Wilderness Rangers

Would You Like To Be a Wilderness Ranger?

     Would You Like To Be a Wilderness Ranger? It’s 2016, and the Wilderness Act of 1964, which established the National Wilderness Preservation System and designated the first 54 wilderness areas, will be 52 years old in September. Also, the Sipsey Wilderness in Alabama turned
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Wild South Receives Grant from National Forest Foundation for Stewardship Work

  Wild South received a grant from the National Forest Foundation to support volunteer stewardship of public lands in North Carolina, Alabama and Mississippi. Since 2006, the foundation has supported Wild South in its conservation work in our national forests, which has expanded
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A Lesson Learned in Wilderness

by Kim Waites, Wild South Alabama Wilderness Volunteer Coordinator On a late Friday afternoon, a volunteer and I were emerging from the woods after an eight mile bushwhacking adventure in the Sipsey Wilderness. We were sporting sunburned faces, scratched up arms, and our clothes were
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Volunteer Workday in Sipsey Wilderness November 14

Join Wild South for trail maintenance in Sipsey Wilderness Saturday, November 14 Meet at 8:30 at the Warrior Mountains Trading Company, 11312 Hwy. 33, Moulton, AL Option 1:  A small group of volunteers is needed to continue the building of steps on Trail 209 (Sipsey Fork Trail) at the
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Wild South volunteers respond to Big Tree Wildfire in Alabama

Donate to Wild South Today Since this past Friday (October 16), a wildfire emergency has occurred in the Sipsey Wilderness in Alabama. The fire was discovered in an area near the Big Tree — the largest yellow-poplar tree in the state and popular Sipsey Wilderness attraction R
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