Wild South Needs YOU! Please Join Us Today.
Wild South’s Campaign for Wildlife and Wilderness
This fall, Wild South is launching its Campaign for Wildlife and Wilderness.
Wild South is the guardian of the Linville Gorge Wilderness and an advocate for the Nantahala-Pisgah National Forests in North Carolina. We need your voice to help us continue advocating.
Wild South is fighting to save the red wolf from extinction. We need you to help us fight.
Wild South has trained more than 40 Volunteer Wilderness Range
rs in Alabama, who protect and preserve the Sipsey, Cheaha, and Dugger Wilderness areas. We need your support to expand training programs.
Wild South is preserving over 110 miles (up to 50,000 acres) of Cherokee Trails in the Nantahala-Pisgah National Forests. We need your help to preserve our cultural heritage.
Alongside our partners, Wild South is building hellbender salamander “huts” in wilderness-fed streams. Your support will foster this one-of-a-kind program.
Wild South is leading the charge to designate 20,000 acres as wilderness in the Cherokee National Forest through the Tennessee Wild Campaign. We need your voice in order to help us pass this important legislation through the United States Congress.
Wild South launched the first ever Preserve Ranger program in Birmingham, Alabama, which protects Ruffner Mountain and Turkey Creek Nature Preserves. Together we can expand our protection of wild places close to our communities throughout the south.
Please, support our work today through your donation and make a difference in our preserving the south’s wildlife and wilderness.