Archive for November 2012

Organizational Partners

Wild South believes that when citizens equip themselves with knowledge, skills and resources, they can change and improve the quality of their own lives and communities. One of the best ways for us to help communities become empowered is working at the grassroots level and partnering with a variety of groups. Below is a list…

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Advisory Board

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Foundation Support

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TN Wild Campaign Director

Jeff Hunter jeff@wildsouth.org A passion for the outdoors led me on a journey 12 years ago to walk the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. From that point on, I have worked to get people out and explore the many wild places that our country has to offer. Over the past four years, I have…

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Alabama Program Manager

Mark Kolinski 256-974-6166 canyonman@wildsouth.org Joining Wild South in February, 2006, I was charged with heading up the organization’s canyon survey program, which was designed to locate and document areas within the Bankhead National Forest that are eligible for protection under the Forest Service’s new canyon prescription.  This management classification originated in the 2004  Revised Land…

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Privet pullers and crosscut sawyers needed!

Volunteer work day in Sipsey Wilderness Thank you to all our great volunteers who helped clear Sipsey Wilderness Trail #224 on October 27th!  Pictured above are Wild South volunteers, including Boy Scout Troop 222. Not pictured are the 27 UAB students who are members of Outdoor Pursuits, Forest Service personnel, and the Backcountry Horsemen of…

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