Archive for December 2013

Outdoor Holiday Gifts to Support Wild South – LIMITED!

These are VERY limited special Holiday Gift Packages for Wild South supporters! (Over $250 value) Order HERE  Quickly before they are GONE – Only TEN packages available! Link to ORDER is HERE (order before Dec 21 to shipping before the 25th) Donations of $250 support wildlands protection AND you will receive a Gift Package of:…

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Wild South helps to protect Courthouse Creek

*Wild South and our partners reached an agreement with the Forest Service on the Courthouse Creek Timber Sale sparing the Pisgah Ridge State Natural Heritage Area from logging and road building . D.J. Gerken, Managing Attorney, Asheville Office, 828-258-2023 Partner Groups: The Wilderness Society – Hugh Irwin, 828-357-5187 Wild South – Ben Prater, 828-258-2667 Western…

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Nominations 2014 (Roosevelt-Ashe Awards)

For Immediate Release, December 17, 2013 Contact:  Ben Colvin, Wild South, (828) 258-2667   Call for Nominations Wild South’s 6th Annual Roosevelt-Ashe Conservation Awards ASHEVILLE, NC.—  Wild South invites nominations for its Sixth Annual Roosevelt-Ashe Conservation Awards. On March 21, 2014, four individuals and one business will be recognized for their Outstanding Contributions to environmental…

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Book signing with Dr. Scot Duncan, author of Southern Wonder

Wild South and the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library present: A book-signing and presentation by Dr. Scot Duncan, author of the recently released book Southern Wonder – Alabama’s Surprising Biodiversity Thursday, December 19 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Florence-Lauderdale Public Library This is a free event, and everyone is welcome! Light refreshments Birmingham Southern College ecologist Dr. Scot…

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Volunteer Work day in Sipsey Wilderness Dec. 21

Privet Warriors Unite! Saturday, December 21 Wild South office at 11312 AL Hwy 33, Moulton, AL 8:30 a.m. Sign up HERE to experience the satisfaction of wrenching a non-native invasive species out of the ground! Join Wild South staff and volunteers for a day of pulling privet along Thompson Creek and Trail 206 in the…

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