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Wild South’s Campaign for Wildlife and Wilderness Champions

Wild South Invites YOU to be a Wildlife and Wilderness Champion Donate – Become A Champion Today This fall, Wild South is launching our Campaign for Wildlife and Wilderness Champions. Our mission is to inspire people to enjoy, value and protect the wild character and natural legacy of the South. We want you to be a part…

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Howl for the Red Wolf!

In a tragic turn, the USFWS has bowed to pressure from the NC Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) and has suspended the Red Wolf Recovery Program despite public outcry.  We must raise our voice again and howl with the wolves! If you believe in the rights of species to exists, the integrity of the Endangered Species…

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NCWRC Takes Aim at Red Wolves

NC Wildlife Resources Commission Takes Aim at Red Wolves The red wolf (Canis rufus) is one of the world’s most endangered canids. Once common throughout the eastern and southcentral United States, red wolf populations were decimated by the early part of the 20th Century as a result of intensive predator control programs and the degradation and…

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Forest Service Proposes Opening 70% of Pisgah-Nantahala to Logging

TAKE ACTION HERE!  Send your personal comments and stand up for the wild places we all love.  Press Release from the Southern Environmental Law Center For Release: November 12, 2014 Contact: Kathleen Sullivan, SELC, 919-945-7106 or ksullivan@selcnc.org Forest Service proposes massive logging program in an area bigger than the Great Smoky Mountains National Park CHAPEL…

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Tennessee Wilderness Needs YOU!

This is “The Year of Wilderness” – and we need YOU! Join me today to celebrate 50 years of Wilderness and support Wild South’s crucial work. The nearly 20,000 acres of public lands proposed by the TN Wilderness Bill are some of the most spectacular treasures you’ll ever see – boasting nearly waterfalls, mountains, canyons,…

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North Carolina Wilderness Needs YOU!

This is “The Year of Wilderness” – and we need YOU! Join me today to celebrate 50 years of Wilderness and support Wild South’s crucial work. The Linville Gorge Wilderness Area in North Carolina is one of the most spectacular treasures you’ll ever see, boasting nearly 12,000 acres of mountains, canyons, forests, streams, wildlife and…

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Alabama Wilderness Needs YOU!

This is “The Year of Wilderness” – and we need YOU! Join me today to celebrate 50 years of Wilderness and support Wild South’s crucial work. The Sipsey Wilderness Area in Alabama is one of the most spectacular wild places you’ll ever see- a treasure in Alabama with mountains, canyons, forests, streams, wildlife and more!…

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Help Protect NC’s Wildlife and Scenic Rivers

Thursday July 10 from 9am-3pm at the Crowne Plaza Resort, downtown Asheville Join Wild South and others who love NC’s public lands for a meeting that will focus on wildlife habitat, wild and scenic rivers, and the ecological integrity of the Nantahala-Pisgah National Forests. The meeting is part of the ongoing  National Forests Plan Revision, which will guide…

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Support TN Wilderness!

Donate Today to Support Wilderness! Wild South connects you with YOUR public lands – and we are putting boots on the ground all over the South in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act! Great News – On April 8th, 2014, the Tennessee Wilderness Act unanimously  passed out of the U.S. Senate Agriculture…

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Support Wilderness Today!

Donate Today to Support Wilderness! Wild South is the voice of our public lands and because we stand united during this Year of Wilderness we will see major milestones reached – wilderness preserved, wild animals saved, cultural resources protected and people like you connected to the outdoors across the South. Wild South was awarded $47,000 in…

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