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Charles Seifried – Photographer, Activist, Friend to Wild Places

Charles Seifried is a renowned photographer and dedicated forest advocate. He has spent much of his professional career documenting the incredible landscapes of the South, and has introduced countless individuals to the amazing natural beauty of our wildest places. His photographic works inspire wonder, awe, and appreciation, and played a pivotal role in the fight…

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Call For Volunteers in the Sipsey Wilderness

Do you love the Sipsey Wilderness? Are you passionate about taking care of public lands? If so, Wild South has a great volunteer opportunity for you! Join us in conducting an inventory of campsites in the Sipsey Wilderness, in partnership with the US Forest service. Recreation impact within the 25,000 acres of the Sipsey has…

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Fighting a Wildfire in the Linville Gorge

The morning of Sunday, April 28th  began as most Sundays do. Two Wild South trail crews gathered in the early morning hours to tackle a full day of work in the Linville Gorge. The weather was perfect and spring was in the air. Volunteers spent the day removing fallen trees, repairing trailbed, and removing graffiti…

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Inspiring Love Through Outreach & Education

The defense of our forests begins with love — a belief that lies at the heart of Wild South’s Alabama Outreach & Education (ALOE) program. Through this program, we provide a pathway for individuals to understand and experience public lands, in turn inspiring community-wide stewardship and defense of Alabama’s most cherished wild places. Very often,…

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Preserving Alabama’s Wildest Places

Alabama is home to three federally-designated Wilderness areas – Sipsey Wilderness, Cheaha Wilderness, and Dugger Mountain Wilderness. These incredibly biodiverse and geologically-fascinating areas each possess their own unique Wilderness character and natural majesty. It took the hard work of many dedicated activists, naturalists, recreationists, and public lands enthusiasts to protect these lands, securing their inclusion…

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Cheaha Wilderness McDill Overlook Work Day

Sunday, December 9th Join Wild South and volunteers for a work day on the Pinhoti trail. McDill Overlook, or McDill Point as some call it, is a popular point that is frequented year round by many hikers. It affords a stunning, nearly panoramic view of the Talladega Mountains. Because of it’s popularity it sees a…

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Volunteers, It’s Privet Roundup Time! Nov. 17

Wild South Volunteer Workday in Sipsey Wilderness Saturday, November 17 8:30 a.m. at Wild South office 552 Lawrence Street, Moulton, Alabama   Sign up at janice@wildsouth.org or 256-974-6166 You are invited to volunteer on our first Chinese privet control workday of the season! Chinese privet is one of the most threatening non-native invasive plant species…

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Volunteer Workday in Bankhead National Forest, October 20

Join Wild South staff for a day of sandstone glade restoration in the Bankhead National Forest Saturday, October 20 8:30 a.m. at the Wild South office at 552 Lawrence Street, Moulton, Alabama OR 9:15 a.m. at the Corinth glade on Winston County Road 57.  The glade site is on the side of the road on the…

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Cheaha Wilderness Work Day October 27

Cheaha Wilderness Work Day October 27 Join us for a work day in Cheaha Wilderness, Talladega National Forest. This month we will be working on reorienting a wilderness portal sign on the Cave Creek trail and fixing a few confusing trail junctions where it has been reported that hikers are getting lost.  Meet at the…

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Is your stream impacting Hellbenders?

Some areas in Western North Carolina provide a haven for imperiled Eastern Hellbenders with large populations scattered about the region; however, this giant salamander is declining across its range and North Carolina is no exception. For years now, Wild South has worked with partners in the region to help keep Hellbenders from making their way…

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