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Our Position on Linville Gorge Burns

By Wild South | January 28, 2013

Wild South supports the use of prescribed fire in the Linville Gorge Wilderness and adjacent lands for the following reasons: 1) Linville Gorge is a fire adapted ecosystem, unique to…

A Guide to the New Website

By Wild South | January 22, 2013

We hope you are enjoying the new Wild South website.  The new format allows us to interact with you in a variety of ways that we hope will enhance your…

National Day of Service 2013

By Wild South | January 22, 2013

On Saturday, January 19th Wild South took one of our largest volunteer crews ever out into the Sipsey Wilderness to give back to the public lands that give us so…

An Evening with Wild South – January 18, 2013

By Wild South | January 14, 2013

Join us for some great food, drink, and tales of the woods! Can’t wait for our annual get-together and reception in Moulton, Alabama! RSVP by emailing Janice or call 256-974-6166

Sipsey Wilderness work day Jan. 19

By Wild South | January 10, 2013

Helping Hands Volunteer Work Day Sipsey Wilderness Saturday, January 19, 2013 8:30 a.m. at the Wild South office Privet pulling on Thompson Creek Trail (#206) Trail clearing on the Lookout…

Comments Needed on Courthouse Project

By Wild South | January 7, 2013

Please take a moment to let the Forest Service hear from you.  A treasure landscape in the Pisgah needs your help.  Important natural areas, rare species, and recreational opportunities are all…

“The movement for the preservation by the nation of sections of the wilderness as national playgrounds is essentially a democratic movement in the interest of all our people.”

- Theodore Roosevelt,
Wilderness Reserves