Wild South September 2016 E-Zine

 

 

          September 2016 Ezine

 

Announcements

Call to Action! HELP PROTECT RED WOLVES!

With an impending decision from the Fish & Wildlife Service concerning the plight of the highly endangered red wolf, we urge everyone to please sign a letter expressing your concern. Our friends at Defenders of Wildlife have created an easy letter that will be directed to the appropriate recipients.

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Women of the Sipsey Fund

Wild South continues to honor individuals who were leaders in the Sipsey Wilderness campaign. The Women of the Sipsey Fund honors the women who advocated for the Sipsey Wilderness.

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Wild South Hosts 1st Annual Photo Contest

Sponsored by Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, Osprey Packs and Eno Hammocks

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Recent accomplishments

Stewardship in the Linville Gorge Wilderness

After weeks of brushwork to open the way, an enthusiastic crew tackled the tough stuff to help get the water out of Babel Tower Trail’s dreaded ditch.

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Upcoming Events

Calling all naturalists for a BioBlitz! September 23-24

Wild South, the USFS and Cradle of Forestry are hosting a BioBlitz at Pink Beds picnic area in Pisgah National Forest.

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National Public Lands Day September 24

To celebrate National Public Lands Day, Wild South is hosting a clean-up on Cranal Road in the Bankhead National Forest.

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Bankhead Liasion Panel Meeting September 29

Let your voice be heard concerning the management of the Bankhead National Forest.

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Volunteer Wilderness Ranger Training October 1-2

Interested in becoming a VWR? Wild South will train a new group of volunteers the first weekend in October.

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