A Letter to My Friends in Wilderness

This article by the late George Duffy (retired U.S. Forest Service wilderness ranger) appears in the newest issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, August 2010. Editor’s Note: This “Farewell” essay was written by George Duffy to fellow wilderness stewards...

WILD at TedxBoulder

Tomorrow is a very exciting day here in Boulder.  The first TEDxBoulder kicks off at 4pm, with a great list of speakers on environment, technology, politics, energy, science and more.  In the spirit of TED (ideas worth spreading), TEDx is a local, self-organized...

Elephant Death Rites

One of those small happenings where the elephant and the human worlds meet ….. Villagers from Wami told me about an elephant that had died nearby from natural causes (old age or disease). A group of about 6-8 elephants remained, standing around and apparently watching...

There’s a Elephant in Montana?!

That’s right….there is an elephant trekking across the US, heading for Bozeman, MT.  Nom-koo will be in Bozeman August 4- September 15 and will reside at the front plaza of the Bozeman Public Library where she will serve as a creative catalyst for...

Action for Mexico’s Water Forest

On 12 July, land owners conservationists, government authorities, national and international conservation organizations, scientists and business owners met to address the complex and highly urgent task of protecting, restoring and sustainably managing the Water...
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