Sustainability gets real in Boulder on July 25th

Climate experts convene at the Macky to discuss the future of sustainability & climate collaboration On July 25th, seven of the world’s leading climate visionaries and experts will converge at the Macky Auditorium to debate the crucial next steps humanity must...

Keeping the Elephants Alive

Three things have been keeping the elephants alive: the local people, Malian military patrols and the elephants themselves. Last year the sudden dramatic escalation of poaching in the first half of 2015 was the result of a new development whereby international...

A Very WILD Earth Week

WILD is teaming up with a couple of our favorite local groups to celebrate Earth Week this year, and we want you to join! Fossil Free Your Life: Neighborhood Block Party As a part of #BoulderEarthWeek, WILD will join our friends at 350 Colorado for the very first...

Calling All Young Change Makers!

By: Sierra Voss The environmental problems facing us are vast and complex, and necessitate the attention of experienced leaders. Without opportunities to develop experience, the next generation will be less prepared than they would be otherwise to tackle the...

How can YOU stop elephant poaching?

In case you missed our most recent Mali Elephant Project update from Dr. Susan Canney, we learned that the entire herd will vanish in just 3 years if poaching continues at the current rate. When I say vanish, I mean locally extinct: gone forever. As you can imagine,...

Will Mali’s desert elephants become a thing of the past?

In the first two weeks of January 2016, 16 elephants died to international ivory traffickers in Mali. On the outskirts of the elephant range, 50 government rangers have completed rigorous training and are ready to protect Mali’s elephants. The government of Mali needs...

Taking Action in 2016

Thanks to the outpouring of  generosity from our supporters, the 2015 WILD Half Campaign ended with a resounding success. We raised over $180,000 – making 2015 our best year ever! That means more resources to create wilderness victories in 2016 – victories that are...

Connecting to Nature with Forest Therapy

By: Amos Clifford, Director of the Association of Forest Therapy Guides & Programs, and John Hendee, Trustee of the WILD Foundation Humans evolved in nature over 5 million years, yet today may live in highly mechanized, developed and stressful environments; for...

Innovate, Facilitate, Communicate, and CELEBRATE!

We work for a wilder world.  It’s not always easy – is often a real struggle – but we persist with, succeed in, and continue to learn from, many and different projects that we develop with our partners.  Our vision – sharpened through 40 years of practical experience...
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