The Mali Elephant Project wins big!

In a drought-prone zone rife with resource conflicts and violent extremism, the Mali Elephant Project (MEP) brings together various ethnic groups to effectively manage local resources and protect an internationally important population of 350 endangered African...

Gaming for Wilderness

This week, thousands of gamers are coming together to support wild nature by playing The Legend of Zelda’s Breath of the Wild and donating to the WILD Foundation.     It all began when a young man named Matthew Moffit, better known as MC, created a virtual...

Protecting Earth’s last remaining primary forests

Primary forests – often to referred to as “old growth” forests – are critical to nature conservation efforts – and to human wellbeing worldwide. They have the highest biodiversity, they produce the highest quality freshwater, serve as watersheds to many of the world’s...

Running for Elephants

Being an elephant in the Gourma region of Mali isn’t easy. Fortunately, people like Wiesje Elfferich are doing their part to safeguard these animals. Wiesje’s story shows the powerful impact that just one passionate individual can make. As Margaret Mead...

Teaming up to reduce human-bear conflicts

“There’s a bear in my backyard!” In our town of Boulder, Colorado, this type of call to city authorities is not uncommon. Why are black bears coming into town, and what can we do to make these encounters less frequent, so both the bears and people...

Launching the CoalitionWILD Mentorship Program

Young people who have mentors are 130% more likely to hold leadership positions. At 22 and fresh out of University, the world seemed bright and endless…and terrifying. The further integrated into the ‘real’ world I got, the more turned around I became. Lacking...

Making Teamwork for African Wildlife Possible

Your purchase of a raffle ticket can enhance urgently needed collaboration Wilderness Foundation Global (WFG) is turning the tide against wildlife crime in Africa, the old fashioned way: by making it easy for some of the best anti-poaching leaders to work together....

Tracking Mali’s desert elephants near Timbuktu

Nigel Kuhn is a frontline photographer and film producer partnering with our Mali Elephant Project and the Chengeta Wildlife team and International Conservation Fund of Canada. Read on to learn about Nigel’s experience tracking the desert elephants of Mali as...

Growing hope to empower Haiti’s youth

Augustin is a 27-year-old Haitian with a passion to build community gardens. Haiti has been rocked by one devastating disaster after the next, throwing much of its already vulnerable population into poverty. Augustin watched as these events destabilized his country...
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