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Episode 31: Stuart Pimm Putting Conservation Back On The Offensive

9/16/2019
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About Stuart Pimm is the Founder and President of Saving Nature and the Doris Duke Professor of Conservation at Duke University. His books include “The Balance of Nature,” and the acclaimed “World According to Pimm: a Scientist Audits the Earth.” He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the recipient of […] The post Episode 31: Stuart Pimm Putting Conservation Back On The Offensive appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:43:57

Episode 30: Dan Imhoff on Making Farming More Creaturely

8/22/2019
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About Dan Dan Imhoff is a researcher, author, and independent publisher who has concentrated for over 20 years on issues related to farming, the environment, and design. He is the author of numerous articles, essays, and books including Farming with the Wild: Enhancing Biodiversity on Farms and Ranches; and Building with Vision: Optimizing and Finding […] The post Episode 30: Dan Imhoff on Making Farming More Creaturely appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:48:45

Episode 29: Kim Crumbo on Wolves, War, and Optimism

8/8/2019
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Kim Crumbo leads Wildlands Network’s efforts to restore native carnivores to their rightful place on landscapes across the West. He works closely with diverse conservation partners and regional coalitions to engage scientists, communities, and elected leaders in the effort to secure species recovery and public support for wolves, bears, lynx, cougars, and other native carnivores. […] The post Episode 29: Kim Crumbo on Wolves, War, and Optimism appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:38:53

Episode 28: Christopher Ketcham “This Land”

7/17/2019
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Christopher Ketcham has written for dozens of publications, including Harper’s, National Geographic, and The New Republic. He has reported from the American West for more than a decade. This book is a product of those years in the last wild places. He currently lives in the Catskill Mountains of New York. About “This Land” “A hard-hitting look at the […] The post Episode 28: Christopher Ketcham “This Land” appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:40:00

Episode 27: David Johns Conservation Politics

7/15/2019
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About David David Johns teaches courses at the School of Government, Portland State University on US constitutional law and politics, politics and the environment, and politics and film. He has also taught at Oregon State University and the Institute for Policy Studies. He was an International Fellow at Columbia University, served in the Carter Administration […] The post Episode 27: David Johns Conservation Politics appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:47:55

Episode 26: Jo Ann Baumgartner Farming With The Wild

6/13/2019
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About Jo Ann Jo Ann is the Executive Director of the Wild Farm Alliance. She is the author of many publications on the intersection between biodiversity conservation and agriculture, including beneficial birds, the conservation mandates within the National Organic Program regulations, and the co-management of food safety and conservation. Before joining WFA in 2001, she […] The post Episode 26: Jo Ann Baumgartner Farming With The Wild appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:33:52

Episode 25: Roland Kays On Eastern Coyote And High-Tech Tracking

6/4/2019
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About Roland Kays Roland is a zoologist with a broad interest in ecology and conservation, especially of mammals. He studies research questions that are scientifically interesting but also have real-world relevance through educational or conservation value. An expert in using new technologies to study free-ranging animals, especially to track their movement with GPS tags and […] The post Episode 25: Roland Kays On Eastern Coyote And High-Tech Tracking appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:47:30

Episode 24: Keith Bowers On The Front Lines Of Restoration and Rewilding

5/14/2019
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For over three decades, Keith Bowers has been at the forefront of applied ecology, land conservation and sustainable design. Founder and president of Biohabitats, Keith has built a multidisciplinary organization focused on conservation planning, ecological restoration and regenerative design. His work has spanned the scale from site-specific ecosystem restoration projects involving wetland, river, woodland and […] The post Episode 24: Keith Bowers On The Front Lines Of Restoration and...

Duration:00:45:45

Episode 23: Terry Spahr Executive Producer of 8 Billion Angels

4/29/2019
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About Terry Spahr Environmentalist and activist Terry Spahr left the corporate world to research, write and produce 8 Billion Angels, a documentary feature which exposes overpopulation as the upstream cause of all our environmental emergencies. Terry is the Founder and Executive Director of Earth Overshoot, a non-profit designed to promote public and private action to […] The post Episode 23: Terry Spahr Executive Producer of 8 Billion Angels appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:35:14

Episode 21: Ed Friedman Migratory Fish Restoration in Merrymeeting Bay

3/23/2019
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About Ed Friedman Ed has been a resident of Bowdoinham near the shore of Merrymeeting Bay for over 35 years where he operates helicopter, welding, kayaking and farming businesses. His broad based background in the natural sciences includes over 45 years as an outdoor educator, some of that as a mountaineering instructor for the National […] The post Episode 21: Ed Friedman Migratory Fish Restoration in Merrymeeting Bay appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:44:10

Episode 20: Public Lands Grazing with George Wuerthner

3/15/2019
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George Wuerthner is a professional photographer, writer and ecologist. He has written more than two dozen books on natural history and other environmental topics. He is currently the ecological projects director for the Foundation for Deep Ecology. Wuerthner has visited hundreds of mountain ranges around the West, more than 380 wilderness areas, more than 180 […] The post Episode 20: Public Lands Grazing with George Wuerthner appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:35:51

Episode 19: John Miles On The New Wilderness Bill

3/8/2019
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It’s been a long time since we’ve had a win like the one that is expected to be signed by the President soon. The conservation community is buzzing about the Charles Dingell Jr. Conservation Management and Recreation Act, and rightly so. The legislation permanently continues the federal Land Water Conservation Fund, which helps pay for […] The post Episode 19: John Miles On The New Wilderness Bill appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:29:17

Episode 18: Nancy Stranahan Rewilding Southern Ohio

2/16/2019
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Topics: The fantastic biodiversity of southern Ohio Wildlands Philanthropy: protecting key areas by buying them Black bears and high population and industrial centers Bugs, fireflies, and miracles Native American heritage sites: earth works Nancy Stranahan serves as the Director of the Arc of Appalachia Preserve System, and was one of the non-profit’s founders in 1995. […] The post Episode 18: Nancy Stranahan Rewilding Southern Ohio appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:42:35

Episode 17: Mark Fisher on Rewilding Drift in Europe

2/7/2019
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A biochemist by training, Mark Fisher has worked in the pharmaceutical industry and in pure science. In a change of direction, he qualified as a Permaculture Designer, and did work in landscape design. Mark launched a manifesto for rewilding Britain in 2003 having been inspired by hiking the National Parks and open spaces of Canada […] The post Episode 17: Mark Fisher on Rewilding Drift in Europe appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:40:22

Episode 16: Tyler Socash Adirondack Wilderness and Thru-Hiking Adventures

1/25/2019
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Tyler Socash is the Adirondack Mountain Club's Outdoor Skills Coordinator. The day after completing his master's degree at the University of Rochester, Tyler embarked on a 7,000-mile thru-hiking immersion into wilderness. The post Episode 16: Tyler Socash Adirondack Wilderness and Thru-Hiking Adventures appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:38:12

Episode 15: Nicole Rosmarino on Rewilding The American Serengeti

1/18/2019
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Nicole Rosmarino, Ph.D. helped found the Southern Plains Land Trust (SPLT) in 1998 and has served as its Executive Director since 2011. In her work for SPLT, she is striving to create large shortgrass prairie wildlife refuges that emulate the “American Serengeti” that once occurred in the Great Plains. The post Episode 15: Nicole Rosmarino on Rewilding The American Serengeti appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:38:29

Episode 14: A Rewilding Success Story on the Elwha River

1/9/2019
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It's not often, especially these days, that we get to hear about a really big Rewilding victory. Today is one of those days. The post Episode 14: A Rewilding Success Story on the Elwha River appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:40:18

Episode 13: Camilla Fox from Project Coyote

12/28/2018
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Camilla Fox is the founder and executive director of Project Coyote, a national non-profit organization that promotes compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science, and advocacy. With over 20 years of experience working on behalf of wildlife and wildlands and a Masters degree in wildlife ecology, policy, and conservation, Camilla’s work […] The post Episode 13: Camilla Fox from Project Coyote appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:38:54

Episode 12: Paul Jepson on Rewilding in Europe

12/20/2018
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Paul Jepson is course director of Oxford University‘s Master in Science in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management. He’s also a Senior Research Fellow with the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. He’s held Senior Research Fellowships with the Environmental Change Institute and the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at the Said Business School. Paul is […] The post Episode 12: Paul Jepson on Rewilding in Europe appeared first on Rewilding.

Duration:00:51:32

Episode 11: Vance Russell – Rewilding in North America and Europe

12/14/2018
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Vance Russell is the head of biodiversity at Ecosulis which provides a variety of services including rewilding, wildlands plans, and approaches to landscape-scale conservation. Vance was California Director of Programs for the National Forest Foundation where he managed forestry projects throughout the state. He was also director of Audubon California’s Landowner Stewardship Program working with […] The post Episode 11: Vance Russell – Rewilding in North America and Europe appeared first on...

Duration:00:45:38