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The WILD Foundation

The WILD Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to protect and restore wilderness and wildlands around the world. Founded in 1974, the WILD Foundation has a long history of working with local communities, governments, and other organizations to protect wild places.

The WILD Foundation’s work focuses on three main areas:

  • Protecting wilderness: The WILD Foundation works to protect wilderness areas from development and other threats. They do this by working with local communities to develop sustainable land use plans, by advocating for strong environmental laws, and by supporting scientific research on wilderness.
  • Restoring wildlands: The WILD Foundation also works to restore wildlands that have been damaged by human activity. They do this by planting trees, removing invasive species, and helping to manage wildlife populations.
  • Inspiring people to care about wild nature: The WILD Foundation believes that everyone has a role to play in protecting wild nature. They work to inspire people to care about wild nature through their educational programs, their public outreach efforts, and their advocacy for conservation policies.

The WILD Foundation is a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The IUCN is a global organization that works to conserve nature and biodiversity. The WILD Foundation’s membership in the IUCN gives them access to a network of experts and resources that helps them to achieve their conservation goals.

The WILD Foundation is a leading voice for wilderness protection and restoration. Their work is essential to protecting the planet’s wild places and the biodiversity that they support.

Here are some of the WILD Foundation’s accomplishments:

  • Helped to establish the Yellowstone to Yukon conservation initiative, a network of protected areas that spans the Rocky Mountains from Yellowstone National Park to the Yukon Territory.
  • Worked with local communities in the Amazon rainforest to protect a large area of rainforest from development.
  • Helped to restore a degraded watershed in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
  • Educated millions of people about the importance of wilderness and wildlands.

The WILD Foundation is a vital organization that is making a real difference in the fight to protect wild nature. If you care about wild places, I encourage you to learn more about the WILD Foundation and to support their work.