Re-Wilding the West: Conservation Biology Part 2
continued from part 1 Right now there are many ongoing efforts to implement landscape-scale conservation plans using the three ‘C’s’ as described in the previous article on re-wilding.  These efforts mostly involve multiple states and jurisdictions, and so are usually best-facilitated by an overarching non-profit whose work includes building public support and raising private dollars  [...]
Re-Wilding the West: Conservation Biology Part 1
There’s a fresh, strong breeze blowing in the field of conservation and it is redefining conservation itself:  conservation as not just protecting land, water and species, not just playing defense against venal politics and the juggernaut of human growth and development, fighting this battle here, that battle there.  No.  This is conservation going for what  [...]