November News from WildFF

 

Wild Forests and Fauna

Together we protect and restore wild forests

 

October/November 2016

The power of people working together in place-based conservation is an unstoppable force. WildFF builds capacity by working directly with local communities to protect and restore forests for generations to come. Check out our recent videos from the field below!

WildFF - Explore. Venture outside. Find your inspiration. Protect, restore and support wild forests!

Project Updates

Future Leaders

Future Leaders: Growing For its 4th Year

Preparations are underway for our fourth year of programming! Watch our new video and see why the program sparks creative ideas for the Future Leaders of Madre de Dios.

Hear it from them »

Native Seeds

Native Seeds: WildFF Team Returns to Uganda

Earlier this month, our WildFF staff arrived in Uganda, met with leaders in Kampala, and are back in the community of Gulu. Meet the team and get the latest updates.

Meet our project team »

Big Tree Project

Big Tree Project: Jam in the Trees and WildFF

Thank you to the thousands of people who came out to support Jam in the Trees! Check out the video recap of the Americana music festival in Asheville, NC.

Re-live the show »

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About the Author

Benjamin Colvin

Benjamin Colvin

Ben is a tireless advocate and leader with a background in wilderness leadership, wildlife and forest conservation and environmental education. He has a MS in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana and is the current President of the Asheville Downtown Association Board of Directors and Mountain Wild! chapter of NWF. Ben brings enthusiasm and passion to WFF flowing from his love of hiking the forests, paddling the rivers and rambling the mountains from Alabama to Montana to his home in Asheville, NC.

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