Jam in the Trees Supports WildFF

Thanks to the thousands of supporters and incredible lineup of artists, Jam in the Trees was a fantastic weekend experience in Asheville, NC that brought together so many music and nature fans in support of community and forest conservation. We have to thank our incredible Wild Forests and Fauna volunteers  for their efforts all weekend, including Cristyn, Kurt, Jeff, Greg, Kat, Lydia, Chris and Warren. Jam in the Trees was made possible by…

Protecting Big Trees: Three Paths Cross

Nestled in the mountains of Appalachia, three nonprofit organizations are following different paths toward the same goal of forest protection, with a particular focus on restoring and conserving native forests. These groups embody innovation and action, traits wholly praised and championed by WildFF. Tackling the many threats facing our forests and big trees in the United States requires that organizations take a diverse set of approaches, maintaining unique cultures and voices…

Jam in the Trees Benefits WildFF

Wild Forests and Fauna is proud to partner with the producers, artists and hosts at Pisgah Brewing Company for Jam in the Trees taking place August 26th and 27th in Asheville, NC! *Featuring The Wood Brothers, The Del McCoury Band, Junior Brown, Willie Watson, Chatham County Line and more! WildFF envisions a world where the planet’s wildlife and wild forests are protected, ensuring widespread benefits for current and future generations. We…

The Oldest Tree in the World

According to an article published in the National Geographic website, the oldest living tree in the world has been discovered in Sweden. This tree, which is approximately 13 feet tall, has been alive for 9,550 years and has been growing on the side of a mountain at an altitude of 2,985 feet since the end of the last Ice Age. When I read this I had to stop and think…