The WILD Foundation is an international organization dedicated to wilderness protection around the world. They believe that intact wolderness areas are an essential element of a healthy human society. Their vision is a planet with ample clean water, fresh air and natural resources to support all life.
The WILD Foundation works in a grass roots, collaborative manner across borders and in many different languages. By working with local partners, they ensure that their projects are implemented according to local traditions, customs and manners. Their global presences reaches from Africa to Canada to Latin America and India plus many places in between. One of the most important “places” they work is within the human heart and mind, inspiring and activating conservation through building an active relationship between people and Nature around the world.
This month in their april e- leaf newsletter they are promoting an innovative conservation project called In The Tracks of Giants. This project will follow ancient elephant migration routes across southern Africa promoting awareness about transboundary conservation, traditional wildlife tracking skills and also conservation issues including climate change, water and habitat fragmentation. To learn more about this project click here.
To read more about The WILD Foundation go to their website here
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