Rewilding Earth

Rewilding Earth

Latest Episodes

Episode 33: Jason Mark On Patagonia’s 9 Million Acre Gift
October 11, 2019

About Jason Jason Mark is the editor of Sierra and the author of Satellites in the High Country: Searching for the Wild in the Age of Man. Jason recently returned from Patagonia to report on the official transfer of Tompkins Conservation lands to the C...

Episode 32: Andrew Thoms and Tongass National Forest
September 27, 2019

About Andrew Thoms Andrew grew up in rural Upstate New York. After studying Environmental Sciences, he worked for 10 years in Latin America as an environmental specialist in international development projects.

Episode 31: Stuart Pimm Putting Conservation Back On The Offensive
September 16, 2019

About Stuart Pimm is the Founder and President of Saving Nature and the Doris Duke Professor of Conservation at Duke University. His books include “The Balance of Nature,” and the acclaimed “World According to Pimm: a Scientist Audits the Earth.

Episode 30: Dan Imhoff on Making Farming More Creaturely
August 23, 2019

About Dan Dan Imhoff is a researcher, author, and independent publisher who has concentrated for over 20 years on issues related to farming, the environment, and design. He is the author of numerous articles, essays,

Episode 29: Kim Crumbo on Wolves, War, and Optimism
August 08, 2019

Kim Crumbo leads Wildlands Network’s efforts to restore native carnivores to their rightful place on landscapes across the West. He works closely with diverse conservation partners and regional coalitions to engage scientists, communities,

Episode 28: Christopher Ketcham “This Land”
July 17, 2019

Christopher Ketcham has written for dozens of publications, including Harper’s, National Geographic, and The New Republic. He has reported from the American West for more than a decade. This book is a product of those years in the last wild places.

Episode 27: David Johns Conservation Politics
July 15, 2019

About David David Johns teaches courses at the School of Government, Portland State University on US constitutional law and politics, politics and the environment, and politics and film. He has also taught at Oregon State University and the Institute f...

Episode 26: Jo Ann Baumgartner Farming With The Wild
June 14, 2019

About Jo Ann Jo Ann is the Executive Director of the Wild Farm Alliance. She is the author of many publications on the intersection between biodiversity conservation and agriculture, including beneficial birds,

Episode 25: Roland Kays On Eastern Coyote And High-Tech Tracking
June 04, 2019

About Roland Kays Roland is a zoologist with a broad interest in ecology and conservation, especially of mammals.  He studies research questions that are scientifically interesting but also have real-world relevance through educational or conservation ...

Episode 24: Keith Bowers On The Front Lines Of Restoration and Rewilding
May 14, 2019

For over three decades, Keith Bowers has been at the forefront of applied ecology, land conservation and sustainable design.  Founder and president of Biohabitats, Keith has built a multidisciplinary organization focused on conservation planning,