A Statement From the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA)

By its own right, humanity must manage to protect at least 80% of our Amazon in a very short period such as 2025 to continue to hope for a just future for all.

The letter that started Dear Vance.

The first response letter in our Dear Vance series! Read the question that started it all and the insightful response, given by Vance Martin.

Dear Vance, I am writing to ask…

Write to our WILD President, Vance Martin! Fill out the form and ask him whatever conservation or climate-related questions you have.

EcoSchools at Isandlwana

On of the ongoing programs in the Isandlwana Village (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) is Eco-Schools.  This program brings environmental learning and...

The Inner Journey

Part 5 of our wilderness journey Simplicity in all things is the secret of the wilderness and one of its most valuable lessons. It is what we leave...

The Food

Part 4 of our wilderness journey Simphiwe told us to catch some grasshoppers for dinner, but not the colorful ones because they were noxious tasting...

The Camp

Part 3 of our wilderness journey I have to admit that I was a little nervous about 5 days of backpacking with no tent. Somehow, a tent give me a...

The Wildlife

Part 2 of our wilderness journey I had just drifted into sleep, breathing the incense smell of iNthomboti smoke from the fire, when I was suddenly...

The Trail

Part 1 of our wilderness journey The pin head-sized pepper ticks are a REAL nuisance…..you need to pick them out with a pin and tweezers, grooming...