RESTORATION AND RESEARCH
1 MILLION REDWOOD PROJECT
The 1 Million Redwood Project draws on ecological, economic, and social innovations with a multi-scalar approach that incorporates land conservation, ecological restoration, multi-disciplinary research, and large-scale plant propagation in a restorative native species nursery. The nursery will function as a living library and laboratory that will help to safeguard rare and endangered plant and fungal genetics of the redwood range.
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For The Wild is a 501(c) Not-For-Profit Organization fiscally sponsored by Marin Link. 100% of donations directly supports the infrastructure and maintenance of For The Wild's land project –1 Million Redwood– and educational and direct action campaigns such as Call of the Forests and Sisters Bonded In Action.
EDUCATION THROUGH CONVERSATION
FOR THE WILD PODCAST
We discuss the critical ideas of our time and parlay them into action for the defense and regeneration of natural communities. Key topics include the rediscovery of wild nature, ecological renewal and resistance, and healing from the trauma of individualistic society. We will travel deep into ancient forests, align with the struggles and ways of Earth-based people, and rekindle the mysteries of intuition. We will join today’s brightest visionaries in this momentous work of reimagining a world where humanity can find its way back into the web of life.
SOLIDARITY IN ACTION
SISTERS BONDED IN ACTION
Sisters Bonded In Action is a national vision comprised of local groups for women engaged in sacred Earth-activism, working towards social justice, and supporting indigenous rights and sovereignty. SBIA provides a space for women and LGBTQIA communities to work together towards shifting the dominant culture towards biocentrism and Earth care.
EDUCATION & ACADEMICS
FOR THE WILD RESEARCH
We aim to carry out research that will enable us to be better stewards of the land, applying our findings directly in ecosystem and stream restoration projects. Our research will be replicable and accessible, allowing others to implement effective restoration practices guided by our findings. Additionally, we hope to contribute novel findings to scientific literature and publications. Current research projects include–