March Young working from "home." 

March Young working from "home." 

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Unlearn & Rewild is a fully-volunteer labor of love and gratitude for the intelligence of life on Earth.  We are impelled by the urgency to salvage the fragments of life’s masterpiece, biodiversity, those millions of species and ecosystems that could soon be bumps in the path of the Anthropocene. Visionary ideas, probing analysis, and empowering, tangible information are blended by some of the most expansive minds on the planet. The radio series has been heard across America on Pacifica-affiliate radio stations, and internationally, and will continue to spread these words (and tunes) no matter what the future hurls our way. Stay tuned for some incredible material that is in the wings! 

ALSO, Ayana and I have been laboring behind the scenes, laying the foundation for an ecological restoration and research center in Northern California. The land that will host this life-work: a 500-acre mountainous redwood-Douglas-fir forest, sits adjacent to 200,000 acres of unpeopled land, including several important federal wilderness and natural areas. It is bordered by the South Fork Eel River and a major tributary, and climbs a thousand feet, providing a wide diversity of habitat for the hundreds of species of plants, fungi, birds, insects, amphibians, four-leggeds, and fish. The ecological research will deal with holistic forest and stream restoration, and will explore the healing potential for myco-forestry (fungi paired with plants and trees) and bio-char made from overcrowded groves. We encourage the local and global communities to join us in restoring the vitality of these lands during our upcoming restoration blitzes and workshops with leading ecological thinkers and permaculturists, and to carry this knowledge far and wide.

Your donations will help us continue the radio programming and will also help this California project take flight. 

Thank you, and together we stand for the wild!

--March Young

 Mendocino, California, January 2016.

Christmas snow on a grove of live oaks at the ecological restoration and research center in Mendocino county, California.

Christmas snow on a grove of live oaks at the ecological restoration and research center in Mendocino county, California.