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Can We Rewild Nature without Rewilding Ourselves?

It’s 5 o’clock in the morning. That’s dawn in the Pacific Northwest on a spring day just a few weeks short of the summer solstice. The still waters of Puget Sound’s Rich Passage reflect the varied grays of an overcast sky, rippled only by ferries moving commuters to and fro between Bremerton and Seattle. Most Continue reading “Can We Rewild Nature without Rewilding Ourselves?”

A grizzly bear walks across a meadow covered with flowers.

Trusting Wildness But Not Us

To bridge the divide between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, grizzly bears must reckon with roads, housing developments, agriculture, and private property rights. Greg Costello fears that, given current trends, grizzlies will likely face these obstacles without protections under the ESA. Photo: William C. Gladish