About

WCS’s Society of the Wild Rockies aims to build a bold, diverse and activated citizen base to Rewild the Rockies. To Rewild the Rockies, we need to elevate new voices, rewild the human imagination, reconnect to the culture of the wild, and inspire action.

 

By elevating a new set of voices and values in support of wild nature, we will see conservation transformed into a force that unites rather than divides.

We will see a unique, equitable, and diverse group working together towards a common goal and comprised not only of nonprofits and academia, but also Indigenous leaders, storytellers, artists, ranchers, corporations, and creative agents. We will hear from new voices, sharing their stories.

 

Join us!

Your creative fire is what’s going to light others! To become a ‘Rewilder’ or be featured as a story email

rewildtherockies@wcs.org

 

Wild Stories

Will you share your story?

Tell us about your wild, where you find it, how you connect to it and protect it—or any

other inspired, feral thoughts. Stories are the strands that weave us all together. In an increasingly disconnected world we can find connection to our natural heritage by sharing our stories and articulating how we will protect our wild.

 

Ambassadors

Ambassadors, or ‘Rewilders’, are key to creating and leading local action nodes that are instrumental in building an enduring movement for the conservation of the Rockies and the communities that call this magnificent region home. Help us fire people up and stand together for the Wild Rockies.

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Community

Connect to others and the wild by joining with others to learn and inspire action to Rewild the Rockies

  • Citizen Science Project
  •   No active projects at this time due to COVID-19

Take Action 

Share your #whatsyourwild Video or Pic

Capture the art of storytelling and share with us when you are in your wild, repping your inner wolverine, visiting a bison herd, connecting to the parts of yourself that speak to your wild

Lend your voice

Foundational efforts are underway in the U.S. States to bring about the ecological and cultural restoration of wild bison, including the Department of Interior’s

2020 Bison Conservation Initiative (BCI).  Write to thank Secretary Bernhardt & DOI for their collaborative conservation leadership and call on the Secretary to fully resource and implement the BCI at scale.

Get Bison on the Brain:

Grow a bison beard (#bison beard), host a bison bash forNational Bison Day, make a bison beer, attend the American Bison Society Conference

Put up a Bat House:

To create bat habitat and be part of a nature-based solution to agriculture pests, insects, and encourage bat pollination. Check out these guidelines- no need to use pesticides with bats around!

Nature Based Solutions to Water Storage:    

Learn how to make beaver mimicry dams in your watershed



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