Mission: to build a comprehensive, cross-disciplinary platform of ideas and resources and a network of informed, committed and empowered activists, to enable the fullest possible restoration of our planet's life support systems at every geographic scale and in every time frame from weeks to centuries.
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TrekWest Does UtahLast Updated on 2015-02-07 08:59:03all photos c. Ray Wheeler except where otherwise noted in the caption
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One man's muscle-powered journey of discovery across the North American Continent
10 months, 7,000 miles
Backpacking -- Horse Packing -- Biking -- Whitewater Rafting
The Western Wildway is a 6,000-mile-long tri-national wildlife corridor identified through more than a decade of science-based conservation mapping and research in the intermountain West. Protecting the Western Wildway represents North America’s best chance to ensure the survival of many threatened keystone species that require long-distance movement pathways, including... More »
MESA Debut March 2013Last Updated on 2013-05-22 23:45:28On March 23, 2013, MESA made its public debut when Charles Nuckolls, Ty Markham, and many other founding members met with other environmental activists to march to the gates of the Chevron Refinery in Salt Lake City to protest the ongoing role of Chevron in promoting tar sands developement in Utah More »
A Tale of Two RiversLast Updated on 2013-04-12 00:00:00
--To download the Earth Restoration Network's comments on the Jordan River Commission's
Best Practices For Riverfront Communities document of the Jordan River Commission
May 5, 2013
Amy Goodman at SundanceLast Updated on 2013-01-28 17:14:36Progressive broadcasting news network star Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! spoke for 45 minutes at Dolly's bookstore during the Sundance Film Festival and afterwards chatted up the crowd and mugged for photos while signing over 50 books, proving to be, by far, the most real and gracious of national TV news anchors. More »
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