Wildlands Network

Founding Year: 1991

Staff: 24

Budget: $1.4m

Katie Davis

The Wildland Network is “devoted to the continental-scale conservation of core habitat and migration corridors for wildlife”. It aims to reconnect, restore and rewild North America so that life—in all its diversity—can thrive”. Their work is “founded in science, driven by fieldwork and furthered through strategic policy and partnerships”. The core principle of their work is that  “if protected areas are connected with healthy habitats on a continental scale, our treasured native plants and animals will thrive—as will life-supporting ecological processes like carbon storage and pollination”.

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Wildlands Network contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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