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Have you been reading the TrekWest blogs? 
Wildlife Crossings on Highway 89, Southern Utah  “This blog invites you to pull up a Western Map and follow along….” Certain obstacles simply must be overcome if we are to protect a Western Wildway, a Spine of the Continent Conservation Corridor.  This is true also for the Eastern (Appalachian/Atlantic), Pacific, Boreal, Great Plains, Gulf of [...]
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#TrekWest  kicked off today, follow John's conservation journey for wildlife! 
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Reconnecting Nature in North America
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Wildlands Network is urgently restoring, protecting and connecting our best wild places throughout North America because people need nature, and nature needs space to survive.

By connecting our biggest parks and healthiest conservation lands, we create Wildways©, landscapes large enough to sustain wildlife for the long-term.

Our success ensures a future where our children, from coast to coast, Alaska to Mexico, know their wild neighbors -- ancient redwoods to long leaf pines, backyard songbirds to elusive wolves -- and thrive in the life-giving company they provide.