We unite the conservation community with a single vision.
Our international network thinks big.
Wildlands Network represents a vast and growing network of ranchers, hunters, anglers, nature lovers, conservation partners and new allies, spanning North America. Together, we are working to protect enough wild places in North America to sustain wildlife and people through the 21st Century. Our network is working to complete four Continental Wildways (large landscapes for wildlife movement) that span Mexico, the U.S. and Canada.
Connectivity is insurance for conservation investments.
As network weaver, Wildlands Network focuses the conservation movement away from preservation of “postage stamp” parcels of nature and toward a connected approach that provides long-term protection of our individual and collective efforts. As network facilitator, we map the Wildways, and galvanize a movement around a science-based pathway to success.
Wildlands' rapidly expanding network of partners could include you, your group or your organization. Learn how you can get involved.
"Although the Wildlands Project's (now Wildlands Network) call for restoring keystone species and connectivity was met, at first, with amusement, these goals have now been embraced broadly as the only realistic strategy for ending the extinction crisis."