Please support Wild9 – The Wild Foundation World Wilderness Congress (WWC).
The WWC is the best-known and most effective platform for debating and acting on wilderness issues. They provide a balanced approach, taking on highly charged issues in a constructive manner, and most importantly helping to broker solutions.
WWCs launch numerous wilderness and wildlife protection organizations and networks including: the Wilderness Action Group (South Africa), The Cheetah Conservation Fund (Namibia), the Wilderness Associazione Italiana (Italian Wilderness Association), the Kissama Foundation (Angola), the International League of Conservation Photographers, the Native Lands and Wilderness Council, the Government Network of Wilderness Professionals
World Renowned primatologist, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace. In July 1960, a 26-year-old Jane Goodall began her landmark study of chimpanzee behavior in what is now Tanzania under the mentorship of famed anthropologist and paleontologist Dr. Louis Leakey.
Dr. Goodall will deliver a keynote address and personally lead a special workshop on Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots, the Jane Goodall Institute’s global environmental and humanitarian youth program, for all WILD9 delegates who wish to attend. www.janegoodall.org
Melissa Ayr has donated the Painting “Wild Thing” to support The Wild Foundation to keep the wilderness wild.
“Wild Thing” is available for sale and the proceeds will go 100% towards supporting The Wild Foundation. Please contact Melissa Ayr for more information about supporting Wild and purchasing this work of art.
For more information and to donate to The Wild Foundation please go to http://www.wild9.org. Support WILD! You can help make a real difference. WILD depends on the support of people like you for the majority of its funding.