Wild things making their way, in spite of us

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — You don’t necessarily have to have wild places in order to have wild things. Saying that goes completely against the grain of those of us who care a great deal about protecting wild places.

I have spent a good portion of my professional life and personal life as a protector and cheerleader for places which have more dirt than concrete, places which have more stars than street lights, places which have tree limbs in place of…READ MORE.

by Richard Simms

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