Today Iryna Shchoka from European Wilderness Society visited photo-art exhibition “Mystery of the Carpathian forest”. The exhibition of contemporary art-works was held in the
The first Art event Plain Air “Sheeps for White Carpathians” of the recently started transnational project “Areas of Inspiration”, supported by EU Programm “Creative
Updated 25.6.: The project team led by Machaon International is meeting today and tomorrow at the folklore festival in Straznice, Czechia, to kick-off the
Machaon International, the Slovak Association of Nature Conservation, invited the European Wilderness Society together with AnnoGallery and Obec Ganovce from Slovakia, the National Institute
Nick Huisman, a graduate biologist from the Wageningen University in The Netherlands, has joined our Wilderness Team. He attended the Team Meetings in Slovakia
The connection of Wilderness and Arts is something that is dear to our hearts. Not only have we started a project involving teenager in
Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman is the genesis of Hip-Hop and Rap that’s all about ecology. Brinkman got his start in hip-hop as a graduate student
A musical Apology Letter to Future Generations from Prince Ea.. We posted this in 2015 but felt that more than 3.3 bio listeners are
Wilderness needs the support of the general public. Join the Glidden family for a walk on the wild side and explore Zion’s wilderness with
Native carnivores bring balance to the landscape and keep ecosystems healthy. But they can also be seen as a threat to livestock and are
Join adventure athlete Ian Adamson and ultra-marathon runner Kara Henry as they explore the wilderness of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Excellent video on
May 22 is designated as the International Day for Biological Diversity. Let’s celebrate this day with a few beautiful images of our diverse European
This post promotes a short film, which describes the routes which lead to the unfortunate extinction of Siamese rosewood
Chernobyl: The comeback of nature Who cannot remember what they did on April 26, 1986? I was driving with my Jeep through the Canadian
Humans heavily impacted Central Europe but wild nature can still be found.
The congress had some very interesting insights. There was a great presentation from Gordon Sillence and Travelife on sustainabl-e and Ecotourism labels.
This is the story about the rebirth of european wilderness, in which the wolf, the wisent, the bear and other rare animals live as freely as centuries ago. Take a look with us into the unrestrained area of the Eastern Carpathians, formerly known as THE WOLF MOUNTAINS
There is a new interesting campaign, which argues that one road is enough to destroy wilderness. Watch the new video of the RoadFree campaign!