The National Parks Austria recently published a position paper for Wilderness and non-intervention management in the Austrian National Parks. The technical committee for Wilderness
Mykola Romaniuk, from our European Wilderness Network partner the Carpathian Biosphere Reserve, recently participated in the Wilderness Ranger Academy. His participation in this event
Today, the European Wilderness Society took part in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of one of the biggest protected areas in Ukraine, member of
Last week our Wilderness and Large Carnivore experts spent a week in central Italy to visit Majella National Park, home to the Majella Wilderness.
Today our colleagues Max Rossberg and Nick Huisman visited the Italian Majella Wilderness. Majella Wilderness is currently the only Italian member of the European
The European Beech Forest Network expresses its concerns regarding the latest accusations against the Romanian government. It emphasises its arguments and claims presented in
We are publishing the first series of briefs for the partners of the European Wilderness Network. The European Wilderness Network has grown to almost
The Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana is led by Natalie Dawson, who I met on my first day on Campus. The Wilderness Institute
Private Wilderness in Europe is an important and rather unexplored segment of European Wilderness. The Wilderness concept means non-intervention and that discourages many landowners.
We are delighted to announce that the US Forest Service in cooperation with the European Wilderness Society invites four (4) European Rangers from its European
More than 700.000 ha potential Wilderness and Wild Areas to be protected by 2020 in Germany The German Ministry of the Environment and the
The European Wilderness Society met with the Romanian National Agency of Natural Protected Areas in Bucharest last December. The National Agency aims to improve
Over the last months, the European Wilderness Society worked closely together with international partners to prepare several multi-year projects. The Interreg Central Europe call
Kalkalpen Wilderness has already re-wilded many kilometres of forest gravel roads. It is a good example for many other potential Wilderness areas how to