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In wilderness lies the
conservation of the world
Henry David Thoreau

Wilderness Protection

Protect Your Piece of Rainforest

Wilderness International legally buys wilderness areas and protects them for the future. Say thank you to nature for everything it provides us with – protect your own piece of temperate rainforest on the West Coast of Canada! For your donation, you will receive a personalized certificate with the geo-coordinates of your protected forest.

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This could be your wilderness sponsorship: W124° 14'10.171

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Compensate your CO₂-emissions now by protecting the corresponding rainforest area.

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We combine athletic and ecological commitment for the conservation of wilderness.

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For a piece of wilderness

We want to shape the future today. Thanks to our partners, we can protect more and more wilderness areas safely and for the long term. There are many different ways to help us. Let us find a suitable way together and take responsibility for tomorrow.
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12 Nov
Research projects are essential elements to our “Wisdom Seeker – Knowledge Keeper” expeditions. The environmental ambassadors prepare a topic of their own choice which they research comprehensively in Canada. After the expedition they analyze and interpret the collected data. One research question of this year’s expedition regarded the various habitats of insects within the temperate rainforest – reaching from deadwood on the ground up to tops of the giant trees. Still in Germany we began with planning and organizing the tree climbing, in order to study the tree tops and to shot new photos and videos from a truly unique perspective. We were enabled to do so due to the kind support of our partners Freeworker and Air Canada: Freeworker sponsored extensive equipment; Air Canada the required excess baggage on the flight to Canada. On this expedition the foundation for further exploration of the ecosystem tree tops was laid. Now the collected data samples will be analyzed in cooperation with the Senkenberg Naturhistorische Sammlungen Dresden. In the next years Wilderness International will deepen this research to increase the understanding of the biodiversity and species distribution in the tree tops of the temperate rainforest. The “Kletterblatt” – the magazine of a tree climbing school from Munich published a comprehensive article about this new research project. From page 18 former environmental ambassador Johannes Kaul reports about tree climbing in Canada. He gives insights how he felt about climbing up the giant trees and setting up a research base camp 65 meters above the ground.
3 Nov
It’s time to think about Christmas gifts – let stunning nature panoramas and unique impressions of the Western Canadian rainforest accompany you through the year. The calendar comes in DIN-A3 format and will be sent out as a thank you for every donation more …
8 Oct
We fly home today. The trip back is under a bit of an emotional cloud, especially because we only had such little time for this unique journey. Nevertheless, more …
7 Oct
We imagined this morning to be very different. Of course, we knew that time would be against us, but we didn’t know that it would be so hard to leave. In the dark, we break down our tents and the camp. Our plan: Five people will take the motor boat out of the fjord, where the water taxi will pick us up, and four will take rubber dinghies down the Toba. The only problem: more …
Wilderness International Canada
780-554-6892. Suite 346
108-4301B Southpark Drive
Stony Plain, AB, T7Z2A9, Canada
Tel +1 (780) 554-6892
Wilderness International
Tolkewitzer Straße 32, 01277 Dresden
Tel + 49 (0) 351 - 314 02 220
Wilderness International
Lehrter Straße 57, 10557 Berlin
Tel + 49 (0) 30 - 39404146
Wilderness International
Dorotheenstrasse 47, 22301 Hamburg
Tel +49 163 510 70 28

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