Woods & Wilds: The Podcast | The Hosts

A Podcast Interview with the hosts, Elizabeth Lashay, Erniko Brown, and Kimala Luna. This week we flip the script as Chaya Brennan Agarwal interviews the hosts of Woods & Wilds: The Podcast, Erniko Brown & Kimala Luna from Dogwood Alliance and Elizabeth Lashay from SlayTheMic, about their connection to nature, motivation, and staying connected to […]

Community Roots Climate Bill of Rights

Dogwood Alliance is in support of the Community Roots Climate Bill of Rights for Asheville, NC. We thank our good friends at Community Roots for their beautiful work and vision. We need true climate justice in North Carolina. The Community Climate Bill of Rights is paradigm-shifting local level legislation. It asserts our Rights for local […]

25th Anniversary Contest Winner: Tulsi Bell

We held a 25th Anniversary contest seeking a design from an awesome youth artist in celebration of forests! We welcomed ages 8-11 to submit. We’re excited to announce that we have a winner, and her name is Tulsi Bell! We encouraged participants to incorporate our anniversary celebration tagline: “Right Place. Right Time.” That’s because we […]

9 Facts You Didn’t Know About Wetland Forests

Guest post by Nataly Perez Manrique Wetland forests are swamps. They’re areas where water floods the soil. This can either be during the whole year or varying periods of time throughout the year. Swamps are one of the most productive ecosystems in the world. They’re comparable to coral reefs and rainforests. They support wildlife and […]

a clump of pitcher plants, found exclusively in wetland forests

A Critical Update in the Fight for Okefenokee Swamp

One of the first acts by former President Trump after he was newly elected was to issue an executive order to roll back protections afforded by the Clean Water Act of 1972. Seemingly overnight, the incredibly complex question of what constitutes the waters of the US (WOTUS) became the jurisdiction of Georgia’s modest Environmental Protection […]