Dave Foreman

Dave Foreman is one of a handful of charismatic, creative leaders who have had major impacts on shaping the environmental and conservation movements of the last 30 years. Foreman began his environmental work with The Wilderness Society in the 1970s, first as Southwest Representative and then from the central DC … Read More

Brad Meiklejohn

Brad Meiklejohn is the Alaska representative for The Conservation Fund, president of the American Packrafting Association, and a longtime wilderness advocate. Over the last several decades, without the aid of bush planes, snowmobiles or All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), Brad has traveled thousands of miles across Alaska’s wilderness. Packrafts, skis, and his own two … Read More

David R. Parsons

David Parsons received his Bachelor of Science degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology from Iowa State University and his Master of Science degree in Wildlife Ecology from Oregon State University. Dave is retired from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service where from 1990-1999 he led the USFWS’s effort to reintroduce … Read More

John Davis

Co-founder and Conservation Athlete Ambassador for Wildlands Network, Author

John Davis, a “tri-athlete meets John Muir” explorer, also is a founder of Wildlands Network, past editor of the widely respected Wild Earth magazine, writer, naturalist and conservationist. Throughout his career, this Adirondack native with an indomitable passion for nature has supported continental-size wildlife corridors called Wildways. His hope continues … Read More