Wild Heritage

Wild Heritage advocates for policies in the United States and internationally that recognize the exceptional value of primary forests. Primary forests are critical to solving many of the world’s most pressing crises, from climate change and the extinction crisis to threats to Indigenous cultures and livelihoods. Wild Heritage works to keep primary forests free from industrial activity and for the restoration of degraded forests so that over time they begin to recover their primary-forest values.​

Location: Berkeley, California

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Director(s): Cyril Kormos
Address: P.O. Box 9451, Berkeley, CA 94709