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Episode 4 - The Fight For Alabama's Last Wild Places

Dr. Charles Borden joins a deep intellectual understanding of the power of wilderness with a passion-driven tenacity to protect and preserve wild places like the Sipsey Wilderness and the Bankhead National Forest for future generations.

Dr. Charles Borden joins a deep intellectual understanding of the power of wilderness with a passion-driven tenacity to protect and preserve wild places like the Sipsey Wilderness and the Bankhead National Forest for future generations.

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Episode 2 - The Fight For Alabama's Last Wild Places

Ruth Manasco is an artist, teacher, conservationist and elder in the Blue Clan of the Echota Cherokee. She is the much loved heart of Dancing Rabbit Pottery studio. Ruth was part of the years-long efforts to have the Sipsey declared Wilderness in 1974, and was part of the movement to save the Bankhead National Forest in the 80’s and 90’s.

Ruth Manasco is an artist, teacher, conservationist and elder in the Blue Clan of the Echota Cherokee. She is the much loved heart of Dancing Rabbit Pottery studio. Ruth was part of the years-long efforts to have the Sipsey declared Wilderness in 1974, and was part of the movement to save the Bankhead National Forest in the 80’s and 90’s.

The Big Tree

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Women of the Sipsey

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BONUS Episode: The Grandmother Mountains

Janice Barrett of Wild South’s Alabama office introduces the context of the Present Tense Media series, “The Fight For Alabama’s Last Wild Places”.

Janice Barrett of Wild South and Present Tense Executive Producer Anne Markham Bailey in the Bankhead National Forest.

Janice Barrett of Wild South and Present Tense Executive Producer Anne Markham Bailey in the Bankhead National Forest.

The Fight For Alabama's Last Wild Places - Trailer 2

Featuring Terra Manasco, Greg Preston, Dr. Charles Borden and Chief Grey Fox

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Launches on Earth Day April 22, 2019

Listen to the voices of the citizen eco-warriors who formed a movement to save Alabama’s last wild places.