Indy filmmaker Skyler Thomas tells the Point Reyes story in a series of amazing and hard-hitting films: see https://shameofpointreyes.weebly.com. "Some of the worst examples of land management that exist in the nation are taking place within a national seashore celebrated for its unique beauty and array of wildlife." Shame of Point Reyes
In the midst of the Anthropocene our journey begins… Mission Rewild was founded to serve our natural world by providing an inspiring voice and a lasting vision rooted deeply in a more ecologically minded ethic.
ForELK is an all-volunteer-run organization started by Diana Oppenheim and Sprialeena Mason, that has had a huge influence on the push to save Tule elk at Point Reyes National Seashore. Their efforts are expanding now.
Trees are our oldest ecological allies, and our dearest of friends, emotionally and spiritually, says Jack Gescheidt, founder of The Tree Spriti Project. But he also cares greatly for Tule elk. Public lands are under assault by the private cattle industry--even in National Parks.
Billboard in San Francisco, funded from popular support by ForELK.org.
Peaceful rally organized by Jack Gescheidt to take down the fence keeping the Tule elk from adequate food and water during a drought, in the Tomales E