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Because of Your Gifts...Thank You For Helping to Keep Volcan Mountain Wild!

2014 Fall-Kids With Cameras on Volcan Mountain-Photo by Jeff Holt

The ‘wild’ and ‘wilderness’ have long been at the heart of humans, as well as, quite naturally, in our fellow creatures.

This year marks fifty years since the historic Wilderness Act was signed into law acknowledging that wilderness, and keeping large areas of nature wild, honors a great gift of nature that benefits wildlife and humans, and resonates with our heart.

Giving & Receiving: Gifts From and For Nature on #GivingTuesday

The #GivingTuesday movement is an exciting and tangible response to Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and now Grey Thursday(?!)—can’t we please keep calling it Thanksgiving?  Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays-even with the running around to visit family—I feel so blessed to have family whom I want to be with to run around to.  I al

Volcan Mountain Foundation Supporters Get Down to Earth at Cook Pigs Ranch

Photo courtesy of Ralph Deem

An unseasonably hot September day turned to a perfect, balmy summer evening for the Volcan Mountain Foundation’s (VMF) 2014 Wild West Pork Fest benefit on Saturday the 13th.  Nearly 60 guests and sponsors turned out for the much-anticipated farm-to-table dinner hosted by Cook Pigs Ranch and several other

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