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Keith Kilbrun presents highlights from a Wilderness Therapy Conference at the University of Idaho in “Wilderness for Healing and Growing People.” And, Kenton Miller contributes to International Perspectives with commentary on the ecological services provided by wilderness and how these services support natural and human communities. He emphasizes that “For long-term survival, and therefore service to people and nature, these key sites (protected areas) need to be established and managed within a network of reserves connected by biodiversity-friendly corridors.” Other features of this issue are:

  • Transfrontier Conservation Areas
  • U.S. Wilderness Agenda
  • Wilderness Risk Management
  • Controversial Wildlife Issues