The Horses Are Still Suffering

The Horses Are Still Suffering

Cumberland Island faces a lot of serious threats these days—including a proposed 88-acre development next to Sea Camp, and a... more

Carol Ruckdeschel nominated for Georgia Author of the Year Awards

Carol Ruckdeschel nominated for Georgia Author of the Year Awards

Cumberland Island biologist Carol Ruckdeschel has been nominated for the 2018 Georgia Author of the Year Awards in the history/biography... more

Organizations standing together against the Spaceport

Organizations standing together against the Spaceport

Wild Cumberland is standing alongside several organizations and businesses in opposing the proposed spaceport across from Cumberland Island. The Georgia... more

How to Comment Effectively on the Proposed Spaceport

How to Comment Effectively on the Proposed Spaceport

It is perfectly OK to raise an issue about the Draft EIS with no support for your arguments. The burden... more

Spaceport EIS disregards health and safety

Spaceport EIS disregards health and safety

Here is a link to the environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed Spaceport directly across from Cumberland Island. There... more

Now or Never: Stop the Development on Cumberland

Now or Never: Stop the Development on Cumberland

An 88-acre private beachfront development has been proposed for Cumberland Island National Seashore, the country's largest and wildest barrier island.... more

Cumberland in Crisis

Cumberland in Crisis

Check out the latest update to the subdivision saga on Cumberland Island. Will development destroy one of the last wild... more

Don't Believe the Hype

Don’t Believe the Hype

A recent story in Great Britain's Daily Mail promoted the "wild" horses of Cumberland. Unfortunately, the story contains many inaccuracies... more

Hot off the Press: A Natural History of Cumberland Island

Hot off the Press: A Natural History of Cumberland Island

This is the essential book for anyone who cares about Cumberland. Carol has spent four decades collecting data and studying... more

Rally for Cumberland Island: June 24

Rally for Cumberland Island: June 24

Hope to see you there. Meanwhile, Camden County will make its final decisions about development on Cumberland tonight. Please call... more

Horses: Enslaved in hostile terrain for our viewing pleasure

Horses: Enslaved in hostile terrain for our viewing pleasure

Outraged? Let the Park Service know. They want to hear from YOU. It is time that we stepped up FOR... more

Now Is The Time

Now Is The Time

Now is the time to stop the development planned for Cumberland Island. A coalition of environmental organizations have teamed up... more

Rally for Cumberland Island

Rally for Cumberland Island

There is still a chance to stop development on Cumberland Island. The June 24 rally will be an important and... more

A Reply to The Reverend

A Reply to The Reverend

Alex Kearns wrote this response to Sam Candler, a Coca-Cola heir who is attempting to develop an 87-acre subdivision on Cumberland... more

Sample Letter for Proposed Subdivision

Sample Letter for Proposed Subdivision

This letter written by Diane Klement powerfully expresses the main concerns about the proposed subdivision. Feel free to copy and... more

Subdivision Hearing Postponed to April 4

Subdivision Hearing Postponed to April 4

Regarding the public hearing concerning the Camden County Planning Commission’s decision to grant a hardship variance for a proposed subdivision... more

Would A Subdivision Be Allowed in Yellowstone or Yosemite?

Would A Subdivision Be Allowed in Yellowstone or Yosemite?

David Kyler, executive director of the Center for a Sustainable Coast, wrote a powerful op-ed about Cumberland Iskand in this... more

MUST WATCH: A Turtle Crawl on Cumberland

MUST WATCH: A Turtle Crawl on Cumberland

Watch a powerful video of a loggerhead sea turtle nesting on Cumberland Island National Seashore.more

View of the Proposed Subdivision

View of the Proposed Subdivision

The photo shows where the 88-acre development will be located in relation to Sea Camp dock, where most visitors arrive... more

Bicycles and the Wilderness

Bicycles and the Wilderness

The "no bicycles allowed" sign on the Duckhouse Trail at the beach was recently vandalized -- torn off.  Bicycles regularly... more

What You Can Do

What You Can Do

So many of you have asked what you can do about the Cumberland Island variance appeal. Lumar LLC wishes to... more

Keeping It Wild

Keeping It Wild

What exactly is wilderness? What are we fighting for on Cumberland Island and other wild places across the country? David... more

Sample Letter: Stop the Subdivision

Sample Letter: Stop the Subdivision

For those interested in opposing the proposed subdivision on Cumberland Island, here is a sample letter. Comments must be received... more

URGENT: Stop the Subdivision on Cumberland

URGENT: Stop the Subdivision on Cumberland

An island family is proposing to build a new 10-lot subdivision less than a quarter-mile from Sea Camp on Cumberland... more

More Wilderness Mismanagement

More Wilderness Mismanagement

Hurricane Matthew pruned and removed weakened tree from the island forest, leaving the Main Road impassable by a vehicle. The... more

Hurricane Matthew's aftermath

Hurricane Matthew’s aftermath

Carol Ruckdeschel provided these photos from the beaches of Cumberland Island. The first photo shows the wrack-covered beach near Sea... more

The Hard Truth About Horses

The Hard Truth About Horses

The Hard Truth about Horses The beloved horses of Cumberland Island are starving and suffering. Using contraception to humanely reduce their numbers is the best long-term solution.more

A Sticky Situation for Feral Horses

A Sticky Situation for Feral Horses

This photo from Brickhill Marsh on the north end of Cumberland shows a feral horse stuck in the marsh. Horses on... more

Another dead foal

Another dead foal

This dead foal carcass was found recently near Stafford on Cumberland Island.  Many of the island's feral horses are starving,... more

WILL THEY SURVIVE?

WILL THEY SURVIVE?

These horses were observed at Stafford Field on Cumberland Island last week. The beloved horses of Cumberland Island are starving and... more

Spaceport launch path

Spaceport launch path

What will happen if Spaceport Camden is approved? Steve Weinkle created this powerful visual to show the impact and dangers it... more

Spaceport will require Cumberland closures

Spaceport will require Cumberland closures

The proposed Camden Spaceport -- which would be located directly across from Cumberland Island National Seashore -- released maps of... more

Toxic waters lurk beneath Port of St. Marys proposal

Toxic waters lurk beneath Port of St. Marys proposal

A developer is planning to build a barge port at the former Gilman Paper Mill site along the St. Marys... more

Spaceport Across from Cumberland?

Spaceport Across from Cumberland?

Camden County, Georgia has proposed to develop and operate a commercial space launch site at Floyd’s neck, just opposite the... more

High Tide

High Tide

Tides rise higher during the new and full moons. Last week's full moon brought especially high tides that swallowed a... more

Machines and the Wilderness

Machines and the Wilderness

The National Park Service continues to use a masticator to clear trees and brush along the road through the wilderness,... more

Sierra Club visits Cumberland

Sierra Club visits Cumberland

Over 90 Sierra Club members journeyed to Cumberland Island last weekend to visit with Carol Ruckdeschel and learn about its... more

Think About the Horses

Think About the Horses

Horses were released on Cumberland Island in the 1920s for profit and pleasure—our pleasure, not theirs. They are grassland animals,... more

Cumberland Considers Raising Visitor Limit

Cumberland Considers Raising Visitor Limit

The Cumberland Island superintendent is weighing the possibility of increasing the visitor limit on Cumberland. A coalition of environmental groups have... more

Feral horse reduction proposed for Cumberland

Feral horse reduction proposed for Cumberland

Today Cumberland Island superintendent Gary Ingram announced plans to reduce the number of feral horses roaming Cumberland Island. The horses, which... more

Sea Camp dock temporarily closed

Sea Camp dock temporarily closed

Sea Camp dock will be closed for a few weeks while the dock is rebuilt. For the rest of September,... more

50 Years of Neglect

50 Years of Neglect

The Wilderness Act turned 50 last year. But how has the National Park Service handled wilderness issues over the past... more

Razing the Wilderness

Razing the Wilderness

Cumberland Island managers have approved the regular clearing and razing of vegetation alongside roads and trails in the wilderness. Many... more

Fired Up

Fired Up

The new fire management plan for Cumberland Island has serious flaws, says Carol Ruckdeschel. Here's why. more

Managing Wilderness: An Oxymoron

Managing Wilderness: An Oxymoron

Carol Ruckdeschel offers a quick wilderness primer. more

New Fire Plan Ignores Wilderness

New Fire Plan Ignores Wilderness

The National Park Service approved a new fire management plan last week which disregards wilderness law in favor of convenience.... more

Spaceport proposed across from Cumberland

Spaceport proposed across from Cumberland

A spaceport has been proposed directly across from Cumberland Island. The private launchpad could lead to park closures, pollution, and problems for wildlife.more

Fire on the Island

Fire on the Island

Carol Ruckdeschel explains how fire mismanagement is damaging Cumberland Island and why Cumberland needs a better plan.more

Canaveral Whistleblower Wins Again

Canaveral Whistleblower Wins Again

Carol Ruckdeschel isn't the only watchdog keeping an eye on the National Park Service. Dr. Candace Carter, a biological technician... more

Why fire matters

Why fire matters

For decades, Smokey the Bear has indoctrinated us with the idea that fire is bad for forests. Smokey the Bear was... more

 

 

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