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A Journey to Preservation

The Wilderness of Cumberland Island

“The idea of wilderness needs no defense, it only needs more defenders. Remaining silent about the destruction of nature is an endorsement of that destruction.”

– Edward Abbey

Atlanta Science Festival 2024: Art of Activism

Wild Cumberland is proud to partner with Atlanta Science Festival, our new friends at 7 Stages Theatre, and renowned artist Dorothy O’Connor to curate an immersive experience that brings scientists, artists, and community members together! 

Join us March 10th @ 12:00PM at 7 Stages Theatre

Tickets will be handled by Atlanta Science Festival and will be available February 23rd.

New Wild Cumberland Podcast!

In this episode, we’ll discuss the new super, our event with the Atlanta Science Festival and our Commitment to Cumberland 2024 program!

New Comments on eBike Usage

Read the comments submitted to the NPS’ Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) for electric bike use. 

Superintendent Departs CUIS

Superintendent Ingram Departs CUIS. Read more about the details of his tenure here.

Feral Horse Suit Filed 4/1/23

Learn more about the lawsuit filed related to feral horses of Cumberland Island.

View Our Comments for VUMP

DNR is reviewing VUMP to ensure it's consistent with enforceable environmental policies.

Track Spaceport Latest Updates

The FAA has released the official record of the decision on the Camden County Spaceport.

Fire Management on Cumberland Island
Fire Management on Cumberland

Learn more about how NPS is managing controlled-fires on Cumberland Island.

Bike Rentals on Cumberland

Bike rentals are still currently unavailable on Cumberland Island National Seashore.

South Cut Trail Closed

South Cut Trail remains closed between the main road and Killman Field Trail due to washout.

Seashore to Stop Accepting Cash

By doing this change, NPS is missing an opportunity to ensure equitable access to ALL park users.

Featured Photos

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