A few words towards Rewilding from Mountains & Rivers Media founder John Canan, on the essence of the work we provide:
The Potomac Highlands of West Virginia is truly one of the most scenic areas within the central Appalachian Mountains. Features seven natural wonders: Unforgettable places such as Dolly Sods, Blackwater Falls, the New River, the Gauley River, Spruce Knob, the Monongahela National Forest, the George Washington National Forest to have wondrous experiences and to create lifelong memories. The historic and scenic places such as Greenland Gap, Ice Mountain, Lost River State Park, North Fork Mountain, Seneca Rocks, Seneca Caverns, and Smoke Hole Caverns. Most of the places in the Potomac Highlands have incredible conservation stories that are still unfolding as people and organizations work together to protect, restore, and preserve this unique landscape and its wildlife for generations to come.
"Of these places, I am inseparable, and they are inseparable from me. The genius loci — the spirit of place at work. "
We collectively referred to these unique bioregions as the Potomac Highlands. And wherever I go — even thousands of miles away, and however long I linger apart from them, these places their genius loci propel my heart: Beat-by-beat, and always beckons me Home.
As Fred R. Barnard put it, “one picture is worth a thousand words. Experience the spirit of place as conveyed in curated prints for conservation collection.
Beautify Your Space and Help Them Protect Theirs
Prints for Conservation (tm) bring to you the opportunity to give back to lands you love and the organizations that still work to restore them. This curated collection of prints promotes personal connections with nature. Featuring some recent victories for nature resulting from outcomes that have required decades of work by countless people at all levels.
Here are some highlights of the Potomac Highlands
To learn more about the Potomac Highlands region check with the West Virginia Tourism Website
Learn more about conservation and stewardship efforts and volunteer opportunities check in with these folks: