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John Davis

John Davis has been described as “a triathlete meets John Muir.” He is a cofounder of Wildlands Network, former editor of the journal Wild Earth, program officer at Foundation for Deep Ecology, conservation director of Adirondack Council, and ongoing volunteer land ranger in Split Rock Wildway. John lives in Essex, New York.
Big, Wild, and Connected

Big, Wild, and Connected

Scouting an Eastern Wildway from the Everglades to Quebec

In 2011, adventurer and conservationist John Davis walked, cycled, skied, canoed, and kayaked on an epic 10-month, 7,600-mile journey that took him from the keys of Florida to a remote seashore in northeastern Quebec.

Big, Wild, and Connected

Part 3: From the Adirondack Mountains to the Gaspé Peninsula
This E-ssential is a three-part series that covers John Davis's epic journey from Florida to Maine. In 2011, with support from the Wildlands Network, Davis traveled 7,600 miles in 10 months from Florida to Maine by foot, bicycle, skis, and canoe/...

Big, Wild, and Connected

Part 2: From the Central Appalachians to the Catskill Mountains

This E-ssential is a three-part series that covers John Davis's epic journey from Florida to Maine. In 2011, with support from the Wildlands Network, Davis traveled 7,600 miles in 10 months from Florida to Maine by foot, bicycle, skis, and canoe/...