Mutual Aid Wildlife
Rehabilitation Center

Intersectional Environmentalism* and Reciprocity

Expansive intersectionality is required if we are going to win the fight for ecological and social justice.

*Intersectional environmentalism is a term created and defined by Leah Thomas

“When times are easy and there’s plenty to go around, individual species can go it alone. But when conditions are harsh and life is tenuous, it takes a team sworn to reciprocity to keep life going forward. In a world of scarcity, interconnection and mutual aid become critical for survival.”
― Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass  

Our Programs

Mutual Aid Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Inc. is breaking new ground in the field of wildlife rehabilitation. Believing in the power of mycelial connectivity, our programs serve to build the world we want to live in.