Someday the COVID-19 pandemic will be history. 

When it fades from daily consideration, imperiled species restoration will continue to stand as evidence of our ability to repair the natural world.  Such reparations buoy faith in our ability to heal an injured planet as a hedge against the next zoonotic disease.  Hope is always valuable, and never more so than now as our relationship with Mother Earth buckles under the twin assaults of rampant exploitation and persistent disregard.

A restorative, caring relationship is sorely needed on all landscapes.

Imperiled species restoration makes clear that we can satisfy that need.