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Contact WildEarth Guardians – address, phone number, and media contacts

Contact Us

WildEarth Guardians’ main office is located in Santa Fe. Address: 516 Alto Street, Santa Fe, NM, 87501

To contact a specific member of Guardians’ staff, visit our staff page.

For information on volunteering for WildEarth Guardians, visit our volunteer page.

Media Inquiries

WildEarth Guardians engages the media to inform, inspire, and activate. We often find ourselves in the middle of one controversy or another, and for that reason WildEarth Guardians is in the news somewhere nearly every day. You can count on WildEarth Guardians' bold and innovative campaigns to create real results.

Climate & Energy Issues
Jeremy Nichols, Climate and Energy Program Director
303.437.7663 | Email | Follow

Wild Rivers Issues

Jen Pelz, Wild Rivers Program Director
303.884.2702 | Email | Follow

Wildlife Issues
Bethany Cotton, Wildlife Program Director
503.327.4923 | Email | Follow

Public Lands Issues
Judi Brawer, Public Lands Program Director
208.871.0596 | Email | Follow

Recent Stories

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Healing

October 5, 2018

This text was originally a speech delivered at the Guardians Gala on September 21, 2018

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Grizzly Guardian

August 22, 2018

Coming full circle in the battle to protect the West’s wildest bruin

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Why legislation authorizing permanent retirement of livestock grazing permits matters

July 23, 2018

Keeping livestock off public lands has many benefits, but existing law doesn’t allow for permanent livestock grazing permit retirement

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WildEarth Guardians Press

Time for Game and Fish to dump trapping

Albuquerque Journal | Aug 31, 2018

“Take a child hunting, fishing or trapping.” Hunting and angling – when done right and informed by the best available science – are fair-chase pursuits of food and learning. Trapping is, at best, a financial net-zero activity that perpetuates cruelty, privatizes a public resource, and endangers the safety of people, companion animals and imperiled species.

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All Guardians Op-Eds

Chaco needs congressional leadership
The Santa Fe New Mexican | Mar 24, 2018
Valuable wolf now refugee, hostage
The Albuquerque Journal | Feb 24, 2018

Group says devices kill non-target wildlife, including pets

Daily Inter Lake | Dec 9, 2018

Federal wildlife workers kill coyotes in Montana with an arsenal of lethal approaches. They shoot them from helicopters. They shoot them from airplanes. They employ leghold traps. They set snares. And they use M-44 devices that, once triggered, spray sodium cyanide into the carnivores’ mouths, where it mixes with moisture to form deadly cyanide gas.

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