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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: 301 N. Guadalupe, Suite 201

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
Lindsay Larris, Wildlife Program Director
310.923.1465 | Email | Follow

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

 

 

Recent Stories

Recovering Mexican spotted owls and restoring trust

October 30, 2020

At a time when my faith in many American institutions is declining, I still have faith in some of the good people who serve in government

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WildEarth Guardians Press

National Forest Roads and Wildfire

Counter Punch | Oct 8, 2020

Earlier this year we released a report titled “The Environmental Consequences of Forest Roads and Achieving a Sustainable Road System,” which updated a previous literature review on this topic by adding fifty-nine new citations along with several new sections.

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Trump Admin Just Stripped Gray Wolves of Endangered Species Act Protection Across Lower 48 States

Enviro News | Oct 29, 2020

In 1978, the gray wolf was listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act in every state in the contiguous U.S. except Minnesota, where it was listed as threatened. Since then, farmers, ranchers, Sen. John Barrasso and Administrations from Clinton and Bush to Obama and Trump have tried to oust the iconic animal from the endangered list.

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