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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. You can count on WildEarth Guardians staff members for accurate information and a timely response. For general media inquires, please contact WildEarth Guardians' Communications Manager, Matthew Koehler, at 406.396.0321 or mkoehler@wildearthguardians.org. Specific inquires can also be made to the program directors below.

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

Wild Places Issues
Andrew Rothman, Wild Places Program Director
303.501.5815 | Email | Follow

Recent Stories

WildEarth Webinar: Fire and Forest Ecology in the American West

June 11, 2021

Our guests cut through years of misinformation and misdirection to make an impassioned, evidence-based argument for a new paradigm of fire and forest management

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Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante restored

October 22, 2021

Let’s all celebrate this monumental win even as we know we’ll need to prepare to defend these special landscapes from future attacks

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WildEarth Guardians Press

Biden Administration Defends Wildlife Services’ Killing of Eight Wolf Pups in Idaho

Counter Punch | Oct 6, 2021

The Biden administration has defended the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services’ actions in Idaho after the agency preemptively killed eight wolf pups from Idaho’s Timberline pack in response to complaints from a rancher grazing livestock on public lands.

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Study shows southeast New Mexico water gets scarcer in coming decades

Carlsbad Current Argus | Oct 22, 2021

Farmers and ranchers in the Pecos River Basin of southeast New Mexico could be in for hotter temperatures and scarcer water in the coming years, per a recent study by the federal Bureau of Reclamation.

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