John Horning, Executive Director, WildEarth Guardians
John Horning | Nov 15, 2019Read more
When the very icons and namesakes that define our national parks can no longer survive, we have a problem that should alarm every citizen of our great nation.
John Horning | Oct 30, 2019Read more
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve thought beavers were worthy of my admiration. Sadly, beavers have been eradicated from literally tens of thousands of miles of streams and small rivers—the victims of both trapping and habitat degradation.
John Horning | Oct 21, 2019Read more
This piece originally appeared in the Santa Fe New Mexican on October 19th, 2019
John Horning | Sep 22, 2019Read more
This speech was originally delivered at Guardians’ Gala in Santa Fe on September 20, 2019
John Horning | May 09, 2019Read more
This speech was originally delivered at Guardians’ Howling Affair in Denver on May 3, 2019
John Horning | Apr 09, 2019Read more
Legislation Big Step Forward, But More Needed to Protect Communities and Safeguard Sacred Landscape
John Horning | Feb 13, 2019Read more
In Seton’s case, the leap from trapper who calls wolves “pests” to wildlife advocate is nothing less than profound
John Horning | Feb 06, 2019Read more
Guardians’ John Horning encounters a trapping crime scene
John Horning | Jan 31, 2019Read more
Dave Clark loved his dog, Roxy. He also loved his daily walks with Roxy, many of which they took on public lands near the northern New Mexico town...
John Horning | Jan 29, 2019Read more
This piece originally appeared in the Santa Fe New Mexican on 1/26/19