Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
Pushing for Better Enforcement of the ESA - Native animals and plants continue to decline as ecosystems crumble under the weight of far too much oil and gas exploration.
Environmental groups claim that uncontrolled development of floodplains along the Rio Grande and San Juan River is harming endangered fish and wildlife
FEMA should be required to take into account the environmental effects of their actions, just like every other federal agency.
Contact: WildEarth Guardians
Throughout the West, increasing the efficiency of irrigation is one of the most effective ways to ensure water is available for river habitat to enhance river flows and protect endangered species.
A history, review, and prospectus
As western economies change from being extractive based to more environmentally friendly, non-commodity values such as wildlife, water quality, and recreation are increasingly important
The species listed here have one thing in common: they are being driven to extinction by historic and ongoing abusive grazing.
Devastated New Mexico rivers and streamside ecosystems
These once biologically rich areas are in the "worst shape in history," according to the EPA
Riparian areas, instead of being lush green oasis in the hot dry climate, are void of vegetation, eroding and, frequently as dry as uplands.