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WildEarth Guardians’ priority campaigns

Priorities
WildEarth Guardians’ priority campaigns reflect the most urgent issues that we face in the American West. Each is designed to have the greatest impact. Through strategic focus, measurable goals, and targeted funding, we are able to stretch our conservation dollars and make progress toward cleaner air, more abundant wildlife, protected lands, and restored rivers.

Endangered Species Act Defense

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Public Lands in Public Hands

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End the War on Wildlife

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Rio Grande: America's Great River

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Greater Chaco

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Keep It in the Ground

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The Greater Gila

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Recent Stories

Healthy Public Lands Conference in Salt Lake City June 1-3

March 31, 2022

Join us and contribute to a collective vision for managing public lands that prioritizes healthy watersheds and ecosystems rather than livestock production

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Major shift in national wildfire policy needed

May 17, 2022

Emphasis must be on protecting homes and communities while recognizing the crucial ecosystem benefits that fire provides

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Major shift in national wildfire policy needed

May 17, 2022

Emphasis must be on protecting homes and communities while recognizing the crucial ecosystem benefits that fire provides

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Major shift in national wildfire policy needed

May 17, 2022

Emphasis must be on protecting homes and communities while recognizing the crucial ecosystem benefits that fire provides

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WildEarth Guardians' Newsroom

The simple, big reason Colorado’s rivers are drying up

The Colorado Sun | Apr 6, 2022

Icy beads of water are beginning to form and flow off the San Juan Mountains in southern Colorado. As the droplets merge into tiny trickles, they are pulled on vast journeys to the rivers who carry them to the sea.

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All Guardians Op-Eds

All Guardians Op-Eds

Fish and Wildlife Service releases draft recommended decision for Mexican wolves

NM Political Report | May 14, 2022

A draft recommended decision in the Mexican gray wolf recovery plan would eliminate the population cap and temporarily restrict when a wolf can be killed, but environmental advocates say it still falls short of the reforms needed to ensure genetic diversity.

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All Guardians In the News

All Guardians In the News