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WildEarth Guardians cannot do the work we do without you. Share your voice and activism and speak up today for the wildlife, wild places, wild rivers and a safe climate we all cherish.

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Current Action Campaigns from WildEarth Guardians:

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Sign the Petition to Make our Public Lands Free of Cruel Trapping, Poisoning and Aerial Gunning

North Fork

Oil and Gas Industry Targeting Activists Amid Western Colorado Fracking Push

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Tell Congress: Say no to using sage grouse to give away our public lands

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You Can Help the Monarch Migration

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Wildlife Need Wild Places

Peabody Energy

Americans, not coal executives, come first

Beaver Creek Road View near Hogback Lookout, Helena National

Rewild and Restore Northern Rockies National Forests

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Don't Let Congress Target Wolves

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Tell Colorado Governor to Defend Against Trump’s Climate Denial

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Massive Coal Mining Proposed in Montana

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Let’s Make Our Public Lands Trap-Free

Get the Frack Out of Greater Chaco Logo

The Feds Wants to Auction Off More Public Lands to Fracking

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Stop Congressional Attacks on Rare Native Wildlife

Don't let this happen to YOUR public lands. pc WildEarth Gua

Help Block ‘Bundy Bill’ Seizure of Your Public Lands

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Join Us in Calling for Grazing Permit Retirement Legislation

 

Upcoming Events:

 Valle Del Oro National WL Refuge pc USFWS

Restore Habitat Near Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge

 cougar pc Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Guardians' annual Howling Affair takes place in Denver on May 5

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Support Guardians through Aveda’s Earth Month Events

Other Recent Emails from WildEarth Guardians:

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News from the Frontline

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In Recognition of International Women’s Day

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News from the Frontline

John Horning arrested 9.15.16 at the DOI

An update from Guardians Executive Director

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News from the Frontline

Pinon Pipeline Halted

We Did It! Another Oil Pipeline Bites the Dust

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News from the Frontline

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What the Donald Trump Election Means For Me

Progress for Protection Report Cover Image

Progress for Protection

photo credits: bobcat—Sam Parks photography. North Fork meme—EcoFlight. sage grouse—Noppadol Paothong. monarchs—Bethany Cotton, WildEarth Guardians. grizzly bears—Sam Parks. Peabody sign—WildEarth Guardians. Beaver Creek Road View near Hogback Lookout, Helena National Forest— flickr creative commons, Forest Service Northern Region. gray wolf—Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Spring Creek coal mine—WildEarth Guardians. bald eagle—adobestock.com. Chaco logo—WildEarth Guardians. gray wolf—Gary Kramer, USFWS. Ruby mountians private lands—WildEarth Guardians. rancher at sunset—dollarphotoclub.com. Valle de Oro National Wildilfe Refuge—USFWS. cougar—Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Rio Grande—Adriel Heisey. coyotes—dollarphotoclub.com. Women's March—WildEarth Guardians. Drake Power Plant—Denver Post. John Horning arrest—WildEarth Guardians. Rio Grande sign—WildEarth Guardians. Piñon oil pipeline—Carlan Tapp. YCC working on fencing—WildEarth Guardians. bald eagle—adobestock. Progress for Protection report—WildEarth Guardians.