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January 17, 2014 | Blog Post

Wolf Packs Targeted by Idaho Eradication Plan

Despite enacting the world’s first and best endangered species law, our hatred toward the wolf continues to loom large in some parts of this country. Consider Idaho, where the wolf lost its endangered species listing in 2011 and faces hostile measures.

November 15, 2013 | Blog Post

Reflecting on The Fight For This Good Earth

The approach of Thanksgiving is a good time to step back from the fast pace of our fight to protect the Earth and its people, and reflect on the many reasons to be grateful. Please join me and share what’s on your gratitude list by leaving a comment at the end of this piece.

November 13, 2013 | Blog Post

A Victory for Utah’s Red Rock Country

Signaling the end of an era in which off-road vehicles like ATVs and jeeps were allowed to run roughshod over public lands, a federal judge in Utah has struck down a Bureau of Land Management ORV plan for 2.1-million acres of central Utah.

October 18, 2013 | Blog Post

Supreme Court Preserves Victory Over Oil/Gas Development

It is rewarding to successfully wrap-up a case. This can be especially true when our work protects special places, preserving them for future generations. It is a pleasure to be able to point at a map and say, “Those are the places that were saved.”

October 16, 2013 | Case

Bison: Born to be Wild

Earthjustice litigation and advocacy helped make possible the reintroduction of native bison to Montana.

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