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Liz Judge
Director of Media Relations
Tel: 415-217-2007

Jared Saylor
Campaign Director
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Kari Birdseye
National Press Secretary
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Maggie Caldwell
Press Secretary
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Jessica Hodge
Campaign Manager
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Brian Smith
Campaign Manager
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Debra Mayfield
Community Partnerships Manager
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June 1, 2005
Expanding military base is destroying the last surviving desert river in the Southwest
May 26, 2005
Federal Government Must Listen to Local Interests, Groups Say
May 5, 2005
Administration aims to reopen key undisturbed national forest lands to development
April 5, 2005
Groundwater-dependent growth destroying the last surviving desert river in the Southwest
February 17, 2005
Ten percent of historic population is all that remains
January 7, 2005
Court finds coalbed methane damages not adequately addressed
December 21, 2004
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Ordered to Reconsider Earlier Decision
December 8, 2004
Government says oil and gas industries are welcome to look at documents but public isn't
December 7, 2004
Outdoor industry company joins in call to preserve area
November 22, 2004
Action taken to protecting water quality
October 11, 2004
Court finds Interior Department gave no lawful reason for withholding details of 'No More Wilderness' settlement
September 16, 2004
Groundbreaking application turns out to be fatally flawed
August 11, 2004
Ruling may have widespread implications for Western energy production
June 28, 2004
Closed-door deal puts development of 150 million acres of public land ahead of wilderness protection.
June 9, 2004
UPDATE: BLM reverses decision, will now accept electronic comments