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Press & Campaign Contacts

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

Jared Saylor
Campaign Director
Tel: 202-667-4500, x5213

Terry Winckler
Managing Editor
Tel: 415-217-2016

Kari Birdseye.

Kari Birdseye
National Press Secretary
Tel: 415-217-2098

Maggie Caldwell

Maggie Caldwell
Press Secretary
Tel: 415-217-2084

Jessica Hodge
Campaign Manager
Tel: 202-667-4500, ext. 5201

Keith Rushing
Campaign Press Secretary
Tel: 202-667-4500, ext. 5236

Brian Smith
Campaign Manager
Tel: 415-217-2014

Kathleen Sutcliffe
Campaign Manager
Tel: 212-845-7380

Debra Mayfield
Community Partnerships Manager
Tel: 202-797-5222

January 24, 2003
DC region faces stronger anti-pollution measures to protect health
January 24, 2003
Hiding Behind Uncertain Science, Government Turns Its Back on Depleted Atlantic Sharks
January 23, 2003
Spotty environmental record raises concerns
January 21, 2003
Third court decision against Bush administration on Trade Issues in Last Month
January 17, 2003
Rich biological area in the crosshairs
January 16, 2003
Independent scientists conclude Pacific Lumber practices cause downstream floods; Ancient redwoods in Humboldt State Park dying from logging induced impacts
January 15, 2003
Sue and Settle Pattern Continues
January 10, 2003
Salmon still in hot water
January 10, 2003
Thirty-year-old protections at risk
January 9, 2003
Lawsuit filed today to protect the health of California's citizens and waterways
January 7, 2003
Snowmobiles, dirtbikes, all-terrain vehicles are subject of challenge
January 6, 2003
Appeal filed today to protect the health of California's citizens and waterways
January 6, 2003
Agency stands firm on public health protections, rejects ozone sunblock theory
January 6, 2003
New law makes it easy for federal government to give away some of America's most treasured wild lands for development.
January 6, 2003
Deaths in September due to low water