Environmental Day at the Capitol

Please Join Us at Environmental Day at the Capitol Protect Arizona’s Future – Keep It Clean and Green Join environmental advocates from throughout the state, new and experienced, to meet with state legislators to express support for clean air, clean energy, and clean water, as well as land conservation, and more. Come be part of . . . → Read More: Environmental Day at the Capitol

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Your Cow-ments Needed! Deadline: January 20th, 2015

Great Old Broads for Wilderness is a national organization that engages and ignites the activism of elders to preserve and protect wilderness and wild lands. We bring voice, knowledge, commitment, and humor to the movement to protect our last wild places on earth. Your Cow-ments Needed! Deadline: January 20th, 2015 THESE ARE YOUR PUBLIC . . . → Read More: Your Cow-ments Needed! Deadline: January 20th, 2015

Great Old Broads event in Tucson!

Great Old Broads event in Tucson! Come have some fun with a great group of bros and broads

Come One and All (membership not required) January 14, 2015, 6 – 8 p.m.

http://azwmcl.org//TUC%20bb-event-flyer-form.pdf

Mexican Wolf Recovery Endangered

30-day Comment Period ends December 27, 2014 – YOU CAN HELP!

Advocates fear the extinction of the Mexican gray wolf, due to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s proposed changes to the federal rule governing the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction. More…find out what Broads are doing and how you can help…

 

. . . → Read More: Mexican Wolf Recovery Endangered

Live Feed at Pinetop AZGF for Commission Meeting

The Pinetop AZGF Department will have a live feed to the commission meeting! Please consider attending and expressing your opinions. Pinetop 2878 E. White Mountain Blvd. Pinetop, AZ 85935

928-367-4281

The lobos need as many pro-wolf supporters as possible to attend the meeting and speak up on their behalf. Even just being there . . . → Read More: Live Feed at Pinetop AZGF for Commission Meeting

Stand for Wolves on December 5th, 2014 in Phoenix!

 

Make a Holiday Ornament l Environmental Impact Statement Press Release l Greetings!

Please mark you calendars for Dec. 5th to make a difference for the Mexican Gray Wolf. We need at least 30 people to commit to showing up for the event below in order to alert the media and gain some much needed . . . → Read More: Stand for Wolves on December 5th, 2014 in Phoenix!

Enter Now: Grand Canyon Wolf Naming Contest!

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has confirmed, through DNA tests on scat, that there is a female northern Rockies gray wolf on the Kaibab National Forest, near the north rim of Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.

This brave female is the first wolf in this area for more than 70 years! This historic and . . . → Read More: Enter Now: Grand Canyon Wolf Naming Contest!

In the News: Female Wolf Travels Hundreds of Miles to Northern Arizona

Associated Press: Wildlife officials have confirmed the first gray wolf in northern Arizona in more than 70 years.

“We’ll let this wolf be a wolf where it’s at, and if it decides it’s going to move back north, it can do that. Or if somebody joins her, then that’s nature taking its course.” . . . → Read More: In the News: Female Wolf Travels Hundreds of Miles to Northern Arizona

If you want your grandchildren to hear the howl of the wolf….

The Proposed to Change Mexican Wolf Management Policies Doom Wolves Earth Justice: To Court for a Recovery Plan l Extinction Is Forever l Speak out against draft plan to allow more killing of critically endangered wolves! Deadline Sept. 23

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has released a draft proposal to change the . . . → Read More: If you want your grandchildren to hear the howl of the wolf….

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July 28, 2014 Our Wolves at Risk The White Mountain Conservation League encourages all to speak out for wolves. This is a critical moment for them.

From Defenders of Wildlife

Doomed to a slow extinction if the U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s proposal is finalized, there’s a lot . . . → Read More: