Thursday, April 11, 2019,
Albuquerque Friends Meeting House
1600 5th Street Northwest
(see map below right)
Update from New Mexico Wild on the 2019 Legislative Session, Protecting the Gila River, and more!
Join us for an update from our friends at New Mexico Wild about what was accomplished for wildlife and wild lands during the most recent legislative session, ongoing efforts to protect the Gila River with a Wild and Scenic River designation (and how you can help!), and more.
Staff Attorney for NM Wild
Judy moved to New Mexico in 2001, inspired by a life-long fascination with the West. After completing degrees in Biology and Philosophy and working on several political campaigns, she realized her true passion to be environmental policy. She completed her law degree at the University of New Mexico, as well as a Master’s in Environmental Law and Policy at the Vermont Law School. Judy has worked at the City of Albuquerque as an Energy and Wildlife Consultant, at WildEarth Guardians on endangered species litigation, and at an environmental law firm in Atlanta opposing new coal plants. She is based in the Albuquerque office and is responsible for agency oversight as part of our Wilderness Protection program.
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