For primary contact, call or text Gary Nabhan, 928-225-0293 or 520-394-0026, or email firstname.lastname@example.orgJennifer Gooden, email@example.com.
Dinah Bear, works on environmental and humanitarian border issues and served for two decades as chief counsel for the President’s Council on Environmental Quality.
William deBuys, a celebrated New Mexican conservationist and writer, has authored several borderland books, including Salt Dreams. Hugh Fitzsimons, a bison rancher, is author of a Rock Between Two Rivers: Fracturing a Texas Family Ranch and a water conservation policy advocate from Dimmit County, Texas. Jennifer Gooden, is a conservation strategist with Cuenca Los Ojos and the Biophilia Foundation. Laiken Jordahl, borderlands campaigner with the Center for Biological Diversity was honored in the 2021 Wilderness Society list of 12 Environmental Voices making the world a better place. Verlon Jose, is the Governor of the Traditional O’odham Leaders and former vice-chair of the Tohono O’odham Nation. Ruben Martinez, award-winning journalist and filmmaker who holds the Fletcher Jones Chair at Loyola Marymount University, is author of Desert America and Crossing Over. Gary Paul Nabhan, is a Franciscan brother and Kellogg Endowed Chair in Border Food and Water Security at the University of Arizona who served on the National Parks System Advisory Board. Austin Nuñez, is Chair of the San Xavier District of the Tohono O’odham Nation and team member of the Healing the Border project of Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras. Richard Pritzlaff, is founding president of the Biophilia Foundation and a conservation biologist involved in restoring watersheds in the Southwest. Ron Pulliam, founder of the Borderlands Restoration Network and Wildlife Corridors, was National Biological Service director and science advisor to Secretary of Interior Bruce Babbitt. Tom Sisk, a native to New Mexico, is the Olajos-Goslow Southwestern Environmental Science and Policy at Northern Arizona University and a Leopold Leadership Fellow. Stephen Trimble, is an Ansel Adams Award-winning nature photographer, conservationist and author of The People: Indians of the American Southwest. Octaviana Trujillo, former chairwoman of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona, serves on the Joint Public Advisory Committee to the trinational Commission for Environmental Cooperation
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