• Utah—SW Utah Broadband

    Utah—SW Utah Broadband Geographic area Southwestern Utah including the Virgin and Santa Clara River zones, extending outward from the area around St. George to support the neighboring southern regions in AZ and NV, north toward the Wasatch, east toward Moab, and the Four Corners region. Broadband Leaders: Jane Stewart Contact us: jstew9708@gmail.com Our corner of [...]

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  • Vermont—Nor’easter Broadband

    Vermont—Nor’easter Broads Geographic area We are a collaborative Broadband chapter, uniting around common interests and issues in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Broadband Leaders: Linda Graham (NH), Nancy Frost (MA), Lara Lonon (VT), Theo Pratt and Meg Braley (ME) Contact us: noreasterbroads@gmail.com Welcome to the Nor'easter Broads Broadband! Linda Graham, New Hampshire Nancy Frost, [...]

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  • Washington – Polly Dyer Seattle Broadband

    Washington—Polly Dyer Seattle Broadband Geographic area Seattle, Bellevue, Snoqualmie, Bainbridge, Puget Sound north of Olympia Broadband Leaders: Penelope Peterson, Genia Moncada, and Barbara Muirhead Contact us: peepsloraine@gmail.com Focus Areas: Restoration of Salmon Habitat Preservation of Southern Pod Orcas Removal of Snake River Dams Noxious Weed control King County Coordination with regional chapters of Great Old [...]

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  • Washington—South Sound Broadband

    Washington—South Sound Broadband Geographic area Thurston, Mason, Lewis and Grays Harbor Counties. Broadband Leaders: Mary Taylor Goforth Contact us: taylor.goforth1@gmail.com Focus areas: Advocating for the removal of the 4 lower Snake River dams Making public lands a part of the solution to climate disruption Supporting and supplementing President Biden's 30/30 plan for healthy forests and increased [...]

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  • Washington—North Olympic Peninsula Broadband

    Washington—North Olympic Peninsula Broadband Geographic area Serving San Juan, Island, Clallam and Jefferson counties of NW Washington. Broadband Leaders: Krestine Reed Contact us: nopbroads@gmail.com Meet our spankin' new Broadband, the North Olympic Peninsula Broads! NOP Broads will offer knowledge based stewardship and advocacy in a swath of the Pacific Northwest ecosystem from the Pacific Coast [...]

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  • Broads Blog: May, 2022—The Sweet, Mossy Smell of Success

    The Sweet, Mossy Smell of Success May 2022 by Suez Jacobsen Success. What does it look like, in the press, on the tube? Is it big and bold, loud and seen? Or when you think of success, do mosses come to mind? Mosses? Did I say mosses? Most of us aren’t botanists, so what might […]

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  • Corina Lopez

    Corina Lopez

    Corina Lopez Corina has been a champion for the disenfranchised and disadvantaged since she began her formal political work as a parks advocate two decades ago. She met the most courageous and unapologetic women advocating for public lands through the NorCal Broadband, became involved with them in the Red Road to DC Totem Pole Journey, [...]

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  • Laura Hodge

    Laura Hodge Laura has always been rooted in community by being a voice for collaboration and making a positive difference for those around her. She took on an effort in 2014 to protect the mountains around her Coker Creek home through the Tennessee Wilderness Act. There, Laura led a diverse coalition of stakeholders through five [...]

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  • Anna Lee Vargas

    Anna Lee Vargas

    Anna Lee Vargas Anna Lee Vargas is a sixth generation San Luis Valley Native born and raised in Manassa, Colorado. She attended Adams State University where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology with an emphasis in Social Welfare and Spanish, Liberal Arts. Anna Lee describes herself as a natural born advocate and [...]

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