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Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk: From Bears Ears to Brunot to Broads

Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk: From Bears Ears to Brunot to Broads Meet Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, one of the newest members of Broads’ Council of Advisors. Regina is a member of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe of Towaoc, Colorado, former co-chair for the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition, and a dedicated public lands advocate. Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk Regina first became involved [...]

Great Tide Rising

Kathleen Dean Moore

Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming

Paul Hawken

No One is Too Small to Make a Difference

Greta Thunberg

As Long as Grass Grows: The Indigenous Fight for Environmental Justice, From Colonization to Standing Rock

Dina Gilio-Whitaker

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Public Lands and Climate

Climate activist and Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Executive Director, Shelley Silbert, to speak to Mid-Pen March 14. “Our wild landscapes have been drilled and mined for energy for over a century, but now we know that these very activities are leading to global environmental disaster,” Silbert said. “We believe land that belongs to the […]

Broads’ Executive Director Shares How to Protect the Environment

Local advocates share stories on Durango Diaries of how small movements can grow. Storytellers include Bears Ears advocate Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, Great Old Broads for the Wilderness Executive Director Shelley Silbert, City of Durango Sustainability Coordinator Imogen Ainsworth and Durango Cannabis Company co-founder, Nic Borst.

The Wildwaters Broadband Restores Gunflint Trail

The Wild Waters Broadband, a Minnesota chapter of 40 women ranging in age from 50–80, of the Great Old Broads for Wilderness spent a weekend at Camp Menogyn on the Gunflint Trail to hike and clear portage entrances. 

Breaking Up with Bears Ears Suit

Breaking Up with Bears Ears Suit Local officials in San Juan County, Utah, recently voted to rescind the work of their predecessors and reproach President Trump for reducing the Bears Ears National Monument, but attorneys representing the county in federal court don’t seem to have gotten the memo.