Great Old Broads for Wilderness Speaker-Bryan Bird, WildEarth Guardians

Sangre de Cristo Broadband Meeting



Contact Info:

Free. Please RSVP: Carol Johnson 505-757-2988

Event Description

Great Old Broads for Wilderness
Sangre de Cristo Broadband Meeting

6pm to 7pm, Monday, OCT. 21st
At REI Meeting Room, Santa Fe Railyard

We invite you to a talk by Bryan Bird, WildEarth Guardians’ Wild Places Program Director and a conservation hero. WildEarth Guardians protects and restores wildlife, wild rivers, and wild places in the American West. Bryan will discuss Off-Road Vehicle Reform, Restoration and Grazing Permit Retirement. 

Bryan received his Masters in conservation biology from New Mexico State University in 1995 and holds an undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1990. He has undertaken conservation research, planning, and protection projects in Central America, Mexico, and the Southwestern United States. Since first working for Guardians in 1996, Bryan has focused on restoration of national forestlands and their critical ecological processes, as well as monitoring, reviewing, and challenging Forest Service proposals and land management plans. He currently serves as a volunteer on the New Mexico Collaborative Forest Restoration Program Federal Advisory Committee. Bryan lives with his family in the Santa Fe River watershed and in his spare time enjoys skiing, mountain biking, traveling and on occasion surfing. Bryan also leads WEG's Clean Waters, Wild Forests and Grazing Retirement priority campaigns.