Greta Anderson

Greta Anderson is the Deputy Director of Western Watersheds Project where she advocates for the protection of wildlife and plants from the direct and indirect threats of livestock grazing on public lands. She focuses on the Mexican gray wolf in Arizona and New Mexico and educates the public, policymakers, and elected officials about the value of the lobos' return to the southwestern landscape. Her formal degrees are in geography (M.A., University of Arizona) and ethnobotany (B.A., Prescott College). She's not yet seen a Mexican wolf in the wild, but their howls and footprints have sparked an unending passion for their continued restoration and recovery throughout their chosen range. 

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