Environmental Groups Sue U.S. Forest Service to Protect Endangered Jumping Mouse

Environmental Groups Sue U.S. Forest Service to Protect Endangered Jumping Mouse

By Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer Conservation groups are suing the U.S. Forest Service, alleging that it has failed to protect one of Arizona and New Mexico’s smallest, most endangered creatures. The New Mexico meadow jumping mouse, found only in parts of AZ and N.M., has seen a significant decline after habitats in the Sacramento Mountains were […]

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Interview of the Week: Senator Tom Udall

Interview of the Week: Senator Tom Udall

Today would have been Stewart Udall’s 100th birthday and to honor the occasion we wanted to ask his son, Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico, about his father’s legacy and the ways in which it resonates in today’s world. We wanted to thank the Senator for his touching words, we hope you enjoy!   ODP: […]

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