Diana Hadley

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Diana Hadley "is president of the Northern Jaguar Project. As associate curator of ethnohistory and director of the Arizona State Museum’s Office of Ethnohistorical Research at the University of Arizona, she specializes in the history of land use and ecological change in the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico. She has co-authored book-length studies of Aravaipa Canyon, San Rafael Valley, Bonita Creek, the Arizona-New Mexico borderlands, and upper San Pedro Valley. Raised in Arizona, Diana is the former operator of a family ranch. She has served on the board of directors of Native Seeds/SEARCH, the Audubon Research Ranch, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, and the Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission. Diana has organized conferences on grassland restoration, Native American sacred sites, deforestation in the Sierra Madres, prairie dog ecology, and restoration of the Santa Cruz River. She is one of the incorporators of Northern Jaguar Project, Inc. and has served as president since its inception." [1]

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  1. Directors, Northern Jaguar Project, accessed December 2, 2008.