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Western Resource Advocates

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Western Resource Advocates (WRA) was founded in 1989 as a non-profit environmental law and policy organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the natural environment in the Interior West: Arizona, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. The group collaborates with local conservation and community groups to preserve the region's natural resources. With a team of lawyers, scientists and economists, WRA works to promote clean energy and reduce pollution and the threat of global warming; restore degraded river systems and encourage more efficient use of existing water supplies; and protect public lands from damage caused by energy development and unauthorized off-road vehicles.[1]

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Group details

Location: Headquarters in Boulder, CO, offices in Scottsdale, AZ; Carson City, NV; and Salt Lake City, UT
Group website: Western Resource Advocates
Contact: info [at] westernresources.org

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References

  1. About us, Western Resource Advocates, accessed March 2008.

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