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January 23, 2015 @ 7:00 pm

Tom Horton - 01.25.15

Tom Horton covered environmental issues for the Baltimore Sun from 1974 until 2006. He is author of several books about Chesapeake Bay and has written for magazines including National GeographicRolling StoneThe New York Times and the Boston Globe. He teaches writing and environmental studies at Salisbury University, and contributes regularly to Chesapeake Bay Magazine and the Bay Journal News Service. Horton worked for five years as an educator at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, where he authored Turning the Tide, a book on solutions to the Chesapeakes water quality problems.

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January 18, 2015 @ 7:00 pm

Resistance Radio - Madeleine Carey - 01.18.15

Madeleine Carey is the WildEarth Guardians Gila Campaign Fellow. Born and 
raised in Albuquerque, Madeleine spent her childhood exploring the Rio 
Grande and its bosque on foot and on horseback. In May 2014, she graduated 
from Tufts University in Medford, MA with a degree in Biology and Urban 
Studies. While at Tufts, she was a four-year member of the Track and Cross 
Country teams and a trip leader for the Tufts Wilderness Orientation 
program. During college, Madeleine spent her summers working for the Bosque 
Ecosystem Monitoring Program, researching American Pika in the Valles 
Caldera National Preserve and working with NM State Forestry to create a 
post-wildfire assistance guide. We talk about Mexican wolves

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January 12, 2015 @ 12:11 pm

Mollie Matteson - 01.11.15

Mollie Matteson is a wildlife biologist and a senior scientist at the 
Center for Biological Diversity. She advocates for imperiled species such 
as bats, wolves, and lynx, and all things wild. We talk about the threats 
facing bats.

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January 4, 2015 @ 7:00 pm

Tierra Curry and Lori Ann Burd - 01.04.15

Tierra Curry is a senior scientist at the Center for Biological Diversity 
where she focuses on gaining protections for imperiled species and their 
habitats. She is a lead author on the scientific petition filed this year 
seeking Endangered Species Act protection for monarch butterflies. Lori Ann 
Burd is endangered species campaign director and an attorney at the Center 
for Biological Diversity. She has been working on issues of biodiversity 
and pesticide use for over a dozen years, and recently authored a 
successful petition to get GE crops and bee-killing pesticides banned in 
our 150 million acre national wildlife refuge system.

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