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Protect the Future of the Wild Southwest

A river flows over rocks and brush toward the horizon, where a hill, covered in rocks, brush, and trees, rises up toward the right of the frame.
The Gila National Forest. Photo: Kristen M. Caldon

Today, the Gila National Forest is the center of Mexican wolf recovery and one of the last, best places to preserve old-growth ponderosa pine forest. It is also undergoing a forest plan revision process, which will set in motion conservation activities for the coming decades.

Proper care and conservation of this forest and its native plants and animals requires public support and dedicated advocates—we need you to lend your voice to the cause.