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Chandra Rosenthal

Chandra, a Colorado native, serves as the Director of Rocky Mountain PEER. Formerly a staff attorney with Defenders of Wildlife specializing in endangered species and public lands issues, she has also worked for the U.S. Department of Justice and, under a legal fellowship, worked on a Superfund site with the Department of Energy. “I view my job as helping the region’s public service professionals do their jobs of protecting the diverse and abundant natural resources of the Rockies,” states Rosenthal. Chandra earned her law degree in 1993 at the Lewis and Clark Northwestern School of Law, where she focused her studies on environmental law.

Much of U.S. Rangeland in Poor Ecological Condition

by | May 15, 2024
Livestock Leading Cause for Failing Minimum Landscape Health Standards ...

BLM Veteran Decries Diminishing Range Protection

by | May 9, 2024
Inattention to Livestock Program Drives Deteriorating Land Conditions ...

COMMENTARY | What will BLM’s new Public Lands Rule Mean for Conservation?

by | April 26, 2024
The DOI's final Public Lands Rule was designed to elevate conservation to equal status with traditional energy development, resource extraction, and grazing. Here's our take on it ...

Lack of Seeds and Botanists Crimp National Seed Strategy

by | March 12, 2024
Botanist Ranks in Federal Land Management Agencies Fell 20% Since 2015 ...

Op-Ed | The BLM Is Ignoring Its Most Serious Land-Health Problem

by | August 24, 2023
This head-in-the-sand approach to destructive livestock grazing has to stop ...
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