Greta Anderson

Greta Anderson is a plant nerd, a desert rat, and a fan of wildness. She is the Deputy Director of Western Watersheds Project.

January 6th: From Standoff to Siege and Back Again

Mexican Gray Wolves Belong in the Wild, Wherever They Roam

Cowpies and Potshards: How Arizona’s Archaeological Sites are Being Trashed by Cattle Grazing

Who’s Afraid the Big (Actually, Tiny) Bad (Hardly) Wolf (Pups)?

The Cash Cows of Catron County

Mexican Wolf Depredation Investigations…Again

Another Dead Wolf in Arizona

Wolves Will be Wolves, So Let’s Manage the Humans

Conservation Groups Swing Back at Bernhardt’s Last Minute Favor to Oregon Ranchers

An Open Letter to the Oregon Bureau of Land Management on Hammond Ranches, Inc. Proposed Grazing Permit

Mexican Wolf Killings Expose the Dark Underbelly of Western Culture

What Does Coexistence with Large Carnivores Actually Mean?

Wild Mexican Wolves at Risk

Taxpayers Shell Out Huge Subsidies to Wolf Pup-Killer’s Ranching Enterprise

One Ranch, Nine Dead Cows, and Six Very Strange Wolf Investigations

Blaming Mexican Wolves for Livestock Kills

Framing Wolves in New Mexico?

Save the Saffel Wolf Pack

What’s the Hang Up on Releasing Adult Lobos?

Remove the Livestock, Not the Wolves