In September, the organization will hold its Guardians Gala in Santa Fe, New Mexico.It will also host its annual Treehugger Bash in Albuquerque in December, with vegan food and a silent auction to raise money for the organization.“We have tree-planting opportunities where we invite members to join our efforts in planting native trees on our restoration sites,” said Wild Earth Guardians Executive Director John Horning.The organization is also committed to improving wetlands and waterways that have been profoundly impacted by human interference.One of the reasons many couples care about environmental protection initiatives is that they love spending time together in the great outdoors.
It encourages members to be guardians of animals and public lands.
“Our Stream Team connects citizens with rivers and streams that need restoration.
We get those groups of people on the ground to bring those waters back to life,” John said.
Wild Earth Guardians membership can also provide singles with opportunities to meet like-minded people who share their values.
For its 30th anniversary, nature lovers can come together to meet one another and work toward environmental goals.
“It’s about people stepping up, exercising their voices, and being guardians for a creature, ecosystem, or a need to change a law,” John said.