Caren Cowan

Executive Director, New Mexico Cattle Growers Association

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Executive Director of the New Mexico Cattle Growers Association

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Mexican gray wolves are the most endangered mammal in the United States.  In 1998, the Clinton Administration began a  recovery program  on 4 million acres of mostly public land in New…

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