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Tori Woodard

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I am a founding member of the Escalante Wilderness Project, which seeks to end the destructive impact of grazing in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, among other things. I became an activist in 1982, at which time I focused on trying to get Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to stop designing nuclear weapons. From 1995-2000 I worked on the Save Ward Valley campaign, which successfully prevented a Low Level Radioactive Waste dump from being sited in the Mojave Desert of Southern California. My partner Patrick Diel and I moved to Escalante in 1998 for my health (I have Multiple Chemical Sensitivity) and because we love the southern Utah landscape.

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