Carol's love of New Mexico led her to become a grassroots activist, working to preserve our forests and create new Wilderness. She is a Board member of the NM Wilderness Alliance and the Upper Pecos Watershed Association. She is also a core member of NM Wildways, focused on protecting wildlife corridors in the Southwest. She worked with area residents to provide input on the Santa Fe National Forest Travel Management Plan from scoping through final EIS, and with elected officials to further community interests.
Carol lives in Glorieta on 58 unspoiled acres with the Santa Fe National Forest next door. When not involved in conservation work, she enjoys gardening, playing with her 2 dogs and 2 horses, hiking, birdwatching and reading.