DENVER — The U.S. Senate’s bipartisan vote to confirm Tommy Beaudreau to serve as deputy secretary of the Department of the Interior underscores a commitment to stewarding our public lands for the benefit of people and wildlife alike. The National Wildlife Federation is eager to work with Deputy Secretary Beaudreau in tackling the enormous challenges facing our wildlife and public lands.
“As a Westerner and avid sportsman, Tommy Beaudreau knows the complex issues facing our public lands and will be a great partner for all people who care about safeguarding our wildlife, lands, and waters,” said David Willms, senior director for Western wildlife and conservation at the National Wildlife Federation. “We look forward to working with Tommy to ensure our public lands thrive for future generations.”
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