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MOUNTAIN LION FOUNDATION:

Please feel free to be in touch!


The Mountain Lion Foundation has always achieved results with a small, energetic and dedicated staff that works as a team to support Mountain Lion volunteers and local activists across the nation. Please, contact us with your questions, ideas and insights.

You are a voice for mountain lions, and we value your communications. Join us as a Mountain Lion Foundation member. Volunteer, and take action today. Together, we can Save America's Lion.

Four ways to reach us:

Write to us at:

    Mountain Lion Foundation
    P.O. Box 1896
    Sacramento, California 95812


Telephone:

916-442-2666

  • General Information, Extension 100
  • Debra Chase, CEO, Extension 103
  • Chelsea Robinson, Administrative Assistant, Extension 101
  • Denise Peterson, Western Regional Coordinator and GIS Analyst, Extension 105
  • Julie Wolfenden, Membership Liaison, Extension 106
  • Fred Hull, Legal Counsel, Extension 102

Staff are available by phone on weekdays from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Pacific Time.

If you are redirected to voice mail, please press 0 to be directed to front office staff, or, leave a message, and we will return your call.

Email:

Write directly to one of our staff members:

  • Debra Chase, dchase @ mountainlion.org
  • Chelsea Robinson, Administrative Assistant, crobinson @ mountainlion.org
  • Julie Wolfenden, Membership Liaison, jwolfenden @ mountainlion.org
  • Fred Hull, Legal Counsel, fhull @ mountainlion.org
  • Denise Peterson, Western Regional Coordinator and GIS Analyst, dpeterson @ mountainlion.org

See their bios HERE.


Or use the following handy form!


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ABOUT OUR PEOPLE & HISTORY:

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