Craig Miller "has been active with wildlife conservation in the Southwest since the late 80’s and has led Defenders of Wildlife’s regional programs as Southwest Representative since 1993. He has served on federal recovery teams for the cactus-ferruginous pygmy-owl and the gray wolf, as well as the steering committee for the Lower Colorado River Multi-species Conservation Plan. Craig is co-founder and active board member of Northern Jaguar Project www.northernjaguarproject.org and former board member of the Arizona League of Conservation Voters. He also currently serves on the steering committee of the Southern Rockies Wolf Restoration Project, the executive committee of the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project and as the undefeated soccer coach of Tucson’s Southside Scorpions. He received a Bachelor of Sci. in Public Administration/Natural Resources from Northern Arizona University and is an alumnus of Lesley College Graduate School and the National Audubon Society Expedition Institute." 
- Conservation Fellow, Rewilding Institute
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- TRI Fellows, Rewilding Institute, accessed December 2, 2008.