Meet our southern New Mexico representative.
Sierra Club staff and volunteer leaders work to analyze and determine Club positions on bills at the State legislature. From among those on which we take a position, a number rise to the top as priority bills that deserve special attention and that we encourage our members to bring to the attention of their legislators.
Derrick Toledo interviews Camila Feibelman on oil and gas production and pollution.
Meet our new regional New Outdoor Activities Coordinator, Sergio Avila.
Five Mexican gray wolves were found dead in November, bringing the 2018 total to 17. The known population numbers only 114.
The Martinez Administration Game Commission and Game and Fish Department have viewed themselves as the guardians of trapping, not the broader public interest. The new Legislature will be convening in January, and this offers the path where outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife can find relief from trapping on our public lands.
Despite protests from Navajo chapter houses, the All Pueblo Council of Governors, the Navajo Nation, Governor-elect Michelle Lujan-Grisham, hundreds of thousands of public citizens, and more than 100 organizations, the BLM proceeded with auctioning off 30 parcels for oil and gas extraction.
The Sandoval County Oil and Gas Ordinance was tabled after the November Commission meeting. The process of applying for drilling permits reverts to the current “special use” permitting under the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance.
Meet your Rio Grande Chapter leaders.
Our Spanish-language outings for early 2019. Children are always welcome.