Meet the ExComm: Kurt Anderson

Meet the ExComm: Kurt Anderson
Meet our southern New Mexico representative ...
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/ Around the Chapter

Sierra Club responds to land commissioner’s ban on killing contests

Sierra Club responds to land commissioner’s ban on killing contests
Garcia Richard’s decision is a victory for sound wildlife management For immediate release: Jan. 10, 2019   Contact: Mary Katherine Ray, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter Wildlife chair, 575-772-5655, mkrscrim@gmail.com On Thursday, New Mexico Land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard announced a ban on cruel coyote-killing contests on the 9.5 million acres of state trust land. The ban also applies to other non-protected species. “We applaud Land Commissioner Garcia Richard’s announcement prohibiting the competitive killing of our state’s wildlife on state trust ...
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Legislative Tracker

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 ...
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/ Politics

Oil and Gas Podcast

Oil and Gas Podcast
Derrick Toledo interviews Camila Feibelman on oil and gas production and pollution ...
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New Outdoor Activities Coordinator

New Outdoor Activities Coordinator
Meet our new regional New Outdoor Activities Coordinator, Sergio Avila ...
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/ Around the Chapter, Outings

Five Mexican gray wolves dead in November

Five Mexican gray wolves dead in November
Five Mexican gray wolves were found dead in November, bringing the 2018 total to 17. The known population numbers only 114 ...
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/ Wildlife

Trapping wrongs continue in New Mexico

Trapping wrongs continue in New Mexico
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 ...
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/ Latest News, Wildlife

More Chaco selloff

More Chaco selloff
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 ...
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/ Climate Change, Land, Latest News

Another surprising Sandoval plot twist

Another surprising Sandoval plot twist
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 ...
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Chapter leaders elected

Chapter leaders elected
Meet your Rio Grande Chapter leaders ...
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/ Around the Chapter
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