By Dan Lorimier and Mona Blaber The 2015 New Mexico legislative session might have been contentious, but it was also marked by an encouraging — and successful — upswell in citizen engagement and by legislators who worked tirelessly to protect
SILVER CITY, N.M.— Eight conservation organizations in the TrapFree New Mexico coalition sent a letter on May 1 urging state game commissioners to reject the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish’s proposed cougar-trapping season. The coalition letter highlights the
SANTA FE, N.M., May 18, 2015 – New Mexico’s congressional delegation is asking U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to monitor a possible escalation of fracking in an area considered sacred by many Native Americans. In a letter to Jewell, Sens.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – On May 21, Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) brought together the few remaining soldiers to endorse its $7.5 billion coal and nuclear replacement plan in a press conference Thursday. Coal’s future as an energy source
By Mary Katherine Ray, Chapter Wildlife Chair Last November, a majority of Republicans were elected to the state House of Representatives, turning leadership of the House over to the Republican Party for the first time in 60 years. The consequences
Ken Hughes, Sierra Club Building Healthy Communities Team Leader Sierra Club chapters from Maine to Hawai’i are jumping on board campaigns to give folks lots more transportation options and opposing freeway expansions that often go through wildlife habitat. With a