By Benton Howell Rio Grande Chapter When an energy company comes to town and asks for quick response to its requests to drill a fracking well within a water-conservation area, and about 2 miles from a residential community, it already
Saturday, January 16. Bosque by Wheelchair — see the Sandhill Cranes at Los Poblanos Fields. Open space will open area to cars. Trails are hard-packed clay. Also to be seen are hawks, Canada geese, the occasional road runner, crows, perhaps a
By Richard Barish Bosque Action chair In February, Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry plowed a trail through the Bosque with no advance notice to anyone. A public outcry ensued. As a result, in March, the City, the Sierra Club, and the
By Ray Powell Former State Land Commissioner A life worth celebrating! Jeffrey William Potter, an active member and leader of our Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club, died on Dec. 3, 2015, from brain cancer. Jeff was born in Los
By Teresa Seamster, Northern Group chair The 2015 State Wildlife Action Plan took two years to develop and was prepared with the cooperation of many state partners, such as Natural Heritage New Mexico at UNM, Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research
The City has now revealed what its public process will be for the extension of its trail north of I-40 to Campbell Road this winter. As you probably know by now, the administration reneged on its agreement to follow a process
Are you wondering how things work at the Roundhouse? Are you concerned about the new composition of the State House of Representatives? Are you worried about legislation that could harm all New Mexicans? Are you looking for a way to
12/3/2015. As climate negotiators met in Paris for COP21, the Albuquerque Climate Coalition marched and sang clean energy carols at the Nob Hill ‘holiday shop and stroll’ to gather petition signatures for 100% clean renewable energy by 2050.
On December 3, we rallied with 350NM and with Santa Fe climate coalition partners to celebrate the Paris agreement and push for Clean Energy Solutions. And we sang clean climate carols like Paneles Solares.
Sunday, December 13, 2015 was the Third Annual Bosque Bash, to celebrate successes and plan for the future. [nemus_slider id=”2502″]