October Outings Tuesday, October 4: Ascent to the Alpine Meadows Adventures Above Santa Fe Ski Basin (recurring hike). Weekly burst of 90 minutes ascending 2,000 vertical feet, with variety of scenic rewards at the top. Departure at 8:30 a.m. from De
Are you furious over some the campaign calls or mailings you’ve been receiving? At the least, we can keep a record. New Mexico In Depth has created a site to collect and analyze campaign messages in the election: Follow the Message. Please participate
Below are the New Mexico Environmental Law Center’s objections to the NMED proposed revisions to the groundwater and surface water regulations, which are available here. Some of the proposed changes are onerous and directly attack public participation, make variances essentially permanent, and take the Kirtland spill “off the books”
PNM is pulling out all the stops to increase our electric bills by 15.5%. It went into attack mode when the Public Regulation Commission’s hearing examiner recommended the PRC allow “only” a 6.6% hike. PNM threatened layoffs and court appeals.
This op-ed was originally published in the Santa Fe New Mexican. My View: David Coss Public Service Company of New Mexico wants to raise our electric rates by more than 15 percent, and it was not happy that a Public Regulation
The chapter sent the following letter on the Dakota Access Pipeline to Sens. Heinrich and Udall and Reps. Lujan and Lujan Grisham on September 8, 2016. Rio Grande Chapter 1807 Second Street, Suite 45 Santa Fe, N.M. 87505 (505) 983-2703
Our public lands are under siege, and the Bureau of Land Management continues to prioritize oil and gas extraction over our climate, air and water. We need your help to protect Chaco Canyon and the surrounding communities from fracking.
Chaco Culture National Historical Park is Northwest New Mexico’s San Juan Basin, where there are over 56,000 oil and gas wells and processing plants. Last month, NASA released a report that identified natural gas waste and methane pollution as major contributors