Wildlife advocates are cheering passage of a bill in the New Mexico Senate on March 9 that would prohibit hunting coyotes as a contest. Senate Bill 268 arose from outcries against groups that began organizing coyote hunts for cash and prizes several
SB312, which requires utilities to move towards renewable energy, will be heard by the Senate Corporations & Transportation Committee on Friday 3/10 at 2 pm in Room 311. The Clean-Energy Jobs Bill would require New Mexico’s big utilities to provide 50% of their electricity from renewable
Painted Cave Saturday, May 7 From leader Larry Hughes: The Painted Cave did not disappoint. The cave itself is much larger than one would expect from seeing photos, and the petroglyphs are numerous, varied and very vivid. All of us
New Mexico Story Power amplifies voices from the front lines where extreme fossil fuel extraction threatens the lives and cultures of the people of New Mexico. It engages our necessity to protect our land, our water and our communities with personal accounts and visual narratives. In this interview, Story Power interviews Mike Eisenfeld, Energy and Climate Program Manager for San Juan Citizens Alliance in Farmington, New Mexico.
Join us for Renewable Energy Day at the Legislature on Friday, March 3. Hear about the many pro-active bills the Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter and allied organizations are advocating for in the current legislative session, including a requirement for
The Bosquitos are the youth-centered group of the Bosque Action Team. Our mission is to learn about Albuquerque’s Bosque, the animals and plants that live there, and ways to take care of the Bosque as a precious natural space. We