Ask your elected officials to include solar on their capital projects lists. In the absence of action at the federal level, we must push climate action on the local level.
Flowing out of America’s first Wilderness Area, the Gila River is New Mexico’s last major undammed river. It’s home to seven threatened or endangered species and is proposed for long-term protection under the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act. Attend a rally on July 2 in Albuquerque to oppose the expensive and destructive proposed dam.
Opponents of a U.S. Air Force plan to expand its flyover zone over the Gila National Forest will likely wait months longer for a draft environmental statement.
The first outing with Inspiring Connections Outdoors in Northern New Mexico will take place on Friday, July 27, 2018, with YouthWorks of Santa Fe. This will be a day hike in the vicinity of Santa Fe. The exact location will
Community, religious, and Tribal leaders rallied in Albuquerque June 6 outside of the Interior Department’s industry-packed Royalty Policy Committee meeting to protest further attempts to reduce royalty rates for extraction of fossil fuels on public lands and the Trump Administration’s prioritization of industry voices over the public good.
Excursiones a la Naturaleza de Nuevo Mexico is a year old, and we will be celebrating later this month with a Dia de Campo!
The industry loaded Dept. of Interior Royalty Policy Committee is meeting in Albuquerque on Wednesday, June 6th. This will be an important opportunity to highlight the impacts of BLM’s leasing of public lands and the impacts on our communities and chaco, but also to raise this national issue of private companies raking in profits on our public lands. Join us!