Please join us for an animated discussion on immigration at this month’s Sierra Club and Root Beer. Meet people engaged in confronting the results of today’s immigration policies –- Albuquerque hands on! We invite you to take a walk through
New Mexico’s Land Commissioner controls 9 million acres of your state trust land, which generates hundreds of millions of dollars in royalties that fund New Mexico public schools, universities and hospitals. The land commissioner is one of the most powerful
Meet Rio Grande Chapter ExComm vice chair Mart Hotvedt.
Meet Rio Grande Chapter ExComm member Kart Braithwaite.
Meet the Rio Grande ExComm:Jody Benson, Pajarito group representative.
As we have seen in the past two years, the people who set – and approve – policy have a tremendous impact on our climate, water, land and wildlife. An important part of our nonpartisan mission is to endorse candidates for elected office and work to elect those candidates. Our endorsements and volunteer power make a real difference in elections. Read our endorsements for New Mexico and West Texas.
Join James Cain at the Los Alamos Nature Center on Friday, October 19 to learn about how black bears in the Jemez Mountains have responded to recent wildfires and subsequent forest restoration treatments.
Read the Rio Grande Sierra Club endorsements for the 2018 local New Mexico – county commissions and legislature.
Read the Rio Grande Sierra Club endorsements for the 2018 statewide New Mexico races.
View the full length documentary about the story of science and citizens working together to resist the oil and gas lobby’s efforts to pass a fracking-friendly ordinance in Sandoval County, New Mexico – threatening the sole drinking water aquifer for over 800,000 residents of the greater Albuquerque area from Cochiti Lake to Belen.