Please join us in welcoming Edna Casman for an opening reception on Saturday, August 3, 2-4 pm at the Sierra Club office (2215 Lead Ave SE).
New Mexico is taking up the slack from the Trump administration, announcing it will create rules to slash climate-damaging methane pollution from its booming oil and gas industry.
The Santa Fe Mountains Landscape Project is the proposed action from the fireshed coalition is working on “to improve the resilience of a priority landscape to future disturbances such as high-severity wildfire, drought, and insect outbreaks by restoring forest structure and composition.”
All three candidates endorsed by the Rio Grande Chapter in the June 7 Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District election were victorious. This is an election where voting and volunteering by Sierra Club supporters can really make a difference, since so few eligible voters actually cast a ballot. Congratulations to all the candidates, and a big THANK YOU to all of you who made the effort to vote in this important election.
Even though New Mexico’s 30-day legislative session is months away, the wheels are turning for new laws and bills now. The interim legislative session runs from June to November, and it consists of joint House-Senate committees that travel the state to hear about issues that will likely show up as legislation in 2020.
Meet Rio Grande Chapter Director Camilla Feibelman.
Meet Rio Grande Chapter ExComm member Fred Houdek. He is also the Central NM Group chairman.
Meet Rio Grande Chapter ExComm member Susan Martin from Santa Fe.
Meet Rio Grande Chapter ExComm member Tom Gorman. He became involved in the Sierra Club as a volunteer in 2005, and has been active in public lands, wildlife, politics and legislative issues for the past 14 years.
Meet Rio Grande Chapter ExComm member Eric Patterson, from Taos.