Meet Rio Grande Chapter ExComm member Eric Patterson, from Taos.
The Chaco bill passed out of the Natural Resources Committee on July 17 and is another step further to becoming a federal law. Rep. Deb Haaland was excellent and a true champion for New Mexico in this Energy Dominance era. There is still much to get done and we continue to push and work on getting broader protections for the landscape, surrounding communities, and fight for environmental justice.
Reducing the oil and gas industry’s methane waste is a win-win proposition. Join us and raise your voices for common-sense safeguards in this series of public hearings.
On April 23, 2019 the Doña Ana County commission passed a resolution to cease using county funds for lethal predator and rodent control. But two months later, the commission repealed the resolution after pressure. There is still time to stop this backslide
The next outing of the New Mexico ICO program will be Saturday, August 24, with Santa Fe Youth Shelter. We plan on hiking the Deer Creek/Grasshopper Canyon Trail. We’re meeting at 8:45 and leaving at 9 a.m., and we should
The NM Department of Agriculture is creating an inclusive process, involving all stakeholders, in the implementation of the 2019 Healthy Soil Program.
In response to PNM’s abandonment filing at the Public Regulation Commission on Monday, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter Director Camilla Feibelman released this statement.