Garcia Richard’s decision is a victory for sound wildlife management For immediate release: Jan. 10, 2019 Contact: Mary Katherine Ray, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter Wildlife chair, 575-772-5655, email@example.com On Thursday, New Mexico Land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard announced a
As our 55th-anniversary year comes to a close, we’d are featuring profiles of some of our Life Members, who make the Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter what it is. From Madeline Aron: The first 10 years of my life were
Candidate profiles for the three 2018 candidates for Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter Executive Committee. Chapter members will elect three positions on the executive committee. Laurence Gibson I am a retired professor of music (violinist/symphony conductor) living in El Paso
On Wednesday, Nov. 14, starting at 8 a.m. Mountain, an array of New Mexicans are testifying at a public hearing in Denver, speaking out against the Trump administration’s plan to gut EPA’s New Source Performance Standards for oil and gas facilities. Their testimony will be live-streamed at www.facebook.com/NMSierraClub/.
We need your help! Please attend the New Mexico Oil Conservation Commission Hearing on Monday, Nov. 19 in Santa Fe to oppose a rule change that would allow natural-gas companies to drill twice the wells in the same space in New Mexico.
WOW! With the stunning victory for Xochitl Torres Small, the results are in, and your votes and volunteering helped environmental champions win nearly every race the Sierra Club endorsed in New Mexico!
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
THIS WEEK: New Mexico Copper wants a permit to dump 8 billion gallons of contaminated waste every year, threatening our water supply. The New Mexico Environment Department is holding a public hearing on Discharge Permit-1840 this whole week — Sept. 24 through 28 — beginning
As we Rise at the Rio for Climate, Water Jobs and Justice on Sept 8, 2018, our coalition of organizations and individuals are calling on elected officials and candidates to join our call to action on the climate, water, jobs