June 2 New Mexico Democratic primary District 4 (McKinley, Cibola and San Juan counties): Noreen Kelly The Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter is proud to endorse Noreen Kelly for N.M. Senate District 4. Kelly, a Navajo elder from Church Rock,
June 2 New Mexico Democratic primary District 9 (Corrales, E. Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, Sandoval County): Brenda McKenna The Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter is proud to endorse Brenda McKenna, a longtime wildlife and community advocate, for N.M. Senate District 4.
June 2 New Mexico Democratic primary District 28: Grant, Socorro and Catron counties: Siah Correa Hemphill The Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter endorsed Siah Correa Hemphill for N.M. Senate District 28 because of her deep commitment to her community and
June 2 New Mexico Democratic Primary State Senate District 30: Cibola (including Grants), McKinley, Socorro, Valencia counties The Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter has the pleasure of endorsing a longtime member, Pam Cordova, for state Senate in District 30. Cordova
The Gila National Forest is finally revising its 34-year old forest management plan. The comment period ends at midnight on April 16. The Forest Service should keep the public comment period open until we are able to safely and effectively
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jamie Trafficanda, Western Resource Advocates, 720-763-3737, email@example.com Mona Blaber, Sierra Club – Rio Grande Chapter, 505-660-6905, firstname.lastname@example.org NM Advocates Welcome PRC Unanimous Approval of Plan to Exit
For immediate release: Jan. 21, 2020 Contact: Jessica Keetso, To Nizhoni Ani, email@example.com, Laurie Weahkee, Native American Voters Alliance, firstname.lastname@example.org Camilla Feibelman, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter director, email@example.com, 505-715-8388 On Tuesday, several Public Regulation Commission members listened to comments
Here is a quick summary of the high and low points of the 2020 legislative session. We have much to celebrate and many to thank for their tireless efforts.
Just one day left to urge New Mexico to develop the strongest possible safeguards to reduce the oil and gas industry’s methane pollution It’s crunch time! Please raise your voice to urge the state to slash climate-damaging oil and gas
On January 29, the New Mexico Supreme Court made a quick and unambiguous ruling that the Public Regulation Commission must apply the law of the land – last year’s landmark Energy Transition Act — to PNM’s case to retire San Juan coal plant.