2021 Legislative Tracker

See a list of priority bills for the current session that the Rio Grande Chapter is watching ... Read More

2020 – Year in Review

2020 – Year in Review
It was a tumultuous year. We had major victories and a few setbacks ... Read More

To’hajiilee gets water, but at what price? 

To’hajiilee gets water, but at what price? 
On Nov. 19,  the Navajo Nation, Western Albuquerque Land Holdings (WAHL) and Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility announced an agreement on a pipeline easement to allow the Village of To’hajiilee to access desperately needed water.  ... Read More

PNM merger impacts are far-reaching

Photo of PNM's San Juan Coal Fired Generator Plant for the Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter website
A surprise merger, New Mexico’s biggest electric utility exiting the state’s biggest coal plant and the potential acquisition of that share by Navajo Transitional Energy Company all have big implications for Four Corners communities, Navajo Nation, ratepayers and the coal ... Read More