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Rio Chama, Pecos focus of privatization scheme

Rio Chama, Pecos focus of privatization scheme
Fishermen and river-running enthusiasts in New Mexico are the targets of a stealthy and well-funded campaign to bar recreational access to segments of the Rio Chama and Pecos Rivers, among others, where they cross private land. The principal battleground is ... 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

Santolina developer blocks tribe’s water line

Santolina developer blocks tribe's water line
The Diné (people) of Tó’hajiilee Chapter have an opportunity to get drinking-quality water to their community of approximately 2,000 families and children. We need your help to make this happen ... Read More

NM revises draft rules on oil and gas wastewater

NM revises draft rules on oil and gas wastewater
Sierra Club and allies intervened this summer to shore up inadequate safeguards on oil and gas wastewater, or “produced water,” for reuse in drilling operations ... Read More