About the Northern New Mexico Group
The Northern New Mexico Group is one of five regional groups within the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club.
We cover all of Northern New Mexico except for the Los Alamos area and work on projects ranging from protection of the Greater Santa Fe watershed, successfully promoting the State Wildlife Action Plan for at risk species, increasing city and county solar funding, educating decision makers about Zero Waste, conducting air monitoring and assessing health impacts from oil drilling in Chaco communities,and assisting Water Sentinels in testing northern rivers for contaminants.
For outings, please visit our Meetup group page.
Group Chair, water issues: John Buchser, (505) 820-0201, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Shannon Romeling, (575) 758-3874, email@example.com
Conservation: Teresa Seamster, (505) 466-8964, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership: Alice Cox, (505) 780-5122, email@example.com
Energy: JosephEigner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Political chair, chapter delegate: Ken Hughes, (505) 474-0550, email@example.com
Susan Martin, (505) 988-5206, firstname.lastname@example.org
Header photo by Ron Reiring, available at Flickr.
Day Hikes in the Santa Fe Area
We publish the 8th edition of the popular Day Hikes in the Santa Fe Area guidebook. It is available at most Santa Fe book stores and in local REI outlets. The 8th edition is not available through Amazon. If you cannot find a local copy, contact Gail Bryant at 505-757-6654.