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News Summary

  • Southern New Mexico Stands Up to President Trump’s Attack on Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument

    Order could threaten national parks, monuments, and public lands across the country Las Cruces, New Mexico (April 26, 2017) – President Donald J. Trump signed an Executive Order on Wednesday that could threaten the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. The Read More
  • Public Comment Period Open to review National Monuments

    President Trump signed an Executive Order April 26, 2017 that could threaten the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks and Rio Grande del Norte National Monuments. The order “directs the Department of the Interior to review prior monument designations and suggest legislative changes Read More
  • Taos News: The truth about the 'Protect the Pecos' campaign (2)

    Printed in the Taos News, July 28, 2016 PDF of this Article There is an unfortunate impression by some that conservationists have been unwilling to engage community stakeholders and are not being sensitive to their concerns. The truth is that Read More
  • Court Lifts Injunction Blocking Mexican Gray Wolf Releases

    Court Lifts Injunction Blocking Mexican Gray Wolf Releases   DENVER (April 25, 2017) – The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today to lift a preliminary injunction blocking further releases of highly endangered Mexican gray wolves into the wild Read More
  • Don’t Reverse National Monument Designations

    April 12, 2017 Western Democratic Senators Tell Trump: Don’t Reverse National Monument Designations Senators urge president to uphold protections for Bears Ears National Monument, all 157 national monuments WASHINGTON — Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall led a group of Western Read More
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  • Join the FightSign the Petition to Protect Monuments

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    Protect our Watersheds

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  • Take ActionSign the Petition to Save Our Springs

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    Say No to Geothermal Leasing in the Jemez

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  • Take ActionSign the Petition for More Wolf Releases

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    Sign the Petition for More Wolf Releases

    Tell Fish and Wildlife you support more Mexican gray wolf releases in New Mexico Wilderness.

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  • Take ActionKeep the Gila Wild

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    Keep the Gila Wild

    Wild and Scenic Protection for the Gila River

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  • Take ActionSign the Petition to Oppose the Seizure of Public Lands

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    Keep Public Lands in Public Hands.

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NM Wild Wish List

There are a variety of ways to contribute to our organization—one way is helping us fulfill our wish list. If you are able to help out with any of our needs listed below, please contact Tina Deines at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Current needs:

  • Passionate and people-oriented Albuquerque-area volunteers who can attend local events to spread the word about the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance
  • Volunteers who can donate time from January-March to help solicit donations for NM Wild’s annual online auction.
  • Members who will host fundraising house parties to support NM Wild.
  • Items for our online auction in March:
    • Vacation rentals
    • Services (massage, instruction, yoga, bike tuneup, etc.)
    • Gently used hiking gear, outdoor wear, etc.

Ongoing needs:

  • Members who will consider being monthly donors to help us sustain a predictable monthly budget for our wilderness campaigns. To become a monthly donor, just go to the online donation page, fill out the form and choose “Monthly” under “Recurring Frequency.”
  • Members who would like to join the NM Wild Alliance Stewards legacy giving program. New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Stewards are individuals who have included a future gift to New Mexico Wilderness Alliance through their will or estate plans. Becoming a New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Steward can be as simple as including a bequest to our organization in your will or designating our organization as one of the beneficiaries of a retirement plan or life insurance policy. Learn more here.

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