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    With your help, we hope to make the Gila and San Francisco rivers protected.
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  • We need you

    We need your volunteerism and your financial contributions more than ever as we confront this new world. Whether you use our beautiful lands for recreation or inspiration, our mission is to keep places New Mexicans love intact for us, and for future generations.
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  • War On The Gila

    We need your help today to stop a proposal that would jeopardize all of our work in the greater Gila area and destroy the wild qualities of the world’s first Wilderness.
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News Summary

  • The country’s busiest oil and gas office has a plan for more drilling

    If there is one swath of land that holds the most promise for Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s vision for energy dominance, it might be southeast New Mexico. The 6-million acre region includes part of the Permian Basin, which stretches into west Texas and Read More
  • New Mexico Wild Rangers Rehabilitate our Wilderness Trails

      By 'Backpacker Bill' Kemsley For The Taos News About two weeks ago my wife and I met Wilderness Ranger Atieno Ouma on the Santa Barbara Trail in the Pecos Wilderness. She is a cheery, young woman with whom we Read More
  • PRESS RELEASE: Conservation and environmental groups release recommendations for game commission candidates

    For Immediate Release Media Contacts:Kevin Bixby, Southwest Environmental Center, 575-522-5552, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Calman, New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, 505-843-8696, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Crenshaw, New Mexico Wildlife Federation, 505-577-7510, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Dax, Defenders of Wildlife, 505-395-7334, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Johnson, Animal Protection New Mexico, 505-265-2322, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Seamster, Sierra Read More
  • Celebrate 50 years of Wild and Scenic with more designations

    Everyone has a river story. A favorite story of mine is when my dad took our family on a rafting trip down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon when I was a teenager, in 1967. At that time, there Read More
  • Senator Heinrich: Gila not appropriate for flyovers

    Thursday, August 16, 2018 Gila not appropriate for flyovers   Dear Friend,   I hope you can take a moment to read and share an op-ed I wrote in the Silver City Daily Press about why I am calling on Read More
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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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