• Wilderness Poetry Contest

    Submit your entry today for your chance to win! Contest will close at 5:00pm on January 31, 2019.
  • 2019 Annual Raffle

    Enter to win a $1,000 gift certificate towards any domestic guided trip offered by The Wildland Trekking Company. Choose from over 17 destinations in the USA (GrandCanyon Rim to Rim and PhantomRanch Tours excluded).
  • Comment on the Forest Plans!

    Learn more about what is (and isn't) in the Carson, Cibola, and Santa Fe National Forests' draft management plans and how you can participate in the public comment process.
  • Stop the Tererro Mine!

    We need your help today to stop a process that could contaminate the Pecos River and other nearby streams, potentially damaging the health of fish, wildlife, and humans living in the area.
  • 2019 Wilderness Ranger Program

    Learn more about the 2019 Wilderness Ranger program and read each ranger's bio.
  • 2019 Spring Newsletter

    13 new wilderness areas. A campaign to save the Gila River. Learn about that and more in the 2019 Spring Newsletter.
  • Protect Chaco

    Sign the petition & donate today!
  • 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.
  • Under Threat

    Join us today as we continue to defend your New Mexico National Monuments
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2nd New Mexico Climate Disruption Film Festival

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2019-09-06 05:30 PM - 2019-09-07 05:00 PM

Stop by the 2nd New Mexico Climate Disruption Film Festival in Albuquerque September 6 & 7.

This event will feature films and conversation to build a local community of advocates to address climate disruption in New Mexico.

At 3:45pm on the 7th, Garrett VeneKlasen, New Mexico Wild's Northern Conservation Director, will lead a break out session on the topic of using the media to get the message out about climate disruption.

New Mexico Rising - 2nd New Mexico Climate Disruption Film Festival
September 6 & 7, 2019
UNM Continuing Education Center
1634 University Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, NM 87131 (map)

For more information on the films, discussions, or to register, please visit: nmclimatefilmfest.org

 
 

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  • Secretary puts leasing on hold on federal lands near Chaco Canyon

    By Scott Turner | Albuquerque JournalMay 29, 2019 Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt has agreed to put on hold any oil and gas leasing of federal land within a 10-mile radius of Chaco Culture National Historical Park for one year. Read More
  • ICYMI: Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument turns 5 today

    By Diana M. Alba-Soular | Las Cruces Sun-NewsMay 21, 2019 LAS CRUCES - Tuesday will mark the fifth anniversary of the creation of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument by former U.S. President Barack Obama. It's about the same amount of time the Read More
  • New Mexico Wild statement on Interior Secretary’s Chaco visit with Senator Heinrich

    For Immediate Release                                                                           New Read More
  • Passage of House Interior spending bill step in right direction for Chaco

    For Immediate Release               Passage of House Interior spending bill step in right direction for Chaco ALBUQUERQUE (June 25, 2019) – New Mexico Wild today is celebrating the passage of a Department of Interior spending Read More
  • Mining company seeks to drill on land north of Pecos

    By T.S. Last | Albuquerque JournalJune 6, 2019 SANTA FE – A Colorado mining company wants to conduct exploratory drilling for minerals in the Santa Fe National Forest north of Pecos, not far from Terrero, and in the general area of Read More
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  • Columbine Hondo Wilderness - 2014

    The Columbine Hondo Wilderness Act was signed by President Obama on December 19, 2014, protecting 46,000 acres in Taos County. The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance helped form the Columbine Hondo Wilderness Coalition in 2010 and was instrumental along the path toward wilderness designation, helping to get resolutions and support letters from the Town of Taos, Taos Cycling Coalition, Taos Chamber of Commerce, Taos Pueblo War Chief and Taos County Commission. Read More
  • Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks - 2014

    The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance has been leading conservation efforts in Doña Ana County since 2004, when we opened our Las Cruces field office. On May 21, 2014, after a decade of work, President Barack Obama designated the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument by use of the Antiquities Act. This move by the president safeguards nearly 500,000 acres of culturally, historically and biologically rich land in Doña Ana County. We continue to work for wilderness areas within the new national monument. Read More
  • Rio Grande del Norte National Monument - 2013

    The Rio Grande del Norte has shaped the lives of the people who have lived and visited the area for so many generations. Since 2007, the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance has been working on permanent protection of Rio Grande del Norte. Rio Grande del Norte was designated as a national monument Monday, March 25, 2013, by President Obama. NM Wild is now pushing for wilderness designation within the national monument. Read More
  • Sabinoso Wilderness - 2009

    Rising 1,110 feet from the surrounding plains, the Sabinoso unit sits upon the Canadian Escarpment, which is composed mostly of the Jurassic Morrison Formation and Triassic Chinle Shale. Sabinoso became Wilderness on March 24, 2009, when President Obama signed into law the Omnibus Public Lands Management Act of 2009. The area has fantastic ecological, scenic, recreational and cultural values. Read More
  • Ojito Wilderness - 2005

    The designation of Ojito Wilderness in 2005 was one of the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance’s first conservation victories. In the mid-90s, NM Wild formed and established itself as the statewide grassroots voice for wildlands. In the mid-2000s, the organization started pushing for Ojito Wilderness. Efforts included collaboration with the Zia tribe, New Mexico Gov. Bruce King and other statewide elected officials. After passing through both the U.S. House of Representatives (unanimously) and U.S. Senate, President George W. Bush signed the Ojito Wilderness Act into law on Wednesday, October 26, 2005. Read More
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