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  • Celebrating Expanded Access to Sabinoso Wilderness Area

    New Mexico Wild Celebrates Expanded Access to Sabinoso Wilderness Area Contact: Mark Allison, Executive Director, New Mexico Wild, 505-239-0906 Albuquerque, New Mexico (November 9, 2017) -- The Department of Interior announced today the addition of approximately 3,600 acres to the 16,030-acre Read More
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    Military training proposal would put important Gila cultural and ecological resources at risk and threaten local economies Contacts: Mark Allison, Executive Director, New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (505) 239-0906 Allyson Siwik, Executive Director, Gila Conservation Coalition, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (575) 590-7619 Chris Read More
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    Thank You 2017 WILDERNESS RANGERS Rhett SpencerCarson National Forest Josh ParkenCarson National Forest Jade McLaughlinCibola National Forest Hailey HenckCibola National Forest Luciano NaranjoSanta Fe National Forest Zack BumgarnerSanta Fe National Forest Thank you to our Wilderness Rangers who have successfully Read More
  • Monument recommendations would put important cultural and ecological resources at risk, and harm local economies

    New Mexico Wild Calls on President Trump to Stand with Voters Above Special Interests for New Mexico’s National Monuments Monument recommendations would put important cultural and ecological resources at risk, and harm local economies Albuquerque, NM—Yesterday, Department of Interior Secretary Read More
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    New Mexicans condemn Secretary Zinke’s assault of our nation’s National Monuments Local communities urge President Trump to not upset broad protections that are benefiting diverse access and economic activity Las Cruces and Taos, New Mexico – New Mexicans of all Read More
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Save Our Monuments before July 10

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Protecting More Wilderness & Rivers in the Gila National Forest

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Date
2017-10-06 07:00 PM
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The Gila National Forest is currently undergoing a Plan Revision, which is something
that hasn't happened in 30 years. As a part of this Plan Revision, the Forest Service is
required to look at recommending areas for Wilderness and Wild & Scenic designation.
For the past four years, Nathan and a team of dedicated volunteers have been out on
the ground conducting inventories of these lands and waters that they believe qualify for
protection. Come learn about some of the wildest places left in the Gila, and ways that
you can get involved.

 
 

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  • 2017-10-06 07:00 PM

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