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WG 2014 cover resizeThe cornerstone of our Wilderness education efforts has long been our Let’s Get Wild program designed to actively educate people about the importance of protected public lands and engage the community in wilderness stewardship and restoration. The program includes our annual Wild Guide, as well as volunteer service projects and hikes. The annual Wild Guide, which provides the dates and descriptions of hikes, projects and educational events offered by New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, is published each year as part of the Let’s Get Wild program.

Our Let’s Get Wild program works to inform people of all ages about New Mexico’s wild public lands and diverse wildlife, and how these treasures are directly connected to our clean air, drinking water, and recreational opportunities. The Let’s Get Wild program helps people experience the natural beauty of New Mexico and gives people the chance to give something back through hands-on projects to restore a trail; identify and remove invasive weeds; inventory a backcountry campsite; or work on a riparian restoration or fence removal project that improves habitat for native fish and wildlife.

NM Wild would like to give a special thank you to the following organizations for grants to help fund our Let’s Get Wild program:

REI | National Forest Foundation | ESRI | Wells Fargo

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News About the Organ Mountains - Desert Peaks Campaign

  • Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Wilderness Areas +

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    Some of New Mexico’s most special places have a new level of protection thanks to a

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  • OMDP turns 3 — is it bringing visitors, money to the area! +

    LAS CRUCES - Three years ago, President Barack Obama declared the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument  after decades of grassroots efforts

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  • NM Mayors: Wilderness designation preserves important lands +

    NM Mayors: Wilderness designation needed

    Printed in the El Paso Times and Las Cruces Sun News

    Ken Miyagishima, Nora Barraza,

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  • Diverse coalition praises effort to preserve special lands in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument (2) +

    Legislation introduced by Sens. Udall and Heinrich would protect wilderness within the national monument

    Las Cruces, New Mexico (June 10,

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