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Otero Mesa: America's Wildest Grassland
Otero Mesa: America's Wildest Grassland

Otero Mesa is the wildest remaining grassland in North America. At over 1.2 million acres, it stretches from the Texas border in the south to the Sacramento Mountains in the north, from the Fort Bliss Military Reserve in the west to the Guadalupe Mountains in the east. For centuries Otero Mesa has...

Protect the Pecos
Protect the Pecos

Learn more about our work to expand the Pecos Wilderness

Geothermal Leasing Threatens Jemez
Geothermal Leasing Threatens Jemez

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Cell Phone Cases and Wilderness
Cell Phone Cases and Wilderness

We protect our phones with cases, so why not protect our lands too?

What Wilderness Means to Me - Youth Voices, Patricio Sanchez
What Wilderness Means to Me - Youth Voices, Patricio Sanchez

We put cases on our cell phones to protect them so why not do the same for wilderness?

Youth Perspective: The Future of Wilderness
Youth Perspective: The Future of Wilderness

New Mexico State University student Grecia Nunez talks about her outlook on the future of wilderness. New Mexico Wilderness Alliance is working on the ground to ensure that wilderness is protected now and for the future.

2014 Gift Guide - Wolves
2014 Gift Guide - Wolves

Wolves belong! We have gifts for every wolf lover this holiday season. Order online at www.nmwild.org!

Holiday Gift Guide 2014
Holiday Gift Guide 2014

Wilderness themed gifts starting at just $5 this holiday season. Order online at www.nmwild.org!

Wilderness 50 - Univision (Español)
Wilderness 50 - Univision (Español)

Una noticia sobre la celebración de "Wilderness 50" en Albuquerque, el 15-19 de octubre.

Martin Heinrich National Wilderness Conference 2014
Martin Heinrich National Wilderness Conference 2014

U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) speaks at the opening ceremony of the National Wilderness Conference in Albuquerque October 15, 2014.

Aldo Leopold Impersonator Plays Guitar - National Wilderness Conference 2014
Aldo Leopold Impersonator Plays Guitar - National Wilderness Conference 2014

An Aldo Leopold impersonator strums guitar and sings during the opening ceremony of the National Wilderness Conference in Albuquerque October 15, 2014.

History of New Mexico's Wilderness - National Wilderness Conference 2014
History of New Mexico's Wilderness - National Wilderness Conference 2014

New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Executive Director Mark Allison speaks about New Mexico's wilderness history at the National Wilderness Conference in Albuquerque October 15, 2014.

Director Mark Allison Opening Ceremony National Wilderness Conference 2014
Director Mark Allison Opening Ceremony National Wilderness Conference 2014

Executive Director Mark Allison speaks during the opening ceremony of the National Wilderness Conference in Albuquerque, October 15, 2014.

Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Testimonial - Angel Pena
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Testimonial - Angel Pena

Archaeologist and Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks supporter Angel Pena discusses why this landscape should be protected as a national monument.

Local and State Hispanic leaders call for the protection of the Organ Mountains
Local and State Hispanic leaders call for the protection of the Organ Mountains

Hispanic leaders call on elected officials to protect Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks region. This video clip is from the poet Denise Chavez's poem. Local and statewide Hispanic leaders including a former Governor, Attorney General, and Land Commissioner joined hundreds of local citizens in calling ...

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