Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
Exploratory mining in southwestern New Mexico continues to threaten sacred sites, endangered species and critical watersheds
Conservation groups request citizen advisory council and public meetings
Data following ‘Roxy’s Law’ implementation shows fewer wildlife and pets caught in traps
Frontline and Indigenous New Mexican youth, elders and advocates are taking to the streets of New York City to challenge the Biden and Lujan Grisham administrations to finally follow through with their promises of real climate action.
New Mexico delegation to join a march of more than 10,000 advocates in New York City
Grizzly bears migrating across the Northern Rockies will be particularly vulnerable to being caught in traps.
Drinking water, intermittent streams and wetlands in New Mexico left unprotected by EPA following Sackett v. EPA Supreme Court decision
A federal judge in Oregon makes a sweeping recommendation to protect old growth on six national forests in Eastern Oregon and Washington
Under the proposed final plan, roughly 26% of the forest would be designated as suitable for timber production
Conservation groups hope new requirements ensure Mexican gray wolves aren’t unfairly blamed for depredations they didn’t commit.