Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
The lands contain important habitat for greater sage grouse and rare redband trout, which is degraded by grazing
Federal Proposal Would Halt Wolf Recovery, Allow More Wolf Killing
Leases would industrialize public lands, and threaten to pollute air and water in the region’s most important aquifer
Call on BLM to Reject Flawed Analyses and Meaningfully Engage Public in Greater Chaco Fracking Decisions
Regional Supervisor: “You are being held accountable for your own actions”
New reporting requirements added, but traps, poisons, aerial gunning remain permissible
The species is severely threatened by habitat destruction, and only a few isolated populations remain.
Trump Administration Illegally Authorized Expansion of Arch Coal’s West Elk Mine
In response to the upcoming contract renewal with federal agency Wildlife Services, New Mexico conservation groups are launching a People’s Contract for Coexistence with Wildlife that prioritizes humane treatment of our wild neighbors.
Communities Speak Out Against Final Resource Plan