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Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate

Press Releases
Feb 23, 2005
Settlement to protect and restore Rio Grande Ecosystem

The purposes of this Agreement are to take steps towards protecting and restoring the ecological integrity of the Rio Grande

Rivers
#ReviveTheRio
Feb 23, 2005
Conservation Groups, Albuquerque, Reach Agreement on Rio Grande Water – Settlement Will Help City and River Thrive

A coalition of conservation organizations today announced an agreement with the City of Albuquerque that creates new mechanisms to acquire, store and release water to benefit the health of the Rio Grande

Rivers
#ReviveTheRio
Feb 13, 2005
Water accord signed – Groups reach compromise with city

The biggest legal challenge to the city of Albuquerque's San Juan-Chama water project is over

Rivers
#ReviveTheRio
Jan 18, 2005
Counter-Inauguration Party

Don't Despair, Get Active

Public Lands, Rivers, Wildlife
#EndTheWarOnWildlife, #EndangeredSpeciesAct, #ReviveTheRio, #WildlandsForWildlife
Aug 15, 2004
Editorial – Too Many Dip Into River Supply

The recent controversy about the status of flows in the Santa Fe River below the wastewater treatment plant is emblematic of a growing problem in New Mexico

Rivers
#RethinkRivers
Aug 9, 2004
Santa Fe River Preserve Restoration Project Completed: Cleaner Water Provided, Habitat Restored

The restoration project included over two miles of the Santa Fe River downstream of the city wastewater treatment facility

Rivers
#RethinkRivers
Jul 20, 2004
Rally for New Mexico Wildlands, Wildlife, and Water – Majority of New Mexicans Support Environmental Protections from Oil and Ga

Come Rally to Protect New Mexico Wildlands and Otero Mesa from Oil and Gas Drilling

Public Lands, Rivers, Wildlife
Apr 6, 2004
John Horning, Executive Director Of WildEarth Guardians, Receives Conservation Leadership Award

In special recognition of his notable accomplishments and sustained dedication in the field of public lands and biodiversity conservation in the Southwest

Climate + Energy, Public Lands, Rivers, Wildlife
Apr 6, 2004
Santa Fe Residents Lock Arms for Tree Planting, Fundraiser along the Santa Fe River by Joining Stream Team 2004

Residents from across the Southwest have embraced the restoration efforts taking place along the Santa Fe River, joining WildEarth Guardians' "Stream Team 2004" to plant thousands of native trees this spring along a three-mile stretch of River

Rivers
#EcosystemRestoration
Dec 3, 2003
A Letter from Economists to President Bush and the Governors of Eleven Western States Regarding the Economic Importance…

We are economists, and we are writing to express our concern about federal and state actions that harm the West's natural environment and, as a result, the economic outlook for this region's workers, families, firms, and communities.

Climate + Energy, Public Lands, Rivers, Wildlife