We’re Hiring! Water & Land Restoration Advocate

Title: Water and Land Restoration Advocate Status: Full-Time, Exempt Reports to: CVNM Political and Policy Director General Description:  Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) and CVNM Education Fund are a family of nonprofit organizations headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient communities where our conservation and cultural [read more…]


We’re Hiring! Campaigns and Civic Engagement Associate

Campaigns & Civic Engagement Associate  Job Posting Title: Campaigns & Civic Engagement Associate Status: Full-time, Exempt Reports to: Campaigns and Civic Engagement Director  Purpose & Background:  Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient communities where our conservation [read more…]


A bold vision for New Mexico

A bold vision for New Mexico By: Charles de Saillan, CVNM Board President & CVNM 2020 Legislative Reception keynote speaker We are facing what many people are calling – correctly – a climate crisis. Two years ago, in 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued a report warning us that if we are to [read more…]


Conservation Voters New Mexico Honors Representative Georgene Louis At 14th Annual Legislative Reception

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                        Contact: Molly Taylor, 505-554-4115 or Molly@cvnm.org Santa Fe, N.M. — Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) will present State Representative Georgene Louis (HD 13, Bernalillo) with the 2020 Luminaria Award at CVNM’s 14th annual Legislative Reception on January 29th. CVNM’s annual Legislative Reception is a dynamic gathering of policymakers, business leaders and community [read more…]


CVNM’s 2020 Legislative Priorities

CVNM’s 2020 Legislative Priorities 2019 was a significant year for protecting our public lands and investing in our renewable energy future. During the last twelve months, New Mexico established a new government office—the Outdoor Recreation Division—that is tasked with building a thriving ecotourism economy and increasing access for youth to the outdoors. The Lujan Grisham [read more…]