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Legislature Secures Once-In-A-Generation Climate and Conservation Funding

February 19, 2024

This year, the New Mexico Legislature passed a $10.2 billion budget including the most significant environmental investments in state history. Over $400 million was allocated to  once-in-a-generation climate and conservation programs in the state’s budget bill, House Bill 2.

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By Updates, Petitions, Featured Stories, Public Lands, Water & Wildlife, Agendas, Accountability, Legislature, People & Health, Water Quality & Land Restoration

Need to Fully Fund Land of Enchantment Legacy Fund

December 5, 2023

Created during the 2023 legislative session, the Land of Enchantment Legacy Fund (LOE) does what has never been done in New Mexico. It invests long-term in supporting statewide programs that help protect and restore our lands, water, wildlife, and cultural heritage. 

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By Public Lands, Water & Wildlife, Success Stories, Water Quality & Land Restoration

L Bar Ranch

November 20, 2023

To know the land deeply and intimately requires time and patience.” 
These were the words spoken by Theresa Pasqual on June 29, 2022, at the Dancing Eagle event center. A program director for the Pueblo of Acoma and a CVNM Board Director, Theresa spoke to a gathering that included Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, Tribal leaders, and Trust for Public Land (TPL) representatives.

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