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We are seeking a full-time exempt Water and Land Restoration Advocate to develop, coordinate, and implement public policy initiatives and advocacy strategies that advance New Mexico’s leadership to proactively address legacy mine waste, impacts of hard rock mining projects (current and proposed), groundwater and surface water contamination, watershed conservation, freshwater protection, statewide water allocation and [read more…]
If you have been paying attention to the legislature, you’ve probably heard someone say that “water is the sleeper issue of the session.” Those are the words of Senate Majority Leader Michael Sanchez. That was three weeks ago. Water isn’t asleep; it’s in a coma. If we don’t do something soon, our future will suffer. [read more…]
“This isn’t a regional issue; it’s not a partisan issue. It’s a statewide issue. It is an issue that involves each one of us as New Mexicans. We’re all in this together and we all need to step up and navigate our way through as we move forward.” That’s Conservation Champion and Senate Conservation Chair [read more…]
On Wednesday, in House Energy and Natural Resources Committee, the Chair Representative Brian Egolf, presented HB136 which would require operators to disclose all of the chemicals they use in their fracturing liquid. More than 2 dozen hands flew up when Vice Chair Representative Jeff Steinborn asked if anyone in the audience wanted to testify about [read more…]
You know, I’d always heard that being a news reporter was like choosing a new field of expertise every day. Now I know that this situation is common for work of all kinds. Today, CVNM’s legislative team sat in on committee hearings which heard bills about voting and elections, benefit corporations, dental amalgam and labeling [read more…]