Andy Dean-Gila trout biologist New Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office-releases Gila trout into Mineral Creek photo Craig Springer USFWS resized
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NMWF Submits Comments on Gila Trout Restoration
New Mexico Wildlife Federation Public Comments Whitewater Creek Gila Trout Restoration To: Dustin Myers, c/o Anne Casey, Glenwood Ranger District
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New Mexico Wildlife Federation Applauds Update to Stream Protection Rule
Fulfilling a campaign promise, today President Barack Obama introduced an updated Stream Protection Rule which will better protect the health
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New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Gila trout biologist Jill Wick loads Gila trout for dispersal in Mineral Creek from helitank photo Craig Springer USFWS resized
Outdoor Reporter
Gila Trout Swim Mineral Creek
Wear and tear on boot soles and a helicopter—that’s what it took to get 1,033 Gila trout safely placed in
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Pecos Wilderness
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The New Mexico Wildlife Federation Responds to EPA Appointment
Sportsmen and women, all who use the outdoors, and the greater citizenry of the United States who believe that laws
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Gila Diversion Petition
The Gila is the last free-flowing river in New Mexico. Diverting it would be costly and ineffective. Write to the
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Public land access New Mexico
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NMWF Statement on the Election and Our Work Going Forward
On January 20, 2017, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. The
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Rio Grande del Norte
Press Release
NMWF to Hold Hero’s Day Fishing Event, September 10th in Rio Grande del Norte National Monument
September 8, 2016 For immediate release ALBUQUERQUE – During this weekend of national significance, the New Mexico Wildlife Federation is
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NMWF Joins "Put New Mexico First" Campaign in New Statewide Ads
September 7, 2016 For immediate release New statewide ads: Big donor pushed for law to cut the public out of
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Gila River
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Protect the Gila, The Last Free Flowing River
The Gila River is the last free-flowing river in New Mexico. The Gila is a world class destination right in
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