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News
Tell Secretary Zinke - New Mexico Sportsmen and Women Want Sabinoso Access!
Sportsmen and women across New Mexico worked for years to obtain access to the Sabinoso Wilderness Area. Thanks to the
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Outdoor Reporter
Video Series: Public Lands 101
The management of public lands comes under many different agencies and includes many different stakeholder views. It can be confusing!
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Legislative Watch
Sportsmen for Public Lands - Help Us Save Our Monuments!
A recent executive order calls for “evaluating” our monuments. The Interior Department is accepting public comment about the designations. We
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News
Matanza for the Monument
Right now, the Interior Department is reviewing some national monuments designated in the last 21 years. In May, we threw a
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Press Release
New statewide ads: Holding Congressman Pearce Accountable on Public Lands
June 13, 2017 For immediate release LAS CRUCES – Today the New Mexico Wildlife Federation announces the posting of billboards
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News
NMWF Statement on Bears Ears Report
Today the Interior Department announced it's recommendation on the management of Bears Ears National Monument. Secretary Ryan Zinke's assessment states
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Press Release
Ben Ray Lujan to Join Matanza Event Supporting Monuments and Veterans
May 24, 2017 For immediate release ALBUQUERQUE– For years, diverse northern communities came together to protect Rio Grande del Norte.
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News
Save Bears Ears
The Interior Department is reviewing national monuments designated in the last 21 years and accepting public comments. Our monuments across
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Press Release
NMWF Returns from Bears Ears, Encourages Protection of the Monument
May 19, 2017   For immediate release ALBUQUERQUE– This week, New Mexico Wildlife Federation staff returned from a turkey hunting
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