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Albuquerque (August 14, 2013) – A recent report demonstrates the importance of protecting the last fragment of the wild Chihuahuan Desert, Otero Mesa.
Congress Extends Dismal Track Record on Land Conservation
The Wilderness Society today took a position on three bills being heard in the House Natural Resources Committee’s Subcommittee on Public Lands and Environmental Regulation.
The Wilderness Society opposes:
Officials who are in DC to celebrate economic benefits of national monuments to be visible at House hearing
The following statement is from The Wilderness Society president Jamie Williams on President Obama designating five new national monuments:
The Wilderness Society applauded President Obama for the pending designation of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument in northern New Mexico, in a
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