New Mexico

WLA’s statement on removal of Jeremy Vesbach from NM Game & Fish Commission

Santa Fe, NM – Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham properly understands that agriculture, recreation and conservation are all important to New Mexico and that the rights and interests of diverse stakeholders…
fish and the flame film event

The Fish & the Flame: Virtual Debut and Q&A

You’re Invited! Monday, January 10, 2022 at 5pm MST Join Chama Peak Land Alliance and Western Landowners Alliance for a virtual film screening and Q&A of the new film, The Fish…
fish and the flame film event

New film highlights how the future of conservation depends on collaboration with private, working lands

Santa Fe, NM – On Monday, January 10, 2022, Chama Peak Land Alliance and Western Landowners Alliance will convene the public, landowners, and legislators for a virtual film screening and…

Save EPLUS Campaign Event

New Mexico’s Elk Private Lands Use System (EPLUS) is important for working lands and for wildlife. The program makes key contributions to rural economies as part of a statewide $692…

Farmers, ranchers, landowners, guides and sportsmen form coalition to defend New Mexico’s private lands elk hunting program

Santa Fe, NM – New Mexico’s Elk Private Lands Use System (EPLUS) is vital for working lands and for wildlife. The program makes key contributions to rural economies and a…

RSVP: Shortgrass Prescribed Burning Workshop in Beautiful Northern New Mexico!

Are you curious about using prescribed burning in shortgrass rangelands, but not sure if it’s safe, effective, and needed? RSVP for the Shortgrass Prescribed Burn training for landowners and rangeland…

Land Stewardship in Eastern NM – Opportunities and Updates on Farm Bill Programs and the Lesser Prairie Chicken

Western Landowners Alliance and the New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts (NMACD) invite you to join us for a webinar on Wednesday, August 11th (11:00-12:30 MT). Presenters will share on…

WLA teams with Quivira, NM State Lands to offer drought resources webinars

Agricultural producers have a lot to consider in regards to drought. That’s why WLA is teaming up with the New Mexico State Lands Office and the Quivira Coalition, through the…

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