New Mexico Communities Environmental Education ProjectOur mission is to build an inclusive coalition of individuals and organizations in communities throughout New Mexico who will work together to identify and document the local assets and capacities for education about the environment...more here!
Albuquerque's Environmental StoryAlbuquerque's Environmental Story: Educating For a Sustainable Community was created to help students relate caringly totheir local natural and human environment. A primary objective of the document is to foster a mindset in Albuquerque's futurecitizens which can lead to a sustainable future for their community.
New Mexico Environmental Evaluation GroupThe purpose of the New Mexico Environmental Evaluation Group (EEG) is to conduct an independent technical evaluation of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) project to ensure protection of the public health, safety, and the environment. The EEG has also been measuring background radioactivity in the air, water, and soil around the WIPP site and in surrounding communities since 1985.
New Mexico Environment DepartmentThe DOE Oversight Bureau operates under a unique program that allows the State of New Mexico to perform environmentaloversight activities at New Mexico's Department of Energy (DOE) facilities. We monitor air, surface water, ground water, soils,and environmental restoration programs at the Sandia National Laboratories, the Inhalation Toxicology Research Institute, LosAlamos National Laboratory, and the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant.
Environmental Education Task ForceEnvironmental Education Task Force: In collaboration with other New Mexico organizations, WERC will assess environmental education in New Mexico and recommend improvements. WERC will be working closely with Cd. Juarez, Mexico, educators to develop workshops that they can facilitate in Mexico.
New Mexico Wildlife AssociationThe New Mexico Wildlife Association is a not for profit, (c)(3) corporation. The not for profit determination was received from the Internal Revenue Service on August 14, 1992. Our purpose is to create and manage Wildlife West, a wildlife nature park, located nineteen miles east of Albuquerque and 50 miles south of Santa Fe in southern Santa Fe county.
Wildlife WestWildlife West Nature Park is located on the west bound frontage road of Interstate 40 at the Edgewood exit #187. The park is less than one mile from the interchange. Wildlife West Nature Park is a 122 acre, hands-on environmental education center. It features plants and animals indigenous to the Southwest as well as their habitats.
Rio Grande Chapter Sierra ClubWelcome to the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club. These documents were created to enhance communications betweenour members and to help inform concerned citizens in the New Mexico / West Texas region of the Desert Southwest.
Forest GuardiansForest Guardians is leading the fight to protect and restore the forests, rivers, grasslands, wildlife and wilderness of the Southwest.
LightHawkSince 1979, LightHawk has used the power of flight to educate and activate local officials, community leaders, and -- through international press -- the general public about land use practices that threaten to destroy earth's diverse and fragile ecosystems. Our mission is a simple one: to use aerial education and advocacy to defend the environment.