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Our View: Antiquities Act matters for nation

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 The Santa Fe New Mexican For more than 100 years, Republican and Democratic presidents alike have used their authority under the Antiquities Act to preserve the greatest of America’s iconic lands and sites. Established by that superb conservationist, Republican President Teddy….

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Wilderness Weekly – March 25, 2014

Today marks the one-year anniversary of Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Learn about a special anniversary party for the national monument, plus updates on all our campaigns in this week’s eNews! Share / Bookmark / Email

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One year later, Rio Grande national monument boosting northern N.M. economy

Scott Streater, E&E reporter Published: Thursday, March 20, 2014 Nearly a year after President Obama designated the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, residents and business leaders in north-central New Mexico say the monument is fulfilling its promise as an economic driver in the region…..

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NM Businesses Show Support for New Nat’l. Monument

Troy Wilde, Public News Service-NM (03/12/14) LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Some southern New Mexico businesses are backing the effort to designate the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks as a national monument, and seeing it as an opportunity to help market their products. Several business owners are attending….

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Time Travel in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks

By Sandra Noll and Erv Nichols Have you ever imagined climbing into a machine, spinning some dials and transporting yourself into the past? Most people have thought of time travel but, in a proposed wilderness area near Las Cruces, it seemed real to us. Hearing….

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