Otero Mesa

Ancestral Apache use of Otero Mesa

By Dr. Deni Seymour for Ruidoso News 11/23/11 The ancestral Apache and contemporaneous mobile peoples used Otero Mesa and the surrounding basins and mountain ranges throughout the late prehistoric and historic periods. Because of its remote location the mesa represents a special part of the….

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The healing power of the land: Otero Mesa

By Edmund McWilliams/Vietnam veteran Ruidoso News 11/08/2011   While I only moved to New Mexico in 2004, my love affair with the Southwest began many years ago. In 1970 I volunteered for the Army and was assigned to Biggs Field outside Fort Bliss for a….

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Otero Mesa Commentary in Ruidoso News

Otero Mesa Commentary in Ruidoso News–October 26, 2011         Share / Bookmark / Email

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New EcoFlight flyover footage of Otero Mesa

EcoFlight – Southern New Mexico: Otero Mesa – Monument Proposal from EcoFlight on Vimeo. Share / Bookmark / Email

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Green Chamber touts benefits of national monuments while Rep. Pearce attacks public lands again

Report Highlights Economic Impact of National Monuments Premium content from New Mexico Business Weekly by Megan Kamerick, NMBW Senior Reporter Date: Friday, October 21, 2011, 4:00am MDT   There is little dispute over the beauty of the national monuments and national parks sprinkled throughout New….

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