NM Wild’s Wilderness Outdoor Connection Leadership Program (WOCLP) works with middle schools in Mora and Questa to expand wilderness educational outreach to youth in northern New Mexico. Share / Bookmark / Email
The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance is excited to be building partnerships with the Bosque School in Albuquerque. The Bosque School hosted NM Wild’s annual Wilderness Conference in 2009 and 2010. In fall 2010, Bosque School’s students and faculty developed a children’s education track concurrent with….
The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance has partnered with Sembrando Semillas on Service Projects and and Outdoor Youth Activities over the past two years to strengthen the ties between conservation organizations and traditional communities in northern New Mexico. Sembrando Semillas (Growing Seeds) Youth Program was created….
In 2010 the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance embarked on a partner project with the USDA Forest Service, the Forest Stewardship Challenge, sponsored by the National Forest Foundation. NM Wild trains and mobilizes volunteers to conduct surveys in four wilderness areas in Northern New Mexico. These….
The land grants currently recognized by the State of New Mexico are the Mexican land grants from the early to mid-1800s that were acknowledged in the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. In 2004, New Mexico recognized land grants as local governments under state law, enabling….