NMLC seeks an experienced, talented, dynamic and results-oriented individual to manage its communications and outreach efforts, working with a fun and dedicated group of people for an incredibly worthy cause in a unique, beautiful and diverse part of the country! Click READ MORE for full job description. Posted: April 22, 2022. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis; position open until filled.
CS Ranch in Colfax County, New Mexico, will host a three-day, hands-on regenerative ranching school titled “Grazing for Profit and Regeneration,” May 31-June 2, the non-profit Soil Health Academy announced today.
2021: Another great year for land conservation! See NMLC's Annual Report and year's summary.
New Mexico Land Conservancy and the Department of Defense partner to protect 315,000 acres of Ted Turner's Armendaris Ranch in southern New Mexico.
Roads are one of the biggest impediments to our watersheds. They collect, concentrate and divert the original natural surface flow-patterns, causing erosion, down-cutting and accelerating sediment contribution into the mainstream system. Steve Carson explains how to get the water off the road.
In a major win for private land conservation, the 12,451-acre B Square Ranch near Farmington, NM, was protected in perpetuity from subdivision and future development by two conservation easements, completed by and donated to the New Mexico Land Conservancy by landowner, Tommy Bolack, earlier this month.
Our summer stewardship intern this year, Stephen Fowler, has a keen photographic eye, particularly for wildlife, which he has a talent for sneaking up on with his camera. Enjoy this photographic tour, taken by Stephen while monitoring the 110 conservation easements we hold throughout the state.
While out and about in the northeast grasslands of New Mexico, conducting the annual monitoring of the conservation easements we hold for some of the larger, conservation-minded ranchers in the area, our summer monitoring intern, Stephen Fowler, was fortunate to happen upon a herd of pronghorn. Stephen has a keen eye for wildlife and he wasted no time getting his camera out to bring us these images.
Don't miss our Annual Report 2020 Magazine now Online! Featuring stories about the 10 new conservation easements NMLC completed in 2020, ranging in size from 12 to 12,000 acres of high conservation-value land throughout New Mexico, protecting agricultural working lands, wildlife habitat and migratory corridors, water resources, and more.
It's not just the birds that benefit! Read how rotational grazing and a conservation easement help restore and protect New Mexico grasslands for wildlife and livestock!