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Congressman Heinrich Concerned About Otero Mesa Mining Claims

On June 1st, Congressman Martin Heinrich (D-NM) wrote a letter to the Las Cruces Bureau of Land Management airing concerns over potential impacts of hardrock mining in America’s wildest grassland – Otero Mesa.

Click here to read the full letter, and please call Congressman Heinrich to thank him for standing up for Otero Mesa.

 In Albuquerque: 505-346-6781

In Washington, D.C.: 202-225-6316

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Coalition for Otero Mesa
Phone: (505) 843-8696 | Fax: (505) 843-8697
Email: oteromesa@yahoo.com
Contact us for more information about the Coalition for Otero Mesa, oil & gas development, or the ongoing effort to protect the last wild lands and open spaces in New Mexico.