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Close to half a million acres of Otero Mesa is roadless and qualifies for wilderness designation.

Close to half a million acres of Otero Mesa is roadless and qualifies for wilderness designation.

The campaign to preserve Otero Mesa and its wilderness, water, and wildlife has the support of numerous organizations, businesses, religious leaders, sportsmen, ranchers, scientists, and elected officials as well as city, county and state governments. For the past eight years, we have stood together in calling for the permanent protection of this rare and beautiful grassland, as well as for measures to preserve it’s freshwater resources. Join us in working to preserve Otero Mesa for all of us and for future generations.
 
Below are letters of support for Otero Mesa from elected officials, religious leaders, sportsmen, and conservationists. You can also read about the various proposals to protect this gem of the southwest.
 
Interested in volunteering or helping the campaign? Please contact us today.
 
Letters of Support from Elected Officials:
 
Letters of Support from City and County Government
 
Letters of Support from Religious Leaders:
 
Letters of Support from Tribes
 
Proposals to Protect Otero Mesa
 
Letters of Support from Organizations

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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.