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Explore Otero Mesa through video, images and print: watch our streaming videos or send us an email to order a copy of any of the publications below. Click here for archived new articles on Otero Mesa, 2002-2009.


The Journey to Save Otero Mesa

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A photo-documentary narrated by Stephen Capra.  Learn about the grassroots movement to stop oil and gas drilling on the Mesa. The story of the campaign’s challenges and triumphs is punctuated with a stunning photomontage of the landscapes, flora and fauna that make this region worth any struggle to protect. Order the DVD for $5.00

Experience Otero Mesa

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A cinematic tour of the places and people of the Mesa. Follow a team of artists and activists as they inventory the abundance of biological and cultural resources in the area.Order the DVD for $5.00

Otero Mesa: Preserving America’s Wildest GrasslandGregory McNamee, Stephen Strom and Stephen Capra
Foreword by Governor Bill Richardson

A captivating,  thorough depiction of the natural and cultural history of Otero Mesa, with a look at the forces threatening its future. Gorgeous color photo illustrations by Stephen Strom and Stephen Capra, and a foreword by Governor Bill Richardson are guaranteed to inspire and ignite. Order the softcover book for $25.00

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Contact Us

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.