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NEARLY YEAR AFTER ATTACK, APPROVAL FOR RACE IN VALLES CALDERA DRAWS CRITICISM

From: Santa Fe New Mexican

““How many more people need [to] be mauled for these clueless officials to conclude this is a bad idea?” Jeff Ruch, the group’s executive director, said in…

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP WARNS AGAINST FOOT RACE IN BEAR COUNTRY

From: KRQE News 13

“Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility on Monday said the National Park Service is downplaying the threat of interactions between wildlife and participants…

VALLES CALDERA NATIONAL PARK APPROVES ROAD RACE DESPITE LAST YEAR'S BEAR MAULING

From: National Parks Traveler

““How many more people need be mauled for these clueless officials to conclude this is a bad idea?” Mr. Ruch said Monday, citing the mauling last June…

FEDERAL HIRING FREEZE COULD AFFECT HUNDREDS OF JOBS IN NEW MEXICO

From: Santa Fe New Mexican

"“This freeze means that the thin green line protecting America’s natural resources will get thinner and, in some places, it will snap,” Jeff Ruch, director…

AROUND NM: FEDERAL FALLOUT, WOLVES, METHANE AND MORE

From: NM Political Report

"Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility said the incident was reminiscent of George W. Bush’s administration: The…


News Releases

BEAR MAULING DOES NOT DETER PARK OK OF NEW TRAIL RUN

Valles Caldera Minimizes Safety and Wildlife Impacts in Greenlighting another Race

NEW PETROGLYPH PACT BETTER PROTECTS MONUMENT

National Park Standards and Management Extended to City-Owned Lands

STONEWALL ON PETROGLYPH PACT LEAVES MONUMENT IN LIMBO

Management Agreement Expires as Rock Art Community Gathers for Conference

PUSH FOR NEW DEAL TO PROTECT PETROGLYPH NATIONAL MONUMENT

Congressional Research Service Finds Albuquerque Cannot Trump Park Standards

PARK SERVICE TO REMOVE STUPA FROM PETROGLYPH MONUMENT

Two Years of Indecision Highlight Park Service Myopia on Religious Displays