About Friends of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks
Friends of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks seeks to protect our unique Southern New Mexico landscapes, cultural heritage and recreation opportunities by educating the public, engaging with policymakers and protecting access to public land for all.
We are committed to the protection and restoration of the ecological, natural, cultural and historic resources of the Organ Mountains Desert Peaks National Monument and National Conservation Lands. Our work will ensure the protection of the resources and responsible access regardless of wealth, privilege or social standing.
From the blog
Residents of Las Cruces, New Mexico can talk all day about our main agricultural crop, green chile. We eat it on our hamburgers, add it to our breakfast, and even eat it on ice cream. Our restaurants have green chile in almost every dish, bloody Mary drinks are made with … read more
Blog and all photos by CLF intern Jake Glassman. A public meeting with Obama Administration officials in Bluff, Utah on July 16th marked a huge milestone in the campaign to protect the Bears Ears region of that state as a national monument. The 1.9 million acre area known as the … read more
2016 marks the third annual Latino Conservation Week, an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) to harness the Latino community’s passion for the outdoors and spotlight its role in conservation. It started with just 17 partners and 17 events. Now, there are over 100 partners and events that are engaging Latino … read more