New Mexico—Aldo’s Silver City Broadband

Geographic area

The Aldo’s Silver City Broadband covers the Southwest New Mexico region.

Broadband Leaders:

Denise Smith, Marcia Stout

Contact us:

Denise Smith
 aldosgob@gmail.com

Marcia Stout
 aldosgob@gmail.com

 

Focus areas:

  •    Riparian health of the Gila, San Francisco, Mimbres rivers watershed and their tributaries
  •    Grazing management on our public lands
  •    Climate change and the role of our public lands
  •    Wilderness protection, including against low level flyovers in the Gila National Forest
  •    Sky Island/Wildways/healthy public lands preservation, extending to the Mexico/New Mexico Border
  •    Wolf reintroduction and habitat conservation

Projects:

  • Monitoring livestock grazing along riparian corridors in conjunction with Gila National Forest.
  • Advocating for healthy borderlands and wildlife corridors, including remediation of border wall impacts.
  • Supporting riparian health across the Forests/Wilderness, including opposing ongoing/extension of roads in critical areas.
  • Offering a public lands service project annually at our retreat and quarterly hikes to connect with people.
  • Supporting local partners such as the Gila Conservation Coalition and Center for Biological Diversity in many projects which affect our area.

Become a member of Great Old Broads for Wilderness and join our Broadband today!