Commissioner Stephanie Garcia today announced the launch of the Land Office’s outdoor recreation campaign, “Open for Adventure.” The announcement was made in partnership with the New Mexico Wildlife Federation and Pojoaque Valley Intermediate School.
Commissioner Garcia Richard Awards 7,000 Acre Lease for La Joya Wind Farm Expansion
SANTA FE, NM – State Land Office General Counsel, Ari Biernoff, released the following statement regarding Cypress Inc.’s contest of the Land Office’s cancellation of two agricultural grazing leases.
SANTA FE, NM – State Land Office employees gathered this morning to raise an “End Domestic Violence” flag which features the purple ribbon recognizing survivors and victims of domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men in the United […]
Since assuming office in January, Commissioner Garcia Richard has been working to enhance the auditing capacity at the State Land Office. The Royalty Management Division is tasked with auditing 85% of Land Office royalty revenue every five years.
Jeremy Lewis comes to the Land Office from the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s Energy Conservation and Management Division, where he served as the Chief of the Energy Planning and Program Bureau.
State, Federal Officials Gathered With Community Leaders For Wildlife Migration Corridors Summit In Taos
Elected officials, forest planners, wildlife authorities, landowners, tribal leaders and community members gather to discuss new policy initiatives for protecting important migration areas