Photos

  • Wildlife Corridor and Connectivity Summit, August 22, 2017 »

    U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich provides the keynote address at the 2017 Wildlife Corridor and Connectivity Summit hosted by the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, Colorado Wildlife Federation, National Wildlife Federation and Trout Unlimited. The summit focused on U.S. Forest Service landscape connectivity projects in the Upper Rio Grande Watershed and the importance of collaboration between local, state, federal, tribal and non-profit agencies and organizations. August 22, 2017.
    • Teacher Listening Session in Taos, August 21, 2017 »

      U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich hosts a roundtable with Taos Municipal School educators to discuss challenges and opportunities for education in rural New Mexico and what’s at stake under President Trump’s proposed education budget cuts. August 21, 2017.
      • Hiking With Kids In Pecos National Historical Park, August 10, 2017 »

        U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich hikes Pecos National Historical Park with a group of schoolchildren to highlight the Every Kid Outdoors Act, bipartisan legislation he introduced to encourage kids to get outdoors and experience America’s public spaces, while engaging in healthy activity and educational programs. August 10, 2017.
        • Tribal Broadband Listening Session In Santa Fe, August 9, 2017 »

          U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich hosts a listening session at the Santa Fe Indian School with members of two Pueblo library consortiums representing the Pueblos of Cochiti, Jemez, Zia, Santa Ana, San Felipe, and Santo Domingo to discuss broadband connectivity in Indian Country. August 9, 2017.
          • Touring The Sabinoso Wilderness With Secretary Zinke, July 29, 2017 »

            U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich hosts U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke on a horseback ride into Canyon Largo with U.S. Senator Tom Udall, local sportsmen, public land advocates, and community leaders to discuss the Sabinoso Wilderness in New Mexico. The Sabinoso is the only legally inaccessible wilderness area in the entire nation. Surrounded by private land and without a legal road or trail to get there, the public has effectively been locked out of this stunning landscape that we all own. Located on just over 16,000 acres in San Miguel County, the scenic Sabinoso Wilderness is home to a variety of wildlife, including mule deer, elk, and wild turkey. Its dramatic landscape includes the 1,000-foot tall Canyon Largo and striking rock formations. For years, Senator Heinrich has worked with the community to unlock the Sabinoso Wilderness to the public. In 2016, he welcomed the announcement that the Wilderness Land Trust purchased a 4,176-acre property neighboring the Sabinoso, with the purpose of donating the land to the Bureau of Land Management so it could be added to the existing wilderness. In addition, the property includes a legal road easement allowing access to the edge of Largo Canyon and by extension the entire Sabinoso Wilderness. Local sportsmen’s groups as well as the San Miguel County Commission have enthusiastically endorsed this proposal, which represents a major economic opportunity for Las Vegas and the surrounding communities. July 29, 2017.
            • KSWV Radio Interview, July 5, 2017 »

              U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich discusses his visit to Santa Fe, growing the clean energy economy, and workforce training with KSWV’s Pat Gonzales. July 5, 2017.
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