• National Park Service Centennial Photo Exhibit, November 14, 2016 »

    On November 14, 2016, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on National Parks, was an honorary co-hosts of a U.S. Capitol reception in celebration of our national parks. The event kicked off the photo exhibit, National Parks of the American Southwest: A Centennial Portrait, in the Russell Senate Office Building Rotunda. The exhibit features work by New Mexico photographer Cody Brothers and showcase iconic national parks highlighting the natural and cultural heritage of the American Southwest. Brothers was born in Farmington and grew up in Albuquerque until high school. He returned to the state in 2005 and currently resides in the village of Pecos. He and his wife Nikkol own and operate Visions Photo Lab in Santa Fe. The exhibit is sponsored by Cody Brothers Photography, National Parks Conservation Association, and The Springs Preserve.
    • Veterans Day in Las Vegas, NM, November 11, 2016 »

      U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich commemorates Veterans Day at a ceremony in Veterans Park in Las Vegas, N.M., November 11, 2016.
      • Hertzstein Museum in Clayton, NM, November 9, 2016 »

        U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich visits the Hertzstein Museum in Clayton
        • Union County General Hospital in Clayton, NM, November 9, 2016 »

          U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich visits Union County General Hospital in Clayton
          • Raytheon Dine Facility Tour, October 20, 2016 »

            Senator Martin Heinrich tours the Raytheon Missile Systems Diné Facility south of Farmington and meets with Raytheon Site Manager Matt Ryan and other employees to thank them for their contributions to national security. The facility employs 330 employees--the majority of whom are tribal members--and is nearing completion of a new warehouse that will enable Raytheon to streamline the flow of material and production and hire more employees.
            • San Juan River Simon Canyon Restoration Efforts, October 20, 2016 »

              U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich fishes on the San Juan River and observers the ongoing efforts to improve the Simon Canyon watershed and reduce sediment flow.
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