Photos

  • Aztec Ruins National Monument, August 29, 2014 »

    U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich tours the Aztec Ruins National Monument and receives a briefing on the recent construction of a pedestrian trail and bridge. The two projects connect visitors from downtown Aztec to the national monument. The Federal Transit Administration funded the trail construction as part of the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in Parks Program. The program, administered through the U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Department of Interior, and U.S. Forest Service, seeks to conserve natural, historic, and cultural resources while reducing congestion and improving visitor mobility and accessibility. Construction on both the pedestrian trail and bridge is nearly complete.

    • Lunch with Community Leaders in Farmington, August 29, 2014 »

      U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich discusses the local economy, education, public lands, and energy development with community leaders in Farmington.

      • KSJE Radio at San Juan College in Farmington, August 29, 2014 »

        U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich discusses his visit to San Juan County with KSJE Radio's Scott Michlin.

        • Farmington Quality Center for Business, August 29, 2014 »

          U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich visits the Farmington Quality Center for Business where he meets with small business entrepreneurs at the San Juan College Enterprise Center. The Enterprise Center is a business incubator that helps entrepreneurs in New Mexico build and expand their businesses. These entrepreneurs are doing great things to advance innovation and provide jobs for the community.

          • San Juan College School of Energy Construction Site, August 29, 2014 »

            U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich tours the San Juan College School of Energy construction site in Farmington. The new 50,000 square foot complex, which is scheduled for completion in 2015, will house all energy degree and certificate programs under one facility. Currently enrolled students take courses at one of SJC's satellite locations throughout San Juan County. Nearly 7,000 students attend classes annually at the School of Energy, which has developed a well-respected curriculum for the oil and gas industry providing critical education and training to New Mexicans in the area. The college awards approximately 250 Associate of Applied Science degrees each spring in energy-related fields, including natural gas compression, petroleum technology, and renewable energy.

            • Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Congressional Delegation Luncheon Series, August 27, 2014 »

              U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich delivers the keynote address at the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce's Congressional Delegation Luncheon Series. The Senator's speech focused on high-quality education and job training opportunities being key components to building a more prosperous New Mexico and becoming a more competitive destination for new businesses.
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