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New Mexico Wild statement on Interior Secretary’s Chaco visit with Senator Heinrich

For Immediate Release                                                                          

New Mexico Wild statement on Interior Secretary’s Chaco visit with Senator Heinrich

ALBUQUERQUE (May 29, 2019) – New Mexico Wild Executive Director Mark Allison today released the following statement regarding Interior Secretary David Bernhardt’s tour of Chaco Culture National Historical Park with Senator Martin Heinrich:

“We are grateful to Senator Martin Heinrich for inviting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt to tour Chaco Culture National Historical Park and for securing his commitment to place a moratorium on new leasing on BLM lands within 10 miles of Chaco for the next year. This affords some critical breathing room to get the best result possible in BLM’s Resource Management Plan and to advance permanent protections through passage of the Chaco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act. Secretary Bernhardt’s visit and commitment are a welcome step and we thank Senator Heinrich for his leadership creating this opportunity.”

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