Fracking Town Hall – September 9th!

FRACKING TOWN HALL   A COMPREHENSIVE LOOK AT FRACKING IN ABQ   The fracking industry is booming in New Mexico and its sights are set on the Albuquerque Basin. Join We Are One River for a community conversation on the risks of expanding our addiction to fossil fuels. Get Educated – Get Empowered – Protect […]

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No one is really monitoring, no one is refereeing, no one is blowing the whistle – so it falls on us.

Daniel Tso is a community leader, activist, and former Council member (1986-1995) from the Navajo Nation. He currently serves his community on multiple fronts – including his staunch advocacy for anti-fracking campaigns in New Mexico. Daniel holds a degree in Agricultural Science from New Mexico State University and is a gifted map-maker, documenting the encroachment […]

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Symposium on Fracking at The Santa Fe Art Institute

NMSP and SFAI recently hosted an informative and inspiring discussion about the threats New Mexico faces due to fracking. The event, organized & moderated by New Mexico Story Power (Asha Canalos, Delaney Pearson & Maya Rommwatt), included a panel of very special guests: Eleanor Bravo, Food & Water Watch; Mike Eisenfeld, San Juan Citizens Alliance; […]

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‘Songs From the Extraction Zones: A Symposium & Exhibition on Fracking in New Mexico’ Opens at Santa Fe Art Institute on Friday, April 28th, Featuring Notable Advocates and Artists

Please join us on Friday, April 28th, from 6-9 PM,  when New Mexico Story Power and Santa Fe Art Institute hosts an exhibition of works in dialogue with climate justice and fossil fuel resistance. At 7PM, a panel discussion begins with prominent New Mexico water and land protectors, anti-fracking advocates and community organizers. The multi-media […]

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One minute you’re losing your faith, the next you’re kicking somebody’s butt.

Art by Asha Canalos  Mike Eisenfeld is the Energy and Climate Program Manager for San Juan Citizens Alliance (SJCA) in Farmington, New Mexico. He joined SJCA in 2006, following ten years as an environmental consultant in the Four Corners region. Mike’s work addresses energy issues such as coal, oil/gas, air quality and public lands, including […]

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Go in ready to listen and learn, and don’t go in thinking you have the solutions, because you don’t.

  Art by Asha Canalos Miya King-Flaherty is a Public Lands Fellow with the Sierra Club, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her work is focused on educating people about the effects of fracking in the Northwestern region of the state. Miya works extensively with different communities in the four-corners region to build grassroots support to […]

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This is serious stuff, this is life…

  Kendra Pinto is our first featured interview. Ms. Pinto is a Native American living in the Navajo Eastern Agency, and is witness, storyteller, and educator illuminating the fossil fuel industry’s impacts on lives, communities, and the environment. She recently participated in the 2016 Save Our Public Lands Tour., which traveled to Philadelphia PA for […]

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