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Farmington Green Drinks

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Farmington Green Drinks is still going strong! Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of the month to enjoy a beer and good conversation with other residents who care about the environment and a sustainable future.

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Farmington Green Drinks

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Farmington Green Drinks is still going strong! Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of the month to enjoy a beer and good conversation with other residents who care about the environment and a sustainable future.

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Farmington Green Drinks

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Farmington Green Drinks is still going strong! Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of the month to enjoy a beer and good conversation with other residents who care about the environment and a sustainable future.

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Farmington Green Drinks

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Farmington Green Drinks is still going strong! Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of the month to enjoy a beer and good conversation with other residents who care about the environment and a sustainable future.

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Farmington Green Drinks

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Farmington Green Drinks is still going strong! Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of the month to enjoy a beer and good conversation with other residents who care about the environment and a sustainable future.

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Farmington Green Drinks

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Farmington Green Drinks 5-6pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month. March 23rd Farmington Green Drinks is still going strong! Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of the month to enjoy a beer and good conversation with other residents...
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Take Action: Expose Enchant Energy

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Expose Enchant Energy – We need your voice in asking the Farmington BLM to do a comprehensive environmental analysis of this project that includes thorough public participation.
Enchant Energy is a company that seeks to continue burning coal at the San Juan Generating Station outside of Farmington, NM after it closes in Summer 2022.

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Farmington Green Drinks

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Farmington Green Drinks 5-6pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month. November 17th  -  December 22nd Farmington Green Drinks is still going strong! Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of the month to enjoy a beer and good conversation...
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Farmington Green Drinks

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Farmington Green Drinks 5-6pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month. September 22nd  -  October 27th  -  November 24th  -  December 22nd Farmington Green Drinks is still going strong! Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of the month to...
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Fall/Winter 2020 Newsletter

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Our Fall/Winter 2020 Newsletter has gone out to doorsteps and PO Boxes across the country! You can also check it out here by clicking the photo below. This newsletter has updates on energy transition, the HD Mountains, pending wilderness designations,...
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Farmington Green Drinks – March

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We hope to see you again at March’s Green Drinks! Farmington Green Drinks! Thursday, March 5th, 5-7 pm Traeger’s Bar 5170 College Blvd.  Farmington, NM 87402   Green Drinks is an informal gathering that allows residents who care about environmental issues in…

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Farmington Green Drinks – February

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Green Drinks is an informal gathering that allows residents who care about environmental issues in our community get together and share a drink and conversation. It’s a great way to connect, exchange ideas and get inspired. Green Drinks are hosted in cities and towns all over the world. We hope you can join us! The more the merrier, so please bring a friend and help us spread the word!

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PRC Public Input Hearing – SJGS

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The NM Public Regulation Commission (PRC) will be holding a public input session in order to give residents of San Juan County an opportunity to share their opinions regarding the abandonment of San Juan Generating Station. PRC Chairperson Theresa Becenti-Aguilar will…

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Farmington Green Drinks – January

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If you’re like us, your New Year’s resolution is something along the lines of: Go to Green Drinks more. Well…now’s the perfect time to make good on it because the first Farmington Green Drinks of 2020 is coming up on…

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Chaco & Carlsbad BLM lease sale protest

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Communities living near oil and gas wells already suffer the effects of poor air quality due to venting and flaring of toxic are emissions, increased rates of cancer and asthma, and unsafe traveling conditions – now the Bureau of Land Management…

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Four Corners Air Quality Group meeting

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Come join us for the annual Four Corners Air Quality Group meeting in Durango this Wednesday to hear about important factors in our regional air quality and some of the steps being taken to improve it. There will also be updates from agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other governmental entities such as the NM Environmental Department. 

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Farmington Green Drinks – September

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September Green Drinks Thursday, September 5th Three Rivers Brewery Taproom, 111 E Main St. Farmington, NM 5-7 pm Farmington Green Drinks is now in its 5th month! Mark your calendars for the first Thursdays of the month to come enjoy…

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PNM Public Meeting on SJGS Abandonment

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PNM has filed for abandonment and is now navigating the process of closing San Juan Generating Station, adding more renewables to their generation portfolio and deciding which generation assets to place in San Juan County. Come join your voice to…

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Open House at Farmington Office!

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Farmington Office Open House Tuesday, April 2nd 4:30 – 6:00 pm SJCA Farmington Office San Juan Citizens Alliance now has 2 full-tim employees in northwest New Mexico and a Farmington office! Join us (drop-in at any point!) for snacks, a…

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Public Hearing on Double Drilling

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Special Hearing: Hilcorp’s Double  Drilling Request Monday, November 19th, 9 am New Mexico Oil Conservation Commission Porter Hall, 1st floor, Wendell Chino Building, 1220 South St. Francis Drive, Santa Fe, New Mexico   As you may have heard, Hilcorp is…

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BLM, can you hear us?

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Last week, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proved their determination to elevate the interests of the oil and gas industry above those of the people they’re charged to protect – twice. But we can’t give up now. GREATER CHACO...
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#DontFrackChaco Rally on 1/17!

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On Tuesday, four Navajo Nation chapter presidents, impacted community members, and one NM State Representative met with State Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Director Amy Lueders. The group requested a cancellation of the January 2017 oil and gas lease sale…

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Court allows continued intensive, unstudied fracking in Greater Chaco Northwest New Mexico oil drilling will continue despite risks to communities, cultural resources and environment

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Farmington Field Office has agreed that their 2003 Resource Management Plan (RMP) does not sufficiently plan for fracking around Chaco Canyon. Yet, while they amend their RMP to reflect this awareness, they are still approving…

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Clean-water groups respond to Environment Secretary Ryan Flynn’s congressional testimony

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For immediate release: Sept. 17, 2015 Media Contacts: Allyson Siwik, Gila Resources Information Project, 575-590-7619, allysonsiwik@gmail.com Mike Eisenfeld, San Juan Citizens Alliance, 505-360-8994, mike@sanjuancitizens.org Rachel Conn, Amigos Bravos, 575.770.8327, rconn@amigosbravos.org Eleanor Bravo, Food and Water Watch, 505-633-7366, ebravo@fwwatch.org Liliana Castillo,…

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