Connecting people to working landscapes is an important element of land stewardship and conservation. Acquiring the knowledge, skills, and motives to improving the landscape for crops, native plants, and wildlife empowers people to work together to take strategic actions for the benefit of current and future generations.

If you would like to learn more, please consider visiting our coalition partners that currently engage in this work. This is a great way to see how the organizations can support you in your land management goals.

  • Agri-Cultura Network
  • Bernalillo County Open Space‚Äč
  • Cehmm
  • Farm To Table New Mexico
  • Grow Community Now
  • Holistic Management International
  • Institute For Applied Ecology
  • New Mexico Department Of Agriculture
  • New Mexico Farmers’ Marketing Association
  • NM Food And Ag Policy Council
  • Pueblo Of Santa Ana Department Of Natural Resources
  • Quivira Coalition
  • Red Willow Center
  • Rio Grande Joint Venture
  • Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance
  • UNM Department Of Geography & Environmental Studies
  • UNM Sustainability Studies Program