Public Condemns Sale of Ancestral Tribal and Public Lands For Fracking

15,000 Acres of New Mexico’s Greater Chaco and Greater Carlsbad landscapes on the Auction Block in February

Santa Fe, N.M. — Tribal governments, as well as thousands of people and more than a dozen groups representing over five million members called on the Trump administration to cancel its plan to lease nearly 15,000 acres of ancestral tribal and federal public lands in New Mexico for fracking without fully analyzing environmental, public health, or cultural harms.

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