Southwest Environmental Center

Join our campaign to make New Mexico the first state to legislatively ban these barbaric events

Plants and animals are disappearing at a rate 1000 times faster than they would if humans weren't around.

The Southwest Environmental Center speaks for wildlife and wild places in the southwestern borderlands. We work to protect and restore vital habitats, like Otero Mesa and Rio Grande, and endangered species, like the Mexican gray wolf. Established in Las Cruces in 1992, we've had over 20 years of success, and we couldn't do it without our members. Please join us today!