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About Us

CEHMM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. We have created a wide range of cutting edge programs that work toward practical solutions to issues that affect both human health and the environment. These projects serve the community, the region, and the state through cooperative conservation, educational outreach, job creation, and research leading to resolution of important technical and environmental challenges.

Mission
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The purpose of the CEHMM projects is to work toward practical solutions to issues that affect both human health and the environment. The projects serve the community, the region, and the state through educational outreach, job creation, and research leading to the resolution of important technical and environmental challenges.

In the News
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Carlsbad Community Foundation Announces CEHMM Grant Recipient

The Foundation is pleased to announce that CEHMM has been awarded a Benjamin P. Duke Memorial Grant! Funds will be used to provide an environmental education exhibit at BLM's Cottonwood Day Use Area, promoting the conservation of the Texas Hornshell Mussel, the Rio Grande River Cooter, and two fish species - the Blue Sucker and the Gray Redhorse. Shown in the photo are CEHMM's Executive Director Emily Wirth and Operations Manager Matt Mathis, who successfully applied for the competitive Duke Grant, which benefits animals, domestic and wild.

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CEHMM
There to keep landowners and the industry working since 2004

 

In New Mexico, ranchers have been caring for the land since before statehood.  We continually adopt new and innovative ways to improve the landscape, ensuring its sustainability for livestock and wildlife habitat. Conservation programs are just one way that ranching families work to leave the land better than they found it.

CEHMM is here to help keep

Landowners & Industry working.