Resource Organizations

Commonweal’s partners in the Galisteo Basin Preserve project include:

Computer Terrain Mapping, GIS services, Boulder, Colorado; www.ctmap.com

Edward Fleming, sculptor, Galisteo, New Mexico; www.StoneHand.org

Forestry Division, New Mexico Energy, Minerals, Natural Resources Department, Santa Fe, New Mexico; www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SFD/

Great Plains Restoration Council, Houston, Texas; www.gprc.org

Natural Systems International, applied biotechnology and ecological engineering, Santa Fe, New Mexico; www.natsys-inc.com

New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, Santa Fe, New Mexico; www.newmexicoculture.org

Pecos Baldy Enterprises, trail design and construction, Santa Fe, New Mexico

People for Native Ecosystems, Santa Fe, New Mexico; www.prairiedogpne.org

Reineke Construction, trail design and construction, Sandia Park, New Mexico; www.reinekeconstruction.com

Rio Grande Agricultural Land Trust, Albuquerque, New Mexico; www.rgalt.org

Santa Fe Conservation Trust, Santa Fe, New Mexico; www.sfct.org

Santa Fe County Open Lands, Trails and Parks Advisory Committee, (COLTPAC);
www.santafecountynm.gov

Santa Fe Fat Tire Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico; www.santafefattiresociety.org

Santa Fe Raptor Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Site Workshop, land planning and landscape architecture, Seattle, Washington; www.siteworkshop.net

Southwest Archaeological Consultants, Inc., cultural resource management consulting, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Trails Alliance of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico; www.trailsallianceofsantafe.org

Urban Green, sustainable land use strategies, San Francisco, California; www.urbangreen.net

Wild Earth Guardians, Santa Fe, New Mexico; www.wildearthguardians.org

Bill Zeedyk, low-impact road design and planning consulting, Santa Fe, New Mexico