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New Mexico ASLA Chapter Year-In-Review02-06-24 | News

New Mexico ASLA Chapter Year-In-Review

LASN 2023 Yearbook
by Staff

New Mexico Chapter of ASLA

2023 Disc Golf Tournament
Our Disc Golf Tournament was quite a success! We want to extend a huge thank you to the Ladera Golf Course for their outstanding accommodations and excellent support throughout the event!


The Jeff Harner Award Goes to: Valle De Oro!
Valle de Oro has won the top award for contemporary architecture from the 2023 Jeff Harnar Awards!

Advocacy Day
The NMASLA Executive Committee and members were successful at the recent legislative session advocating for our profession and supporting several bills that affect our industry. This effort positions our profession to advocate for licensure, programs and projects that enhance our urban and rural economies and environments in upcoming legislative sessions. Furthermore, it gives all of us the resources and information to advocate for our collective interests of the environment, clean air and water, and human wellness.
Two bills were supported by NMASLA and were signed into law by the governor.

House Bill 8- Creative Industries Division
Do you have a good idea that has economic development potential and has a broad base of support in a local community? House Bill 8 creates a fund for a new Creative Industries Division within the Economic Development Department to increase and advance the creative industry-based economy on New Mexico by providing grants for projects or programs that promote the growth of the creative industries in New Mexico. Creative industries are persons or organizations that are engaged in creative enterprises include, but are not limited to performance, visual or literary arts, media, landscape architecture, or artisanal professions. 50 percent of its funds must be used in rural and underserved areas of the state.

Senate Bill 9- Land of Enchantment Legacy Fund
Senate Bill 9 creates a permanent fund dedicated to conservation of our environment. Dedicated to those agencies that have a proven track record of success, an initial investment of 50 million will leverage hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funds for all 33 counties and tribal communities. Existing programs to receive the funds prioritize land and water conservation, forest and watershed health, outdoor recreation and infrastructure, agriculture and working lands, historic preservation, and wildlife species protection.


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