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Keep New Mexico Beautiful

Keep New Mexico Beautiful’s success has always depended on the energy, leadership and perseverance of our members. Keep New Mexico Beautiful began as a grass-roots movement in the 1960s, in response to Lady Bird Johnson’s national movement to beautify our environment, control litter and promote civic pride. In fact, for the first twenty years of KNMB’s history, our mission was carried out purely through the commitment and hard work of our members. As an annual member of Keep New Mexico Beautiful you directly contribute to grant and educational programs that keep New Mexico clean and beautiful. You become a voting member of a state-wide community of individuals, organizations, villages, towns, pueblos and businesses who care for their environment and participate in Keep New Mexico Beautiful’s mission. You also receive the following benefits: - A welcome packet - A bi-annual newsletter - Educational support and resources - Invitations to special KNMB events - Participation in KNMB governance and on a KNMB Committee - Membership to the US New Mexico Federal Credit Union Questions about KNMB membership? Please contact us at info@knmb.org, or 1-800-760-KNMB.
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Hoping to get some hummingbird visitors to your yard or garden this year? Make your own hummingbird nectar during National Pollinator Week with these easy steps.
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Hoping to get some hummingbird visitors to your yard or garden this year? Make your own hummingbird nectar during National Pollinator Week with these easy steps.
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Rising up from the flat, dusty, New Mexico desert, it’s hard to miss the imposing and mysterious Shiprock. At over 7,000 feet tall, it’s no wonder that the strange formation (actually the remains of a 27-million-year-old volcano) attracted the wonder and curiosity of humans for centuries. The ro...
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The cactus are in full bloom in New Mexico right now! These Claret Cup cactus were photographed today near El Morro.
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Yuccas are in bloom all around New Mexico right now! Have you spotted our State Flower in your neck of the woods?
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The first sizeable town away from the Texas state line along I-40 in eastern New Mexico, Tucumcari is known as a gateway to New Mexico. Here are six reasons to get your kicks in Tucumcari.