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Home ::: New Mexico

Population: 2055287

Total Males: 1015710
Total Females: 1039577
Median Household Income: $ 44886
Total Households: 763844

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of New Mexico in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Abiquiu Agua Fria
Alameda Alamogordo Albequerque
Albuqerque Albuquerque Albuquuerque
Alcalde Algodones Alto
Amalia Amistad Angel Fire
Animas Anthony Anton Chico
Aragon Arenas Valley Arrey
Arroyo Hondo Arroyo Seco Artesia
Aztec Bandelier National Monument Bard
Bent Berino Bernalillo
Bisti Blanco Bloomfield
Bluewater Bosque Farms Boston
Brandon Brimhall Nizhoni Broadview
Buckhorn Buena Vista Caballo
Canjilon Cannon Air Force Base Canoncito
Capitan Capulin Carlsbad
Carrizozo Carson Casa Blanca
CASSOPOLIS Causey Cebolla
Cedar Crest Cerrillos Cerro
Chacon Chama Chamberino
Chamisal Chaparral Chimayo
Church Rock Cimarron Claunch
Clayton Cleveland Cliff
Clines Corners Cloudcroft Clovis
Cochiti Lake Cochiti Pueblo Columbus
Conchas Dam Consequences Continental Divide
Cordova Corona Corrales
Crossroads Crownpoint Cuba
Cubero Cuchillo Cuervo
DALLAS Datil Deming
Des Moines Dexter Dixon
Dona Ana Dora Dulce
Eagle Nest Edgewood El Prado
El Rito Elephant Butte Elida
Embudo Espanola Estancia
Eunice Fairacres Farmington
Fence Lake Flora Vista Floyd
Folsom Fort Bayard Fort Sumner
Fort Wingate Fruitland Gallina
Gallup Gamerco Garfield
Garita Gila Gladstone
Glencoe Glenwood Glorieta
Grady Grants Grenville
Guadalupita Hagerman Hanover
Hatch Hernandez High Rolls Mountain Park
Hillsboro Hobbbs Hobbs
Holloman Air Force Base Holman Hondo
Hope House Hurley
Ilfeld Isleta Jal
Jamestown Jarales Jemez Pueblo
Jemez Springs Kirtland Kirtland Air Force Base
La Joya La Loma La Luz
La Madera La Mesa La Plata
Laguna Lake Arthur Lakewood
Lamy Las Cruces Las Vegas
Lasueqas Lemitar Lincoln
Lindrith Logan Lordsburg
Los Alamos Los Angeles Los Lunas
Los Ojos Los Ranchos Los Ranchos de Albuquerque
Loving Lovington Luna
MACHESNEY PARK Magdalena Maljamar
Manuelito Maxwell Mayhill
McAlister McDonald McIntosh
Medanales Melrose Mentmore
Mescalero Mesilla Mesilla Park
Mesquite Miami Milan
Mills Milnesand Mimbres
Mogollon Montezuma Monticello
Monument Mora Moriarty
Mosquero Mountainair Nageezi
Nara Visa Navajo Navajo Dam
New Laguna Newcomb Newkirk
Nogal Ocate Ojo Caliente
Organ Orogrande Paguate
Pecos Pena Blanca Penasco
Pep Peralta Petaca
Philadelphia Picacho Pie Town
Pinehill Pinon Pinos Altos
Placitas Playas Polvadera
Ponderosa Portales Prewitt
PRINCETON Pueblo Of Acoma Quemado
Questa Radium Springs Rainsville
Ramah Ranch Of Taos Ranchos De Taos
Raton Red River Regina
Rehoboth Reserve Ribera
Rincon Rinconada Rio Rancho
Rociada Rodeo Rogers
Roswell Rowe Roy
Ruidoso Ruidoso Downs Salem
San Acacia San Antonio San Cristobal
San Felipe Pueblo San Fidel San Jon
San Juan Pueblo San Miguel San Ysidro
Sandia Park Santa Ana Pueblo Santa Clara
Santa Cruz Santa Fe Santa Rosa
Santa Teresa Santo Domingo Pueblo Sapello
Seattle Sedan Serafina
Shiprock Silver City Smith Lake
Socorro Solano Springer
Stanley STOCKTON Sunland Park
Sunspot Tampa Taos
Taos Ski Valley Tatum Ter Crnfd
Tererro Tesuque Texico
Thoreau Tierra Amarilla Tijeras
Timberon Tinnie Tohatchi
Tome Torreon Trementina
Tres Piedras Truchas Truth or Cons.
Truth Or Consequence Truth Or Consequences Tsebonito
Tucumcari Tularosa Tyrone
Ute Park Vadito Vado
Valdez Vallecitos Vanderwagen
Vaughn Veguita Velarde
Villanueva VINCENNES Wagon Mound
Waterflow Weed White Rock
White Sands White Sands Missile Range Whites City
Willard Williamsburg Winston
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: New Mexico

Basic History

Spanish explorers searching for gold traveled the region that became New Mexico in 1540-42. In 1598, the first Spanish settlement was established. The U.S. acquired most of New Mexico in 1848, as a result of the Mexican War. Union troops captured the territory from the Confederates during the Civil War. A bid for statehood with an anti-slavery constitution was halted in 1850. In the same year New Mexico was organized as a territory without restriction on slavery. Statehood was finally granted in 1912.

Environmental History

Characteristic vegetation includes juniper woodland, sagebrush, ponderosa pine, oak woodlands, mixed conifer and aspen forests, spruce/fir forests and meadows, tundra wild flowers and riparian shrubs. 13 plant species are now listed threatened or endangered, including the prickly poppy, Moncos milk-vetch, and two species of cacti. Indigenous animals include the pronghorn antelope, javelina, black-throated sparrow, mule and white-tailed deer, ringtail, elk, wild turkey, black bear, hairy woodpecker, bighorn sheep, and pika. 29 New Mexican animal species are now classified as threatened or endangered, including two species of bat, whooping crane, bald eagle, Mexican spotted owl, three species of shiner, and razorback sucker.

Green Initiatives

New Mexico is leading the way with sweeping green initiatives. The Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico, for example, conducts full energy audits. Projects resulting from energy audits include replacing old HVAC units; replacing existing lighting system with high efficiency T5 lights, delamping and adding motion sensors in office spaces; insulating the warehouse, thus saving gas to keep areas of it warm; removing all plastic, glass and metal from the waste before it is sent to a composting station; they are partnering with authorities that have green waste recycling programs to accept food waste, along with local recycling firms to bale and send boxes for proper recycling instead of throwing them into the landfill; and reducing carbon footprint. New Mexico’s Green Filmmaking Initiative is a voluntary program to encourage environmentally sensitive film and television production. The New Mexico Film Office offers online materials to productions about the use of alternative materials and environmentally friendly practices which would include information on: recycling, purchasing organic products, donating unused/unwanted items to welfare organizations, using non-toxic/low-toxic supplies and paints, leasing hybrid/electric vehicles, using biodiesel for generators, using alternative and biofuels for all other vehicles, water management/rainwater harvesting, and waste reduction techniques, among others.
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