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John P. Olivas

Traditional Community Organizer

New Mexico Wilderness Alliance

HQ Phone:  (505) 527-9962

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New Mexico Wilderness Alliance

275 North Downtown Mall

Las Cruces, New Mexico,88001

United States

Company Description

The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) grassroots organization dedicated to the protection, restoration, and continued enjoyment of New Mexico's wildlands and wilderness areas. Founded in 1997, we achieve our mission through administrative...more

Background Information

Employment History

Position, Federal Sector

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


Engineer

Intel Corporation


Owner

JACO Outfitters LLC


Clerk

Rio Arriba County


Traditional Community Organizer

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Affiliations

Mora County

Chairman


New Mexico Council of Outfitters and Guides

Board Member


Santa Getrudis de

Board Member


National Wild Turkey Federation

Member


Education

Masters Degree

Environmental Science

New Mexico Highlands University


Undergraduate Degree

Biology

New Mexico Highlands University


Web References(144 Total References)


Staff

www.nmwild.org [cached]

John Olivas
Traditional Community Organizer John is the former Chairman of the Mora County Commission (2010-2014). During his time in office he championed the first county wide ban on oil and gas in the United States. He has worked in the federal sector with the US Fish and Wildlife Service as a fisheries biologist with the Mora Fish Hatchery and Technology Center, and also has worked in the private sector as an engineer with Intel Corporation in Rio Rancho. He is a current board member for the Santa Getrudis de lo de Mora Land Grant and is very active in the statewide land grant efforts here in New Mexico. As an outdoor enthusiast he owns and operates JACO Outfitters a business that takes out individuals on fully guided hunting and fishing trips through out New Mexico.E-mail John>>.


50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act

www.wilderness50th.org [cached]

National Wilderness Conference Keynote Speaker: John Olivas, Mora County, New Mexico, Commissioner
John Olivas is currently the traditional community organizer for the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance in northern New Mexico, a non-profit conservation group. John works to protect federally owner public land from future development, such as oil and gas and commercial logging, through federal protection under the Wilderness Act. Mr. Olivas has an Undergraduate Degree in Biology and a Master's Degree in Environmental Science from New Mexico Highlands University. He is currently managing partner and owner of JACO Outfitters, LLC who specializes in guided hunting and fishing trips throughout New Mexico. John Olivas is currently Chairman of the Mora County Commission and represents traditional communities in northern New Mexico focusing his conservation work with grazing permittees, land grant members and Acequia Mayordomos and Parciantes. John has worked in the federal sector with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Mora National Fish Hatchery and Technology Center as a Fisheries Biologist. He has also worked with the private sector as a manufacturing engineer with Intel Corporation in Rio Rancho. He is a past board member for the Santa Getrudis de lo de Mora Land Grant and is very active in the state wide Land Grant efforts in New Mexico.


Message from our campaign team

www.nmwild.org [cached]

John Olivas, Traditional Community Organizer
As Traditional Community Organizer, Olivas represents traditional communities in northern New Mexico focusing his conservation work with grazing permittees, land grant members and Acequia Mayordomos and Parciantes. In addition to his role as traditional community organizer for NM Wild, Olivas is chairman of the Mora County Commission.


Press Releases

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"NM Wild is proud to be part of a diverse coalition in Taos County that includes elected officials, Acequia partners, land-grant members and livestock grazing permittees," said John Olivas, traditional community organizer for NM Wild.


Press Releases | New Mexico Wilderness Alliance | Page 5

www.nmwild.org [cached]

"Senator Bingaman's proposal will protect and enhance the recreational, ecological, scenic and cultural resources of northern New Mexico's shared public lands," said John Olivas, owner of JACO Outfitters and Northern New Mexico director of the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance


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