Thursday, May 5, 2016
New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Releases Wild Guide
For nearly two decades, experienced attorney Geoffrey Scovil has represented clients as a solo practitioner in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Outside of his professional pursuits, Geoffrey Scovil gives back to the Albuquerque community and the state of New Mexico through his support of organizations such as the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance.
In addition to overseeing grassroots programs aimed at protecting and preserving wild areas throughout New Mexico, the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance offers events and resources to help the state’s residents experience the natural beauty that surrounds them. Recently, the organization released Wild Guide: Passport to New Mexico Wilderness, a guidebook that provides an overview of the special wild places that New Mexico has to offer.
In its 255 pages, the publication features color maps, stunning photography, and a history of New Mexico wilderness. Wild Guide also includes ideas for hikes, camping trips, and backpacking adventures in the state’s designated wilderness areas and public lands. With details about both well-known and unfamiliar outdoor areas, the guidebook is a great resource for those looking to explore New Mexico. Wild Guide can be purchased for $19.95 in stores across New Mexico or online at www.nmwild.org.