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The Southwest Green Chamber is a mix of locally owned businesses

and those striving to make Southwest New Mexico a more exciting

and vibrant place in the Silver City/Grant County area.

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The Southwest New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce was established in 2010 to support and connect locally-owned businesses dedicated to building sustainable economy communities.

A sustainable community maximizes the potential and builds existing and start-up businesses which enhance the quality of life, well being, and health of the citizens.

The Southwest Chapter has adopted specific initiatives for programming and advocacy that reflect our unique community. These areas are: Local Foods, Green Jobs, Buying Local, EcoTourism, and Local Investment Capital.

A special thank you to our Southwest NM Chapter sponsors: Gila Regional Medical Center & the Town of Silver City

 

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Chapter news

Press Release: New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce Thanks Mike Boots for his Support of New Mexico’s National Monuments

Published on January 14, 2015

For Immediate Release January 14, 2015 Contact: Erin Sanborn Partnership for Responsible Business 575-770-2991 or prbnewmexico@gmail.com   New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce Thanks Mike

Press Release: NM businesses to legislators-Protect our Public Lands from Transfers

Published on November 18, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NM businesses to legislators: Protect our Public Lands from Transfers National public lands belong to all Americans, businesses say ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. –

Southwest New Mexico Green Chamber moves to new downtown location

Published on July 10, 2014

By Bill Charland For the Sun-News Posted: 07/02/2014 05:28:15 PM MDT SILVER CITY >> Location, location, location. For Cissy McAndrew, apart-time Realtor who serves as

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