Landowner Associations are peer-to-peer alliances with the same goal in mind. CRELA’s Landowner Associations are so important for the success of our organization. Our partner associations play a large role in our economic success as private landowners. CRELA works hard to maintain relationships with industry partners & landowner associations. We do this so we can work together to achieve success. When working with legislation, our partner Associations play a large role.
Landowner Associations are a vital piece of what keeps our organization running. They are also vital to getting goals accomplished. If we work together through these associations, we can be successful in profiting from our land. Our land is full of resources that can be profitable to landowners.
If there’s one resource eastern New Mexico’s ranches have plenty of, it’s the persistent wind. We want our Members to economically benefit from the resources they have available. CRELA is here to help, along with our partner Landowner Associations. We do this to make sure our Members are economically benefiting from their land rights.
Landowner Association Partners
Cliff Copeland , 575-633-2800
Sierra Grande Land Association
Boyd Burchard , 575-278-2166
Tramperos Wind Energy Association
Bill Brockman , 575-374-8773
Yeso Renewable Energy Association
Charlie Overton, 575-355-7788
Greater Sedan Area Energy Resources
Top of the Cap Land Association
Jay Lynn Blackburn, 575 799-4633