In 2009, CRELA was established by landowners in New Mexico. We are an organization with interest in many areas of renewable energy. These include solar, hydro, and gas powered turbines to name a few. Our efforts are often focused on wind turbines, however. This is because the strength and consistent wind in our area is a powerful resource we believe should be utilized.
CRELA empowers landowners to know their rights about private property and endangered species. We help in the development of potential revenue streams and encourage any landowner who shares the focus of our mission to join.
In unity, we are able to speak at the state and federal level with one voice, so that we can make an impact on legislation that will benefit landowners.
Our membership fees allow CRELA to offer classes that teach members what to expect from a renewable energy source on their property. We are also able to offer speaking engagements on endangered species issues at our annual and regional meetings. This is because we want to see reasonable plans in place that work to preserve the habitat, but that do not overstep or harm the landowner. Membership helps us to support renewable energy in NM and surrounding states.
Membership in CRELA is an investment in your future; both by assisting in providing a new additional revenue stream and by protecting your private property rights.
Contact Dixie Heckendorn at firstname.lastname@example.org to join today.