New Mexico Environment Department Newsletter
to the "new" NMED. Senior Staff
have developed and are now guided by three guiding
principles of environmental holism, diversity,
and a high-performance workforce, as well
as uncovering intangible accomplishments that can
help them get closer to these goals.
newsletter you are about to look at realizes one
of these accomplishments. This has become a
vehicle that highlights a revamped employee
recognition program, as well as an orientation on
our mission, programs, projects, goals and
procedures for new and old department staff
alike. It is the editor's sincere hope that
this effort will help us work together to achieve
our common goals.
is the most diverse agency in our State's
government, with responsibilities for everything
from health concerns at a Portales Dairy Queen to
radioactive waste issues at Los Alamos National
Laboratory. The breadth and quality of our
work in all of these areas are reflected
throughout the various issues of this newsletter.
singularly, each one of these accomplishments lay
a great foundation for the future. Let's
build on that foundation throughout the coming
years and show the Citizens of the Great State of
New Mexico that "...they ain't seen nothin'
– , Editor