Las Cruces, New Mexico. (December 6, 2023) – Coterra Energy is a new sponsor of New Mexico Agriculture in the Classroom (NMAITC), supporting NMAITC at $5,000 in 2023. Coterra Energy’s support is helping NMAITC reach more Pre-K-12th grade New Mexico classroom teachers and their students with crucial agricultural and natural resource literacy instruction.

“We appreciate Coterra Energy for their commitment to New Mexico agriculture,” said Elizabeth Foster, CEO of the New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau and secretary/treasurer of the New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau Foundation. “Their support allows us to increase our impact in New Mexico classrooms across our state.”

“Agriculture and energy are partners, you can’t have one without the other and we’ve witnessed that in our partnership with New Mexico Ag in the Classroom. Agriculture and Education are two of our pillars of outreach and AITC is a beautiful way to see the two converge,” said Becca Myers, External Affairs for Coterra.

Coterra Energy is a premier, diversified energy company. We have some of the best oil and natural gas assets in the country. We embrace innovation, technology and data in the communities where we operate. Our approach is centered on a dedicated, consistent effort toward reducing our footprint. Our operations are primarily concentrated in three operating areas: the Permian Basin in west Texas and southern New Mexico, the Marcellus Shale in northeast Pennsylvania and the Anadarko Basin in the Mid-Continent region in Oklahoma. Website:

New Mexico Agriculture in the Classroom is the educational outreach program of the New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau Foundation. The purpose of NMAITC is to educate the general public, with an emphasis on Pre-K-12th grade students and educators, about the importance of agriculture. Website: