The Rio Grande Chapter is This training is required for those wishing to begin leading outings, and is offering an Outings Leader Training on November 3. It is required for new outings leaders and existing existing outings leaders every four years.
The children had fun – and so did we! We chased butterflies, saw jackrabbits and several kinds of birds including raptors, took close look at seeds, observed beetles, enjoyed the open space, the fantastic weather and the information our guides Becky and Hannah from Valle del Oro Bird and Breakfast shared with us.
Sign-up is by contact with leader (phone or email, if shown). You’ll need to sign a waiver that leader will provide. Dogs only allowed as noted. Trips are normally free (pay when carpooling) and open to non-members, although we do
The Bosquitos are the youth-centered group of the Bosque Action Team. Our mission is to learn about Albuquerque’s Bosque, the animals and plants that live there, and ways to take care of the Bosque and our earth as a precious natural space. Come join us our our educational outings.
For Immediate Release: September 11, 2018 Contact: Camilla Feibelman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 505.715.8388 Agency Guts Leak-Reduction Safeguards; Citizens Protest Today, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler proposed weakening the EPA’s Methane Rules, which have been in force for almost a
At the Navajo Counselor Chapter, sitting at the intersection of Highway 550 and the county road to Chaco Culture National Historic Park, the air looks clean and the wind often blows strongly across the mesas and through the valleys. But for the past 3 years, residents have complained of chest pain, headaches, coughing, wheezing, sinus problems and skin and eye irritation.
Please join the Pajarito Group and the Library’s Authors Speak at Fuller Lodge to hear about one of our environmental heroes, and to get some tips about furthering our current activism.
In cooperation with the Cibola National Forest Collaborative Groups, Forest Service staff will host several open houses in September 2018 on each of the mountain districts.
Hike Saturday September 1st, 8am – noon on the Armijo Trail out of Cedar Crest.
The September 2018 Sierra Club & Root Beer bimonthly series features the premier showing of Sacred Land, Sacred Water: Confluences in the Rio Grande Valley. Join us at 6:15, Friday September 7 at the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice.