As an artist and outdoor enthusiast, Carol Chamberland finds inspiration in the wild landscapes of New Mexico. Her recent works include mixed media paintings, digital print media, and photography. This series, called Reprise of the Ancient Ones, “celebrates the vision of
From leader Larry Hughes, May 20, 2019 Near perfect weather greeted a prime group of eleven hikers, as they started off from the Dome trailhead about 9:00 am, on their way to the Painted Cave in Capulin Canyon. After steadily
From leader Larry Hughes October 28,2017 By 11:30, our group of 9 was on the summit of Santa Fe Baldy. The relatively mild temperatures and light winds made it possible for us to enjoy a relaxed lunch on top. It
Thank you to many of you for attending the pollinator event at the Westside Open Space. What a wonderful outing! Our group was multi-generational with 20 participants. We were guided by the Westside Open Space Visitor Center staff Kent Swanson,
You are invited to join the launch of CAVU’s multi-media project, UNEARTHED: The Real Story of Oil and Gas in New Mexico. WHAT: Short film screening and panel discussion moderated by NPR’s Tara Gatewood. WHEN: Thursday, November 16th, 2017, 6:30 PM
By Denise Fort, Research Professor, UNM School of Law Chapter Energy Committee chair New Mexicans are well aware that we have the dubious honor of contributing to an enormous methane hot spot that hovers over the Four Corners Area. Methane
Join the League of Women Voters of New Mexico‘s annual workshop on Saturday, December 9 at the State Capitol. Learn tips from legislators and a professional about how to approach legislators, craft an effective message and plan your time wisely. League members
Most of us live in an urban-wildland interface so it’s no longer possible for bears to have their own habitat and humans to have ours. We have to take the right steps to reduce human/bear interactions.
By Mike Hopkins, Global Warming Express board The July fundraiser with The Global Warming Express results in 250% expansion of GWE Program! As you may know, The Global Warming Express (GWE) and the Rio Grande Chapter hosted a joint fundraising event
The NM Game Commission is considering a weakened lobo recovery plan and will announce their decision in November.