Outings Leader Training – Fall 2018

Outings Leader Training - Fall 2018
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 ...
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Trip report – Birds & Breakfast @Valle de Oro was fun!

Trip report - Birds & Breakfast @Valle de Oro was fun!
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.  ...
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Fall 2018 Outings

Fall 2018 Outings
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 like it if you join the Club to increase our local and national clout. Please RSVP the leader unless otherwise stated. Updates and reservations on some outings are available on the Santa Fe Outings Meetup website. October Saturday, October 6, 2018: White Mesa ...
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Fall 2018 Bosquitos Outings

Fall 2018 Bosquitos Outings
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 ...
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October hike with Inspiring Connections Outdoors

October hike with Inspiring Connections Outdoors
The next outing of the New Mexico ICO program will be Friday, October 12, with YouthWorks of Santa Fe. We will hike as much as we feel like (even if it’s not very far) on the Aspen Vista Trail. The aspen should look glorious this time of year. We’re meeting at 8:45 and leaving at 9 a.m., and we should be back no later than 3:00. Those interested should contact Raymond N. Greenwell, at matrng@hofstra.edu ...
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EPA: Oil and Gas Wells Can Keep on Polluting and Wasting Methane

EPA: Oil and Gas Wells Can Keep on Polluting and Wasting Methane
For Immediate Release: September 11, 2018 Contact: Camilla Feibelman, camilla.feibelman@sierraclub.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 year, for the oil and gas industry. When first proposed under the Obama Administration, more than 27,000 New Mexicans commented in favor of these rules meant to stop oil and gas waste and pollution. These common-sense safeguards limit the release ...
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Climate Action Platform

Climate Action Platform
As we Rise at the Rio for Climate, Water Jobs and Justice on Sept 8, 2018, our coalition of organizations and individuals are calling on elected officials and candidates to join our call to action on the climate, water, jobs and justice.  The following is our Call to Action: Candidates We call on all candidates for every elected office to take the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge, nofossilfuelmoney.org Federal Government We call on the federal government and our senators and ...
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What is in Chaco’s Air?

What is in Chaco’s Air?
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 ...
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Sierra Trail Mix: Hike updates

Sierra Trail Mix: Hike updates
Sierra Trail Mix is a weekly guide to nature-oriented happenings, mostly in the Santa Fe area.   It’s published to over 550 people by the Outings Program of the Sierra Club’s Northern NM Group. NEAR-TERM SIERRA OUTINGS Latest info normally available on the Santa Fe Sierra Outings Meetup page.  We’ve pretty much gone to a Meetup-based posting and signup process at this point, although it’s not absolutely necessary to sign up that way.  Please RSVP the leader unless otherwise stated. Saturday, September 15  Easy Hike along ...
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Environmental Historian Scott Einberger to Speak on Stewart Udall’s Life and Legacy

Environmental Historian Scott Einberger to Speak on Stewart Udall’s Life and Legacy
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 ...
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