Catching bugs, spotting porcupines, and digging down to groundwater are fun in and of themselves, but in the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP) about eight to ten thousand New Mexican K-12 school students turn those adventures into science that has meaning beyond their classroom.
Trail repair, 8/26/17, Rio Quemado
We were a group of 10 enthusiasts including an artist who made some wonderful watercolor sketches along the way…..caramba!!! The weather was perfect and everyone was friendly and big-hearted. We had a great time with this interesting and interested group….saw a small or
In the August 24, 2017 edition of the Santa Fe New Mexican, the Sierra Club and other environmental organizations added their voices of concern over Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s lack of transparency regarding secret recommendations related to our national monuments.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Thursday, Aug. 25, issued a report to President Trump containing recommendations on possibly shrinking recently designated national monuments. The contents of the report have not been released, though a Zinke statement indicates some protections will
Rio Grande Chapter outings report, 8/17-8/19/2017 to Maroon Bells.
Sandoval County residents: join us in a viewing of the documentary, Split Estate, to become informed about the potential impacts of oil and gas drilling in our county.