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.
Join us on in Santa Fe on September 12 as we screen the documentary, “Drilling Mora County,” and host a Q&A afterwards.
An ANTIQUITIES Act has been introduced in Congress by our two senators – Udall and Heinrich. It comes in response to President Trump’s announcement that he will eliminate 2 million acres of protections for Utah’s Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments — the largest rollback of federally protected lands in American history.
On September 8th, after months of organizing and movement-building, the Peoples Climate Movement will bring tens of thousands of people across the country into the streets, town halls, and community forums.
Saturday 8/11, 8 – 11am Ojito de San Antonio, Cedar Crest Ojito de San Antonio está en el lado Este de las Montañas Sandía, se llega por la Hwy North 14. Queda a 15 minutos manejando desde el Sprouts Farmers