Meet the 2018 Rio Grande Sierra Club Executive Committee – David Coss.
Sierra Club & Root Beer – Friday, October 5
Please join us on Friday, October 5 from 6-8 p.m to celebrate the art of Natalie Villwock-Witte. Natalie draws inspiration from the beauty around her.
Meet the ExComm: Shannon Romeling
Shannon is the newest member of the Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter Executive Committee and is a full time employee of Amigos Bravos. As Projects and Foundations Coordinator, she is responsible for researching, writing, submitting, and tracking proposals and reports
Trump Administration Guts Second Oil and Gas Waste and Pollution Rule in a Week
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) rolled back its Methane Waste Rule just seven days after the Trump administration gutted EPA rules to reduce methane pollution.
Trip report – Excursiones at the Oxbow
On Saturday, September 22, we visited the sculptures that were created after an accidental fire burned 100 acre of bosque fifteen years ago. We leisurely reached the river, admiring ducks, listening to birds, learning about the old cottonwoods that due to water shortage and climate change, will not be able to reach the water table.
Upcoming Bosque Events
The Sierra Club’s Bosque Action Team invites you to three important events in support of a living Bosque.
Help stop Copper Flat’s permit to pollute
THIS WEEK: New Mexico Copper wants a permit to dump 8 billion gallons of contaminated waste every year, threatening our water supply. The New Mexico Environment Department is holding a public hearing on Discharge Permit-1840 this whole week — Sept. 24 through 28 — beginning
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.
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.
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