Events

Northern New Mexico Group presents - Public Seminar on Wildlife

Burrowing Owl © Richard Sloan

7-9pm, Tuesday, November 16
Unitarian Universalist Church, 107 W. Barcelona, Santa Fe

Katherine Egleson, Director of The Wildlife Center, will give a talk and demonstration on wildlife. Her topic will include long term stewardship of wildlife in our community, promoting land conservation, habitat restoration, and rehabilitation of species, including threatened and endangered, that live in New Mexico. She will bring some of these species, Burrowing owl, Mexican Spotted owl, Gila Monster, or other owls and raptors, that are cared for at the Center and that are non-releasable into the wild.

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Santa Fe River Clean Up

Santa Fe River - JB

9-11 am, Saturday, November 20

Meet at Closson footbridge. Wear long pants, bring work gloves, water. Kathleen Davis (505-795-3286 or kdav40@gmail.com).

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Protecting Utah’s Red Rock Wildlands

Glen Canyon slickrock

6:30 – 8:30 pm, Wednesday, December 1
Unitarian Universalist Church – Fellowship Hall 107 W. Barcelona Road, Santa Fe Pizza and salad will be served!

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) presents this program about protecting these wonderful lands.

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Flash Flood for a Living River

9:30am-11:30am, Saturday, November 20
San Isidro Crossing, Santa Fe

Flash Flood Community Art Action

Dozens of community institutions and activists are gearing up for the November 20, 2010 “FLASH FLOOD for a Living River.” The Santa Fe Art Institute, in coordination with Bill McKibben’s 350.org, an international campaign dedicated to building a movement in response to the global threats of climate change, is spearheading the New Mexico project, which is one of five U.S. sites out of 20 global locations.

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Otero Mesa National Monument Rally!

Otero Mesa Grassland by Stephen Capra

1-3 pm, Saturday, December 4
Kimo Theater, 423 Central Avenue Northwest, Albuquerque

Otero Mesa is one step away from becoming America’s next great National Monument!

On Saturday, December 4th, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Kimo Theater in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexicans will be rallying to send a unified message to President Obama to create the Otero Mesa National Monument.

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1000 Cancuns

EarthinHands

6:00pm-7:30pm, Tuesday, December 7
SouthWest Organizing Project Office
211 10th St SW, Albuquerque

Add your voice to the global climate crisis debate.

Join us in Dialogue on December 7th

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New Mexico Climate Master Program - Fall 2010 Session

Climate Masters Poster

Learn how to reduce your Carbon footprint and volunteer to train others to do the same. The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) is offering an 11 week course on Climate Change and Sustainability. The dates are from September 22 - December 8, 2010 and the class will be held in Albuquerque, NM.

Course participants are provided 30 hours of training, and in turn they "pay back" the program through volunteer service.

web site for general description of New Mexico Climate Masters


The New Mexico Gulf Oil Crisis Benefit - Ocean Futures Society (OFS) of JEAN-MICHEL COUSTEAU

The Historic El Rey Theater will be hosting a benefit to raise funds for two key organizations involved in helping with the Gulf Oil Crisis. We invite you to please join us in support of the efforts of those who are working underwater and above in the Gulf of Mexico.
Where: Albuquerque:
The Historic El Rey Theater
622 Central Ave., S. W.
(Downtown 7th and Central)

When: Saturday September 25, 2010

Time: Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm

Price: $30 Advance
$35 At the Door

Age Restriction: All Ages

This evening’s benefit will include:

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Northern New Mexico - Holiday Party

5:30 - 8:30 pm Sunday December 5
Santa Fe Woman's Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe

Join us for our annual holiday member party. Visit with your friends and meet new ones. Come help celebrate our successes for the year. We have a limit of 75 people for this event – and so reservations are required. The entertainment for the evening will be a slide show of various Sierra Club outings.

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Help Cap Carbon Emissions in New Mexico

WindView

7-8 pm, August 16-20
33 Plaza La Prensa, Santa Fe

It is time to establish carbon emission caps for New Mexico. It would appear that the U.S. Senate is not going to act anytime soon, so establishing more local caps on carbon emissions are needed now. The New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board (EIB) will hold hearings during the week of August 16 in consideration of establishing carbon caps. Please get involved and attend one of these meetings. Speak out and provide moral support for the clean energy side.

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