Events

July 2010 Sierra Club n’ Beer

Red Dot Trail

WHEN: Monday, July 19th from 7pm-9pm
WHERE: O’Niell’s Pub (southeast corner of Washington & Central, parking in the rear) 4310 Central Ave, SE / Albuquerque, NM 87108

Join us at our upcoming Sierra Club n’ Beer mixer to hear from a diverse group of folks involved with the local food and agriculture movement in Albuquerque and throughout the state.

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Lobo Lover's Rally

Wolf1 © 2006 Larry Allen

6-8 pm, August 27
The Harwood Art Center, 1114 7th Street, Albuquerque

Now we have some celebrating to do! Governor Bill Richardson has signed an executive order placing a moratorium on trapping to protect wolves right now and we are having a rally to thank him.

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When will PNM Transition from Dirty-Coal to Clean Energy?

Solar PV - by DVW

Tell PNM management that you want a clean energy future. Currently, PNM generates 60% of its energy from dirty-coal.

PNM is holding public meetings throughout their service territory in July to solicit public input on their energy plans for the next 30 years. This is your opportunity to make your thoughts heard. Attend one of the public meetings and speak out!

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Support Wolf Trapping Ban at State Game Commission Meeting

Wolf sign

State Game Commission Meeting
9 am -5 pm, August 28 (the trapping ban is at the end)
Marriott (Grand Ballroom), 2101 Louisiana Blvd, NE, Albquerque.

The New Mexico Game Commission will be deciding how to implement the executive order and we are asking that the trap ban be made permanent so wolves in the Gila can be permanently spared from the minefields of traps and snares

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Earth is our Mother!

5:30pm-8:30pm, July 21
Spiritual Renewal Center, 6400 Coors Blvd N.W., Albuquerque

The Spiritual Renewal Center presents Earth is our Mother, including picnic supper and lectures on these topics:

  • Low Carbon Diet
  • Faith and Care for the Earth
  • A First Hand Account of the Copenhagen meeting
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Low Carbon Diet Team - Learn How to Live More Responsibly and Save Money too!

REI logo

6:30-8:30pm, September 22
Albuquerque REI - 1550 Mercantile Ave NE

Would you like to save money at home? The Sierra Club's ABQ Cool Cities Campaign is launching a new program to do just that. It's called the "Low Carbon Diet" program, which will help individuals and families cut their energy usage at home, saving them money and helping solve global climate change.

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Santa Fe River Clean Up

Santa Fe River - JB

9-11 am Saturday July 17

Meet at Closson Street Footbridge. Wear long pants and bring work gloves and water. Call or e-mail Greg Lower (505/699-6893,glower@lanl.gov ).

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EPA on Hydraulic Fracturing in Mora, New Mexico

Paradox Gas Well

6:30 pm, Thursday, July 22nd
V.F.W. Mora, New Mexico

Please join Drilling Mora County as we gratefully present Weston Wilson, EPA environmental engineer, to Mora to present on hydraulic fracturing and the potential impact to the Las Vegas Basin (Mora and San Miguel Counties) aquifers, surface and well water.

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Columbine Hondo Wilderness Study Area Hike

Borrego - Bear Wallow

Saturday-Sunday, July 31- August 1

Learn more about the beautiful Columbine Hondo Wilderness Study Area, north of Taos, which we hope to make a Wilderness in 2011.

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Taos River Clean Up

Santa Fe River - JB

8am Saturday, June 12
The annual Taos River Clean-Up Day will begin at the Centinel Bank parking lot on Paseo del Pueblo Sur. This year, in addition to the clean-up of the Rio de Fernando, volunteers will be cleaning up a trail, picking up some trash on the Rio Hondo watershed, and helping kids plant trees along the Rio Fernando in Fred Baca Park. The day will end with a burger cookout around noon for all the volunteers.

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