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Sunday, September 21 Preserving Your Harvest Canning stewed tomatoes and pasta sauces or what to do with all those tomatoes! Time: 12 noon-2 pm Instructors: Duskin Jasper/Jannine Cabossel, The Tomato Lady Location: Milagro Community Garden (Rodeo Road and Legacy Ct. behind church-2481 Legacy Court) RSVP to 505-983-9706 or email: email@example.com (CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED SO YOU MUST RSVP)
What to do with all your tomatoes at the end of the season? Come join ‘The Tomato Lady’, Jannine Cabossel from the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market and Duskin Jasper and learn how to can tomato pasta sauce for your pantry to enjoy in the More >
When: Saturday, Sept. 20, Noon – 3pm
Where: Begins at Santa Fe Plaza ends at the Rail Yard with a stop to deliver a giant Replacement Power Petition to the PRC included.
Raise your voice and stand with hundreds of thousands across the country calling upon U.S. and world leaders to take action on climate change. The march in New York City is expected to turn out hundreds of thousand of people ahead of the UN Summit on Climate Change. Marches scheduled throughout the country will call on local officials, President Obama and the governments of the United Nations to take more More >
September 14, Sunday, 11 am @Collected Works Bookstore
Banking On New Mexico, with Mary Schruben and Elaine Sullivan Moderator: KSFR Radio Host Xubi Wilson
Join us for a presentation about the upcoming Banking On New Mexico Symposium (Saturday, September 27, at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center). Hear about the benefits a public bank could bring to Santa Fe and other communities around New Mexico and our opportunity to serve as an inspiration to others part of the U.S. The pain in communities without enough money to provide their residents with the capital for public projects, small business creation and expansion and More >
Solar PV Array Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18
See how 5 acres and more than 2,000 solar panels generates 1.5 megawatts of energy to fuel SFCC. While the panels are busy converting the sunlight into electricity, they also serve as teaching tools for SFCC students.
Santa Fe Community College’s Solar Photovoltaic Installation Project will reduce the costs of energy consumption and provide hands-on learning opportunities for Solar Program students, faculty and staff. This year, the college will install solar photovoltaic panels at two locations.
SFCC’s Main Campus
The installation at SFCC’s Richards Avenue campus will consist of two photovoltaic systems:
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U.S. Magistrate Judge Barry Kurren overturned Kaua’i County’s law regulating the use of pesticides and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) this week. He ruled that it was preempted by Hawai’i state law, although not by federal law.The four chemical companies operating on Kaua’i — DuPont Pioneer, Syngenta, Dow Chemical subsidiary Agrigenetics, and BASF Plant Science — challenged the law in court, arguing that it is invalid and unfairly targets their industry.
The county law, Ordinance 960, was passed in November 2013 and would have gone into effect this month. It requires buffer zones between fields spraying pesticides on GMO crops and sensitive areas like schools More >
New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service specialists will be answering questions and helping people determine the causes and possible solutions for their plant problems.
Everyone is invited to bring their plants, photos and questions to the listed local farmers markets. Experts will help determine problems caused by diseases, insects, nutritional deficiency or the environment, among others.
The Plant Clinic tour will begin Saturday, Sept. 6, at Los Ranchos Market in Albuquerque.
Carol Sutherland, entomologist, and Jason French, plant diagnostic clinician and pesticide program coordinator, along with Natalie Goldberg, plant pathologist, all from the Extension Plant Sciences department, will be answering questions.
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Successful Event Free of Major Incidents & Arrests
SANTA FE, NM – The city of Santa Fe is proud to announce the 2014 burning of Will Shuster’s Zozobra is one for the record books.
According to the Kiwanis Club, a record crowd of more than 40,300 people packed Ft. Marcy Ball Park Friday, August 29, 2014, and Santa Fe Police are pleased to announce they responded to a total of 14 calls for service at the park from 2 p.m. through midnight.
Along with onsite members of the County’s Regional Emergency Communications Center, officers handled four reports of missing people, all of which More >
Santa Fe, NM – The Santa Fe chapter of the Awesome Foundation is now accepting applications for a $1,000 micro-grant that will be awarded to invest in a local project that aims to make Santa Fe a better place to live, work, and play. Applications are due by Oct. 1, 2014, with the grant to be awarded in November.
The chapter is looking to fund creative local projects in the areas of science, technology, art, education, entertainment, or social good. Projects should demonstrate a clear community benefit with immediate impact by helping other people or creating a better environment for them.
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JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)
August 31, Sunday, 11 am NO PROGRAM
Happy Labor Day Weekend!
Find our September Program Calendar at www.JourneySantaFe.com
September 7, Sunday, 11 am @Collected Works Bookstore
Gaia Gardens’ Poki Piottin on Climate, Drought & Growing Food in Farm-Unfriendly Santa Fe With Xubi Wilson, KSFR Radio Host and JourneySantaFe Moderator
Gaia Gardens is an educational nonprofit certified organic farm dedicated More >
The Southwest Environmental Center invites everyone who loves the wildlife, open spaces and natural beauty of the Southwest to our annual gala fundraiser A Wild Night…for Wildlife on Saturday, September 27, 6-10 pm.
Join us as we close off Main Street in downtown Las Cruces for an evening under the stars, featuring delicious food from great local restaurants, excellent High Desert brews and St. Clair wines, and a silent auction featuring many unique items. Dance to the eclectic music of Albuquerque’s Felix y Los Gatos–considered by many to be New Mexico’s best party band, and Las Cruces’ own Mad Moe Zell, More >
Possession of small amounts of marijuana no longer considered a criminal misdemeanor
Santa Fe, NM – After considering in-depth their legal options, the City Council tonight voted 5-4 to pass outright an ordinance to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana. After community groups collected the required amount of signatures to put the issue on the ballot, the City Council had three options at their meeting tonight. A) Put the initiative on the ballot, either in November or at a future city election; B) pass the language of the referendum directly into law, or C) delay a decision. The Councilors More >
Friday, September 26, 2014, 7pm
El Museo Cultural
Join us to hear voices from history of those who, since ancient times, have stood outside the castle walls and who nevertheless claimed for themselves dignity and hope. Neglected, unheard, even despised in their own times, peasants, women, people of color, and peacemakers have given to us a story of an indomitable human spirit that once again, today, rises in our midst.
We Are People Here! is a staged adaptation of Howard Zinn’s, A People’s History of the United States, to prepare delegates for the emotional and intellectual work of the Banking on New Mexico More >
Series of Forums for Contractors will Discuss Green Building Code Construction Practices, Details & Issues
SANTA FE, NM – The city of Santa Fe’s Land Use Department, Inspection & Enforcement Division will host a breakfast-time forum on Thursday, August 28, 2014, from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. in City Council Chambers to discuss green building construction issues common in Santa Fe. Dalinda Bangert, president of EcoTerra Enterprises, will present along with city staff members. This forum will be the second in a series of presentations and follow-up discussions designed to address common construction issues and to improve communication and coordination between More >
HORIZONS SUSTAINABLE FINANCIAL SERVICES PRESENTS:
SEPTEMBER 16 & 17, 6 TO 8 PM — JEAN COCTEAU CINEMA, SANTA FE Santa Fe, NM — August 22, 2014 — Horizons Sustainable Financial Services, a Santa Fe-based registered investment advisory firm, announced a two-evening event about carbon energy, climate change, and investment-driven solutions: “Exploring Horizons in Carbon Energy: Divestment and Engagement”. Both evenings’ events will be free and open to the public at the Jean Cocteau Cinema, at 418 Montezuma in Santa Fe. On Tuesday, September 16th, at 6 pm, the documentary A Climate of Change will be screened. A powerful new film by More >
WHEN: Most Wednesdays from Aug 27th to Nov 19th • noon-12:45pm (schedule below) WHERE: Pearl Hall (Stanford & Central, Albuquerque, across from Frontier) • Room P139, lower level This seminar series presents a wide range of research, issues, insights, and perspectives related to water and energy in New Mexico. It seeks to encourage a robust exchange of ideas and to expand the discussion and debate on local, state, and regional water and energy challenges. The series is free and open to the UNM community and the public. No registration or advance notice is required to attend. Contact: Dr. Caroline Scruggs More >
August 24, Sunday, 11 am @Collected Works Bookstore
Carbon Farming – “Grass, Soil, Hope A Journey Through Carbon Country” – With Courtney White, Founder of the Quivira Coalition Moderator: Xubi Wilson, KSFR Radio Host
The exciting concept of ‘carbon farming’, which Courtney White clearly articulates both with theory and with practical examples, could revolutionize our entire approach to environmental restoration. If widely applied, these techniques would reverse climate change, and reestablish health to the land, to ourselves, and to our communities.
This book tackles an increasingly crucial question: What can we do about the seemingly intractable challenges confronting all of humanity today, including More >
SANTA FE, NM – The City of Santa Fe has begun work to install parking structures with solar panels in the main parking lot located south of the GCCC building. The parking canopy structures will be erected in September, and in December the solar panels will be placed on the structures. Work will be completed by Jan. 31, 2015.
Solar panels will provide approximately 23% of the electrical needs for the GCCC. The power will be generated on-site rather than through PNM’s power plants. This will reduce CO2 production by 1,130 tons and water use by 410,000 gallons per year. The More >
(Santa Fe) – Laboratory tests conducted at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed that a 30-year-old woman hospitalized at UNM Hospital does not have Ebola Virus Disease. The New Mexico Department of Health received the results today.
The Department of Health, in collaboration with the CDC, made the decision to conduct the laboratory tests out of an abundance of caution due to her travel history. The woman had been in Sierra Leone, Africa, and left there earlier this month. She had no history of contact with anyone who had been sick in Sierra Leone, including anyone with confirmed More >
State Encourages New Mexicans to Protect Themselves from Mosquito Bites
(Santa Fe) – The New Mexico Department of Health reports a 45-year-old woman from San Juan County has been diagnosed with West Nile virus infection. She was not hospitalized and is at home recovering. This is the first human case of West Nile virus infection identified in New Mexico this year.
“In people, West Nile virus can cause flu-like symptoms such as fever, nausea, headache, and muscle aches,” said Department of Health Secretary Retta Ward, MPH. “If someone feels they have a flu-like illness and are feeling sick, they should see their More >
Citizens’ Climate Lobby present THE AGE OF STUPID
12:30p Sun, Aug 24, $5, w/ special guest Councilman Peter Ives (who will describe the city’s climate change task force that he’s heading) The year is 2055, and in a world devastated by mankind’s lack of foresight, one soul (Pete Postlewaite) seeks the answer to why we let our planet fall to ruin. Looking over archive footage from the year 2007, he sees everyone talking about the damaging effects of global warming, but no one bothering to take the action required to reverse the troubling trend.
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