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JOURNEYSantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gatherings of progressive thinkers who explore 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 & Coffeehouse at 202 Galisteo Street.
This Sunday October 27, 11 am @Collected Works Bookstore
New Mexico is the birthplace of weapons of mass destruction that live up to the name. Weapons labs intend to prolong the functional lives of nuclear weapons for 30 years or more, despite denials at the highest levels of government. LANL plans to bury 1,000,000 cubic meters of radioactive More >
Kimberly Samuels-Crow is a fourth-year PhD student in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at UNM. She has an MS in Geochemistry from New Mexico Tech and a BS in Geology from UNM.
Her talk in Albuquerque will provide an overview of the data used to conclude that 1) Earth’s climate is changing, 2) climate change is largely due to increased concentrations of CO2 and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, 3) the increased concentrations of atmospheric CO2 are due to human activities. La Vida Llena is at 10501 Lagrima De Oro Rd NE Albuquerque, NM. (Juan Tabo & Lagrima More >
Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency Announces Television Recycling and Bicycle Reuse Pilot Programs
SANTA FE, NM — Residents and businesses in the City and County of Santa Fe can now safely recycle their televisions during the TV Recycling Pilot Program. The agency’s electronic waste recycler, Natural Evolutions of Tulsa, Okla., has expanded its take-back program and can now accept televisions for the same fee as other electronic waste. Natural Evolutions is an “e-Stewards” certified e-waste recycler, which means that all e-waste collected by it is processed and recycled in the U.S. Televisions were previously not accepted for recycling at the BuRRT facility because they contain around four pounds of lead in each CRT, More >
In the Name of Sustainability: A New Community Rights Movement A Presentation by Thomas Alan Linzey, Esq. Saturday, November 2nd, 2013 7:00 to 9:00 PM Unitarian Universalist Congregational Church (UUCSF) – Sanctuary 107 West Barcelona (intersection of Galisteo and Barcelona) Santa Fe, NM Reminder: Thomas Linzey, an attorney and the executive director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) will speak about a new community rights movement which is emerging across the United States. CELDF is a nonprofit law firm which has assisted over three hundred community groups and municipal governments across the country. This movement consists of local More >
JOURNEYSantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gatherings of progressive thinkers who explore 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 & Coffeehouse at 202 Galisteo Street. This Sunday
October 20, 11 am @Collected Works Bookstore
Neema Namadamu Returns to Journey Santa Fe: “How Access to Technology is Changing the World for the Women of Congo”
She will be introduced by Santa Fe activist Carmen Stone, who traveled to the Congo to work with Neema’s organization, Maman Shujaa, which gives a voice to women in Congo More >
Movement to Ban Fracking in New Mexico: Events among 200 uniting concerned citizens across six continents
ALBUQUERQUE, NM—From Friday, October 18, to Sunday, October 20, Food & Water Watch, Environment NM, Sierra Club and Wild Earth Guardians will convene a series of events in Las Vegas, Albuquerque and Taos to call for a ban on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. The events are in conjunction with the second annual Global Frackdown, an international day of action on Oct. 19.
Who: Food & Water Watch, Environment NM, Sierra Club and Wild Earth Guardians are local sponsors of the events. National partners for the Global More >
SANTA FE, NM – The City of Santa Fe Parks Division staff began cement slab prep work today, and will continue working through October 30, 2013 (weather permitting) in preparation for the installation of 11 trash/recycle receptacles that will be placed around the Plaza perimeter. The receptacles were purchased by the Environmental Services Division through a grant to Keep Santa Fe Beautiful from New Mexico Clean and Beautiful. The new containers are equipped with separate receptacles for paper, plastic and trash and will provide a convenient way for locals and visitors to dispose of trash and recyclables properly as well More >
New Mexico State University agricultural specialists will provide the latest information in their fields to farmers and ranchers during the free Northern Pueblos Agricultural Day, which will be from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, at the Santa Claran Hotel and Casino Events Center, 460 N. Riverside Drive, Española.
“This event is to bring agricultural professionals and specialists to provide Northern New Mexico producers with the latest information to benefit their agricultural operation,” said Charlene Carr, NMSU’s Eight Northern Pueblos agricultural agent.
“The event is hosted by the Pueblo of Santa Clara, NMSU Cooperative Extension Service’s Northern New Mexico Outreach More >
The New Mexico Green Chamber announces its Third Annual Renewable Energy and Clean Technology Conference and Renewable Energy Fair will take place on Friday and Saturday, October 25th-26th in Las Cruces.
Registration began October 4th.
This year, the event has expanded to include a public fair on Saturday, October 26th. The focus of the fair will be renewable energy advances for the residential and business consumers. Find out more about vendor opportunities below!
October 25th and 26th at the Ramada Palms de Las Cruces 201 E. University Avenue
Tentative Conference Schedule
Friday, October 25th
Morning Registration begins: 7:30am Morning Session/Panels: 8:00am-11:30am Lunch: 11:45am-1:00pm Afternoon Working Groups: More >
Fracking by the Numbers: New Report from Environment New Mexico Research and Policy Center First to Quantify Damage Done by Gas Drilling
Albuquerque, N.M. — Two-thirds of New Mexico is still in moderate to extreme drought, despite the recent rains and floods. At the same time, a new report calculates the toll of this dirty drilling on our environment, including 1.3 billion gallons of freshwater used since 2005. The Environment New Mexico Research & Policy Center report “Fracking by the Numbers” is the first of its kind to measure the footprint of fracking in New Mexico to date.
“The numbers don’t lie—fracking has taken a dirty and destructive toll on our environment. If fracking continues unchecked, these numbers will only get more dire,” More >
“In the Name of Sustainability: A New Community Rights Movement” Speaker: Thomas Alan Linzey, Esq.
Open to the public , suggested donation, open to all
• Santa Fe Evening Presentation with Thomas Linzey Co-sponsored by We Are People Here ! WAPH! New Mexico Coalition for Community Rights, NMCCR
Date: Saturday, November 2nd, 2013 Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Where: Unitarian Universalist Congregational Church UUCSF Sanctuary 107 West Barcelona, Santa Fe (intersection of Galisteo and Barcelona)
• Taos Evening Presentation with Thomas Linzey Sponsored by Renewable Taos, PPC Solar, New Mexico Coalition for Community Rights, NMCCR
Date: Sunday, November 3rd, 2013 Time: 6:00 pm – More >
Oct. 6, 11 am @Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St. Santa Fe
Conversation with Maria Jose Rodriguez Cadiz, Executive Director of Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Many long-time Santa Fe residents have reason to gratefully remember the Santa Fe Rape Crisis Center, which changed its name to Solace Crisis Treatment Center in 2010. The change of name reflects a change of vision and a broadening of purpose in the local nonprofit, which turns 40 years old this year. Maria Jose will convey the history and vision of this essential local resource.
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Corrales, New Mexico, September 22, 2013. – On Oct. 5, a unique and collaborative art show will be held in Corrales, NM called “Bowled and Beautiful.” Featured will be 25 vintage wooden bowling pins transformed by talented New Mexico artists into beautiful sculptural pieces. These works of art will be showcased at the St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church, 4908B Corrales Road, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Each art piece will be sold by silent auction, as will products and services generously donated by local businesses. All proceeds of the event will go to two animal rescue non-profits; Second Chance Animal More >
Backyard Composting Class: Date: 10/10/2013 Time: 1:30 – 3:30 pm Location: Open Space Visitor Center 6500 Coors Blvd. NW, Albuquerque NM Controlling evaporation in order to keep composting material damp is the biggest challenge in the desert and requires a unique approach. Come learn the basics of successful composting in the dry climate of the high desert. The class is free: to register or for more information call 505-897-8831 or email email@example.com
Basic Composting Class: Date: 10/19/2013 Time: 10:00 – 11:00 am Location: Osuna Nursery, 501 Osuna Road NE, Albuquerque NM Keeping composting material damp in the dry climate of New More >
The twin blows of Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel are jolting the Mexican economy. According to the federal Budget and Taxation Secretariat (SHCP), the storms will shave Mexico’s estimated 2013 growth rate from 1.8 percent to 1.7 percent. Federal officials expect growth to pick up pace during the fourth quarter of the year, but the latest downward indicators followed a series of previously announced reductions in the year’s projected economic growth rate, which plunged from 3.5 percent to 3.1 percent even before reaching a new low in the aftermath of September’s storms.
Damage to crops, infrastructure, schools and housing is More >
JOURNEYSantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gatherings of progressive thinkers who explore 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 & Coffeehouse at 202 Galisteo Street. This Sunday September 29, 11 am @Collected Works Bookstore __________________________
Zuleikha: INDIA, RUMI, and DANCE
Zuleikha is a storydancer, performer, social activist and teacher working in Santa Fe,and internationally. She will speak about how her revolutionary “Take a Minute™” Core Wellness Exercises & Movement Arts make a difference. Zuleikha is the Founder and Director of the nonprofit humanitarian More >
In a victory for food safety advocates, the Senate’s bill to avert a government shutdown will reportedly exclude a provision critics dubbed the “Monsanto Protection Act.” The measure allows companies such as Monsanto to continue selling or planting genetically modified seeds even if courts rule they pose health or environmental risks. It is set to expire at the end of the month after its quiet addition to an earlier spending bill signed by President Obama in March. The bill galvanized the food justice movement, sparking protests and an online petition. Last week the House passed a spending bill that would More >
SANTA FE, NM – The Santa Fe River is currently flowing through the City Different. The recent rainfall and the upgrade of the Nichols Dam have enabled the city of Santa Fe to send approximately 1.25 million gallons per day into the river. Some of the flow is to support a living Santa Fe River and some is to drain the Nichols Reservoir for the intake structure construction project.
River water is flowing because Nichols Dam has been taken out of service and water levels must be drawn down for the removal of the existing intake tower. The intake tower is More >
Join Querencia Green and HomeGrown New Mexico for a free community garden tour in Albuquerque:
Saturday, Sept 28 9am – 12pm
OPEN FOR THE TOUR 9 am – 11 am:
Growing Awareness Urban Farm
Neighborhood residents come to the Urban Farm to spend some time learning and working on the greenhouses, seasonal plant starters, honey and more. They’re developing a model for a DIY (do it yourself) chicken coop for local neighbors with UNM Architecture students. As a social enterprise, the urban farm supports community based programs with East Central Ministries.
Location: 123 Vermont NE, 3 blocks west of Wyoming, just north of Central. Map More >
As the San Miguel County moratorium on fracking nears its end, citizens are making every effort to ban natural gas fracking. Two Las Vegas groups, Casa de Cultura and the Committee for Clean Water, Air and Earth are bringing people together for an 11th-hour rally in the Las Vegas Old Town Plaza, Friday, Oct. 19 at 4:30 p.m. The rally will feature speakers such as John Olivas, chair of the Mora County Commissioners, who successfully banned oil and gas exploration in their county with a Community Rights Ordinance. The rally will include live music and an open mike, said one More >