September 2014

What’s Going On? – Española – September 2014



Oct. 3-4 Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference Salazar Performing Arts Building, Northern NM College Keynote speeches, panel discussions, workshops, performances, vendors’ market, more. See newsbite, page 37. 518.332.3156,


Veterans Green Jobs Academy Northern NM College, Española, NM Workforce training and specific degree programs to support military veterans in fully accredited academic certificate and degree programs in areas of environmental science related to renewable energy, hazardous materials response, forestry, sustainable agriculture, wildland fire science, construction trades and others. A partnership with the NM Dept. of Veterans Services. For more info, call Dr. Biggs at 505.747.5453 or visit


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What’s Going On? – Taos – September 2014

Sept. 19-28 High Road Art Tour On “The High Road to Taos”


Sept. 20, 7 pm On the Land-Together with the Earth – Film Premiere Taos Center for the Arts, 133 Paseo del Pueblo Sur 7-7:30: live entertainment by 10-year-old Taos Pueblo drummer/singer Cruise Luján, Nick Branchal with12 guitarists; Intro by Jonathan Warm Day. Documentary film brings together the 3 primary cultures of northern NM with 7 stories of the land: its power to heal and unify. Soundtrack by Tom Bee. $12 at the door or Info: 575.668.2055,, Trailer:,


Sept. 26-Oct. 5 40th Taos Fall Arts Festival Several Locations, Taos, NM More >

What’s Going On? – Here & There – September 2014

Sept. 1-7 68th Annual Navajo Nation Fair Fairgrounds in Window Rock, Ariz. Traditional songs and dances, parade, Miss Navajo Nation Pageant, rodeos, powwow. 928.871.6647,


Sept. 9-11 National Heirloom Exposition Santa Rosa, Calif. “The World’s Pure Food Fair” A nonprofit event centered around heirloom seeds, vegetables and anti-GMO activism. Speakers and vendors. 707.773.1336,,


Sept. 11-15 Americas Latino Eco Festival Denver and Boulder, Colo. 2nd annual festival produced by Americas for Conservation & the Arts and the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign. With environmental leader Jean-Michael Cousteau, actor/social activist Edward James Olmos, scientists, artists, community and policy leaders from across the Americas.


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