Volunteer Work on Sun Mountain Trail

Volunteer Work on Sun Mountain Trail

Volunteers returned to Sun Mountain Trail for the first time in nearly three years on Sept. 16, 2020.  Once again we focused on “fall-line” sections of the lower part of the trail – de-berming, clearing out drainage areas that we had worked on...
SFCT E-Newsletter 07-03-2020

SFCT E-Newsletter 07-03-2020

Dear friend, I hope this finds all of you doing well. It has been a wild ride lately! SFCT was rocked by the cancellation of our trails contract to maintain the City’s soft surface trails, but many of you stepped forward with support to fill the funding gap that...

CARES Act brings changes to charitable giving

As part of the CARES Act, changes to tax benefits were made to incentivize charitable giving. $300 Cash Contribution Deduction. Beginning in 2020 and each year thereafter (this is not limited to only 2020), individuals can take a $300 above-the-line deduction for cash...
SFCT E-Newsletter 4/17/2020

SFCT E-Newsletter 4/17/2020

Santa Fe continues to flatten the curve.  Good work everyone!  We’ve got to keep social distancing and stay at home for a while because the numbers continue to climb throughout our beloved New Mexico.  I am not sure about you, but I started feeling a bit down in...

SFCT Who We Are

Sarah Noss speaks to the Santa Fe Conservation Trust’s beginnings, and our current mission programs. Special thanks to Hutton Broadcasting.
Insider Tour Tecolote Ranch 2019

Insider Tour Tecolote Ranch 2019

The drive to Tecolote Ranch is a great introduction to the vast history of New Mexico, especially when archaeologist, Steve Post is with you. Due to his training and experience Steve Post is well versed in the rich history along Interstate 25 the route we took from...
City Trail Work in La Tierra Trails, April 2019

City Trail Work in La Tierra Trails, April 2019

Five volunteers from the Trails Alliance of Santa Fe met with the Trails Program Manager for the first regular city trail work day of the season on April 3, 2019.  Taking advantage of supplies of rock left over from work with The Masters Program on the “Wide...