Two great Autumn events for you

Two great Autumn events for you

As you have probably noticed, the pandemic forced us in the planning stages last winter to hope and pray that the coronavirus would subside enough for us to host our events this Fall.  Everything looked pretty promising in late Spring, but then the delta variant came...
Check Out these Fun Events!

Check Out these Fun Events!

I hope you had a great July 4th weekend.  I spent it up in Red River where the afternoon rain showers were plentiful.  At night I could hear the thunder coming down the valley from the east, and then the patter of rain soaking the parched forest.  These past two weeks...
Take a Kid Hiking on June 5

Take a Kid Hiking on June 5

As you can imagine, it was hard to plan and promote our programs this year because of the coronavirus.  Should we promote the VAMONOS program, for example, or would we not be able to gather?  Until we got more clarity, we did as much gorilla advertising as we could,...
Last Chance to Speak Out

Last Chance to Speak Out

Last Chance for Comments on the Streetlight Conversion! Over 5,500 streetlights are slated to be converted to LED lights, which is great as far as saving energy is concerned. But the temperature of the lights is still to be determined, which is why we are concerned....
SFCT E-Newsletter 06-12-2020

SFCT E-Newsletter 06-12-2020

New 370-acre conservation easement on Glorieta Mesa (see article below). It has been an eventful two weeks on so many levels nationally, but also here at SFCT. Organizationally, I want to tell you what we’ve been dealing with lately.  Like other nonprofits, we...
New Mexico Railroad History Celebration

New Mexico Railroad History Celebration

The Second Annual New Mexico Railroad History Celebration was held at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, in the Railyard District, Aug. 30-Sept. 2.  Santa Fe Conservation Trust’s Trails Program Manager was one of the event co-organizers along with Jim and Elizabeth...