Arroyo Hondo Open Space. Photo by Billy Johnson. Dear Friend, I wanted to give you a few quick updates: SFCT is working remotely We will be working remotely until April 6th. Please feel free to leave us messages at our work phone number if you need us, and we will...
Santa Fe Conservation Trust and the Commonweal Conservancy have completed the permanent conservation of 315 acres of significant natural lands in the Galisteo Basin, furthering the protection of one of the largest undeveloped areas south of Santa Fe. Considered among...
WE HAVE WINNERS! Check out the winners of each prize below: HOWLING WITH THE WOLVES Your perfect wild getaway! One-night stay for two at Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary’s Wild Spirit Cabin, including a one-hour Standard Tour and Breakfast Feeding Tour....
Sarah Noss, Executive Director of the Santa Fe Conservation Trust, talks with KSFR's Tom Trowbridge about the Vámonos Santa Fe Walks program on July 5, 2018. http://ksfr.org/post/sfct-s-vamonos-program-wants-get-santa-feans-moving
On June 1, 2018, Santa Fe National Forest closed public access due to fire restrictions. Santa Fe County also announced closure of its adjoining open space within Dale Ball Trails (Picacho Peak area) as well as La Piedra and Little Tesuque Open Space. The rest of...
October 1, 2014 – Accreditation Press Release 10-1-14
January 29, 2014 – Trails Program Manager 1-29-14
November 5, 2013 – The End of Night 11-5-2013
June 13, 2012 – Sun Mountain Trail Opens to the Public
May 25, 2012 – National Trails Day 2012
Aug. 28th, 2009 – Public meeting to review plans for improvements to the Dale Ball Trail
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Atalaya Trail – A survivor with the help of heroes – Posted June 4, 2015 in the Santa Fe New Mexican
Volunteers give popular trail a safer more elegant start – Posted January 8, 2015 in the Santa Fe New Mexican
Second Street makes beer for my trails – Published September 23, 2014 in the Santa Fe Reporter
GFT-September-2014-V6N9 – Published September 1, 2014 in the Green Fire Times (the issue is all about the Santa Fe Conservation Trust!
Pathfinder 11-1-2013 – Published November 1, 2013 in the Santa Fe New Mexican
Happy Trails 05-2-2013 – Published May 2, 2013 in the Santa Fe New Mexican
Can’t tax this land – Published February 24, 2013 by the Albuquerque Journal
Laws Give Break for Land Preservation. But Hurry. – Published February 24, 2013 by the Wall Street Journal
Trail Blazer: How Dale Ball gave Santa Fe a wilderness legacy – Published February 19, 2013 by the Santa Fe Reporter
Val Kilmer’s Former River Ranch Receiving a Conservation Makeover – Published September 11, 2012 by ecorazzi.com
Rowe ranch owner to ‘rejuvenate’ river – Published July 16, 2012 at KRQE.com
Local news in brief, May 24, 2012, La Piedra Trail to Open– Published May 23, 2012 in the Santa Fe New Mexican
La Tierra Torture: Bike enthusiasts endure weekend of races – Published April 28, 2012 in the Santa Fe New Mexican
Letters to the editor for April 5, 2012: Connect with Nature – Published April 5, 2012 in the Santa Fe New Mexican
New trail to link city with ski basin – Published 10/05/2011 in the New Mexican
Local news in brief, Sept. 14, 2011, County buys land to expand trail – Published September 13, 2011
Federal conservation tax incentive renewed – Published 01/05/2011 in the New Mexican
The Santa Fe Conservation Trust Annual Monitoring of the Ortiz Mountains Educational Preserve by Charlie O’Leary- Published Santa Fe Botanical Gardens Winter 2011 Newsletter
Galisteo Springs to benefit from grant – Published 09/03/2010 in the New Mexican
As Fresh as it Gets – Published 7/16/2010 in The New Mexican
Star party looks for Galileo’s find – Published 9/22/2009 in The New Mexican
Trails alliance: a call for help and support – Published 9/19/2009 in The New Mexican
SMALL IS BOUNTIFUL, BIG IS POWERFUL: Across the West, More Farms, Less Land, and a Widening Divide – by David Frey. Published on Newwest.net
River Trail inches toward reality through city, county – by Staci Matlock. Published 5/25/2009 in The New Mexican
Bike to Work Week: Rider’s 7-mile tour offers art, history, food and views – by Tom Sharpe. Published 5/10/2009 in The New Mexican