November 12, 2015
Topic: The New Mexico Youth Conservation Foundation
David Stambaugh will describe this new organization and its work to bring together nonprofit organizations, state and federal agencies, foundations, and outdoor industry partners together for one common goal: to recruit, teach, and retain new outdoor enthusiasts so that the cycle of success of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation can continue. See all the details here!
AWF's Restoration Service Projects are Over for the Season!
We look forward to seeing you out on a project next year! Check this website in early 2016 for next year's project schedule.
2015 AWF PROJECT SCHEDULE
Local day project in Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge
APRIL 17 to 19
Cebolla Canyon, SE of Grants, NM
MAY 15 to 17
Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge, near Las Vegas, NM
JUNE 19 to 21
Midnight Meadows, near Questa, NM
JULY 17 to 19
AUGUST 14 to 16
SEPTEMBER 11 to 13
Limestone Canyon, near Magdalena, NM
Day project on Glorieta Mesa, near Santa Fe, NM
Local day project with the Sandia Ranger District