Thursday, October 10, 2019,
Albuquerque Friends Meeting House
1600 5th Street Northwest
(see map below right)
Topic: Wildlife Conservation on the Pueblo of Santa Ana
Join us for a presentation on Wildlife Conservation and Habitat Restoration on the Pueblo of Santa Ana by Glenn Harper!
Glenn Harper graduated from the University of New Mexico with a double BS in Biology and Psychology in 1992. After graduating, he worked at Natural Heritage New Mexico for 7 years where he was tasked with surveying, monitoring, and mapping vegetation communities and rare and endangered plants and animals throughout the Southwest and in Northern Mexico. Glenn began working as the Range and Wildlife Division Manager at the Pueblo of Santa Ana Department of Natural Resources in 1999. In his current position, he is responsible for managing approximately 143,000 acres of semi-arid woodland, shrubland, and grassland habitats to promote flourishing plant communities and wildlife populations necessary for the Santa Ana people to maintain their traditional lifestyle. Fortunately, he is gifted with the support of the Tribal Council, Santa Ana Community, and a Department of dedicated professionals that work tirelessly in the field and in the office to help achieve Santa Ana’s long-term natural resource goals. When he’s not at work, Glenn spends much of his time exploring the outdoors with his wife and two children, usually along a river or stream with a fly rod in hand.
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