: I believe there is nothing more inherent in being a child than looking for bugs!
The clouds danced and gathered this past Saturday morning, as we prepared to go up to Arroyo Seco to meet with staff of Rivers and Birds and the other participants who had signed on for the Earth Altars workshop R&B had arranged for Earth Day 2011.
On a beautiful, sunny and magically windless spring day last week, Mrs. Martinez's 5th grade class, geologist Ted Dyman and I set out down the trail to Big Arsenic Springs at the Wild Rivers Recreation Area.
Taos' own Miguel Santistevan speaks from his heart and his experience as a lover of the land.
Taos has a youth-driven Sunday Farmers Market. Their season starts on May 15 at the Town Hall. Support them at their Cid's bake sale on Saturday, May 7!
Recycling is important BUT, It is so important to buy local and to reuse. View Van Jones powerful presention on this topic here!
Recycle your printer cartridges at Rivers & Birds and support our educational programs at the same time!
We have all heard about the great intelligence and playfulness of dolphins. Watch and wonder as they play in water with air bubbles.