President: Helgi Osterreich (575 585-3315) hkasak ‘at’ netmdc.com
Treasurer: Nancy Brooks (575 439-6874) brooks_nancy ’at’ yahoo.com
Chapter Representative: Judy Allen kjallen1 “at” beyondbb.com
Membership Secretary: Sarah Cerra (575- 650-3596) scerra “at” nmsu.edu.
Secretary: Jennifer Gruger (505-710-2924) jengruger “at” gmail.com.
2015 Otero Chapter Report
2014 Otero Chapter Report
Spring 2016 Grants in Botany
The Otero Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico is offering up to $4000 in grants for the spring 2016 semester. The grant(s) may be awarded to one person or split among several applicants. Grant applications will be considered from New Mexico State University & New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology upper level undergraduates (juniors and seniors), as well as graduate students with career interests in botany, ecology, conservation biology or land management that includes a focus on plants native to the Chihuahuan Desert Ecoregion. Additional points will be awarded for projects occurring within the Chihuahuan Desert in New Mexico. Funds are intended to assist with the implementation of the student’s grant proposal.
- See Application Guidelines for all requirements. Application Guidelines
- Deadline for submission of complete application packet is 5pm Monday, February 8, 2016.
- E-mail Dr. Helgi Osterreich: email@example.com for additional information or
Otero Chapter Activities 2016
For field trip information, e-mail or call William Herndon, laluzlobo “at” gmail.com, 575 437-2555, Elva Osterreich, echoofthedesert “at” yahoo.com, 575 443-4408, or Helgi Osterreich, hkasak “at” netmdc.com, 575 585-3315, or 443-3928. More information should be available by the beginning of each month.
January 23. Talk by member Ben Begley on orchids of Kentucky. Meet at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1010 16th Street, Alamogordo, at 11 a.m.
February 20. Field trip to NMSU Herbarium. Meet at the old Walmart (where Highways 54 and 70 meet), at 9 a.m.
March 19. Field trip to Three Rivers Petroglyph Site. Meet at the ‘Y’ in Tularosa at 10 a.m. Bring hiking shoes, snacks, and water.