Santa Fe

Officers

President: Thomas Antonio

Chapter Representative: Thomas Antonio

Membership Chair: Joan West

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Chapter Reports

2015 Santa Fe Chapter Report

2014 Santa Fe Chapter Report

2013 Santa Fe Chapter Report

2012 Santa Fe Chapter Report

2011 Santa Fe Chapter Report

The 2011 Annual Meeting: Honoring the Past, Preparing for the Future was presented by the Santa Fe Chapter

2011 Annual Conference Santa Fe

2008 Santa Fe Chapter Report


Scheduled Events for 2016

The Santa Fe Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico normally meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM; however, we usually do not meet for lectures in the summer.  We make every effort to announce each meeting on this website, so please check here before coming.

We meet at Christ Lutheran Church, which is located in the triangle of Old Pecos Trail, St Michael’s Drive and Arroyo Chamiso @ 1701 Arroyo Chamiso. It is directly across the street from Fire Station #4.

January 18, 2017 6:30 PM: The Pueblo Food Experience with Porter SwentzellPorter Swentzell is from Santa Clara Pueblo and Assistant Professor of Indigenous Studies at the Institute of American Indian Studies (IAIA). Chosen IAIA Faculty of the Year in 2014, Mr. Swentzell has a BA in Integrated Studies with an Emphasis in Pueblo Indian Studies, from Northern New Mexico College and a MA in interdisciplinary Studies, from Western New Mexico University.  He is currently pursuing his PhD as a member of the Pueblo Cohort at Arizona State University.

Started in 2013, the Pueblo Food Experience included Pueblo volunteers who chose to eat foods that formed the diet prior to European contact for three months. Participants experienced significant health benefits from the experience. In addition, the experience demonstrated several important points. First, that mainstream approaches to health and well-being can represent colonial acts that perpetuate violence against indigenous peoples. Second, that the Pueblo Food Experience represents an act of sovereignty through maintaining place-based philosophies and practices. Finally, reconnecting with ancestral lifeways allows Pueblo peoples to lay a healthy path for future generations.

 

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FIELD TRIPS

Field Trip Etiquette:

Please be on time we will leave promptly at the indicated time. NO PETS PERMITTED
Please bring water, sunscreen, hat, walking shoes and snacks.  Bring lunch for longer field trips.  The Native Plant Society requires you sign a Release of Liability Form (I will bring copies for you to sign) also read the Rules of Field Conduct and Field Ethics.   Both on our website http://www.npsnm.org

September 21 Meeting: Jennifer Dann, Urban and Community Forestry Program Manager for NM State Forestry, entitled,  “The Management Challenge of New Mexico’s Historic Community Forests.”

Wednesday, October 19 Meeting: Panayoti Kelaidis,
 Director of Outreach, Denver Botanic Gardens. “Cacti & Succulents for the Rock Garden”   This meeting is a collaboration with the Santa Fe Cactus and Succulent Club.

 

Driving Directions to meetings

Take I-25 to Santa Fe.
Exit Old Pecos Trail.
Follow Old Pecos Trail to the “Y” formed by St. Michael’s Drive and Old Pecos Trail.
Bear left onto St. Michael’s Drive.
At the NEXT stoplight, turn right onto Arroyo Chamiso.
Go about 50 yards and turn right into our parking lot.
The Church is located directly across from Fire Station #4.

 

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