Santa Fe

Officers

President: Thomas Antonio (505-690-5105) tom ‘at’ thomasantonio.org

Chapter Representative: Carol Johnson (505-466-1303) gcjohnson ‘at’ comcast.net

Membership Chair: Joan West, joanwest1 ‘at’ yahoo.com

Chapter Reports

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 Program Guide (pdf format)

2008 Santa Fe Chapter Report


Scheduled Events for 2015

The Santa Fe Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM

We will now be meeting 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.

Jan 21 Meeting:  ” Impacts of wildfire on rare plants in the Gila and Lincoln National Forests” by Daniela Roth – Botany Program Coordinator NM Forestry.  Ms. Roth spent 12 years in the backcountry of the Navajo Nation researching the status and distribution of rare plants for the Navajo Natural Heritage Program. She then worked for the USFWS on endangered plant recovery and conservation in southern Utah for 3 years before moving to New Mexico to become the new state botanist.

February 18 Meeting:  “The Plight of Aridland Springs in NM ” byBob Sivinski – Former Botanist, New Mexico State Forestry Division, he managed the Rare and Endangered Plant Program for the state of New Mexico at the NM Forestry Division. He received the State Forester’s Award for 2005, designating him as the division’s employee of the year in recognition of his accomplishments, including the procurement of property to help protect and preserve endangered plants of Northern New Mexico.

March 18 Meeting: “Introduction and Evolution of Maize in Northern New Mexico” by Dr. Richard Ford – had a long and distinguished teaching career at the University of Michigan in anthropology and botany. As one of the preeminent ethnobotanists working today, he has contributed significantly to the understanding of how Native peoples in North American managed and utilized medicines, plants, foods, and cultural symbols.

April 15, 2015 Meeting:  “Native Bees in New Mexico.” Karen Wright is a PhD candidate at the University of New Mexico.  Her dissertation is on the evolution of diet breadth in Melissodes bees.  She has worked for the Sevilleta Long Term Ecological Research program for over nine years.  She has a BA in Biology and a BS in Environmental Science from the University of Delaware and a MS in Entomology at Oregon State University.  She has been studying native bees in New Mexico for 15 years.

All our programs are free and open to the public.  Come early and enjoy refreshments.

For more information email tom@thomasantonio.org or call 505-690-5105

Driving Directions

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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