We miss you, and we all miss our meetings! But…
NPSNM chapters have turned to online presentations while state restrictions on group meetings are in place. You do not need to have a Zoom account to enjoy most of the meetings whose recordings are offered by the links below. If presented with several files to open, choose the one with a picture. Simply click on it and begin playback.
Just as with in-person meetings, there are sometimes a few minutes of introductory business prior to the scheduled speaker and presentation. Please be patient and your reward will be most interesting and informative. If playback is faltering or intermittent, pause it and wait a few minutes for loading to catch up before you resume. With your cursor over the presentation window, click the expansion or full-screen icon at the lower right to enlarge your view.
If you cannot hear the presentation, make sure your computer’s volume control is turned up, and also try the Volume Control — the speaker symbol to the right of the triangular Play “button.”
Meetings and other recent presentations now available:
(These meetings may be replaced by more recent ones as time goes on. Please report any dead links by sending an email to ask.npsnm”at”gmail.com.)
Las Cruces Chapter (April, 2020): “Designing a botanic garden for research and aesthetics,” with Rachel Gioannini. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/col3m1rd6dd4sey/AACthbhj1euZc69n0v8wdvVPa?dl=0
Taos (June)Chapter: “Best Wildflower Hikes New Mexico,” with Christina Selby. https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/7vYuE-_y7mBIZtLCz2zndfdxOI65X6a80Ccc_KcKnU84K_bu95IB5eNtKORutwR4 Use password 6g^^My6t when requested. (Note: this presentation was first featured by the Santa Fe chapter.)
Albuquerque (May) Chapter: “The Use of Soil Seed Banks in Ecological Restoration.” with Akasha Faist of NMSU https://nmsu.zoom.us/rec/share/-89KdI3d201IZo3o6lj8Sq4IB9nbT6a80ygW8vBcyEliDBiRyTB0DAFSGQA5nuyy
Las Cruces Chapter (May): “Natives vs. Exotics: Reducing non-native plant species in urban landscapes of Southern New Mexico.” With Trystan Harpold. https://youtu.be/SUAxW_i24Ug
Albuquerque Chapter (June): “Forest Changes in Northern New Mexico Mountains: Past, Present, & Climate-Driven Future,” with Craig Allen, USGS researcher. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rhhlxqw706w71nv/AAAKDEmZSUcUylR9XW5LO71Aa?dl=0
Gila Chapter: “Lichens for Beginners,” by Russ Kleinman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOXLrGAERxU&feature=youtu.be
Gila Chapter: Russ Kleinman’s Virtual Urban Field trip. Telling weeds from native wildflowers around Silver City. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8NbCZIufiY&list=PLOUh0ZlyGaM2ILzHW7tUBmUO33dXEMC_7