To Honor and Acknowledge the Work of the New Mexico Environmental Law Center
Monday nights at 6pm at Hotel Santa Fe
“In wilderness I sense the miracle of life, and behind it our scientific accomplishments fade to trivia.” Charles Lindbergh

October 10 Wayne Ranney
Geology Educator, Author, Carving the Grand Canyon: Evidence, Theories, and Mystery, Sedona Through Time; and co-Author Ancient Landscapes of the Colorado Plateau Grand Canyon Field Institute

In the Footsteps of Martha Summerhayes, a Southwestern Pioneer WomanOr How I Touched a Real Piece of SW History While Sailing Around an Iceberg in Greenland

October 17 Dr. Ken Carpenter
Paleontologist, Director and Curator of Paleontology, Prehistoric Museum, Associate Vice-Chancellor, Utah State University/College of Eastern Utah, Price, Utah
The Mouth That Roared: What T. Rex & Other NM Dinosaur Specimens Tell Us

October 24 Dr. Scott L. Collins
Professor of Biology and Director, Sevilleta Long-Term Ecological Research Project
University of New Mexico
Potential Impacts of Climate Change in New Mexico Plant Communities & Ecosystems

October 31 Dr. David H. Townsend
Historian, New Mexico State University-Alamogordo
Former New Mexico State Legislator
Albert Bacon Fall: Big Navy, Big Oil and The Teapot Dome Scandal

November 7 Dr. Richard I. Ford
Ethnobotanist, Archaeologist , Former Curator of Ethnology and Ethnobotany, Museum of Anthropology and Professor Emeritus of Anthropology (ret.), University of Michigan; and Editor, The Nature and Status of Ethnobotany
Pre-Hispanic Farming in the Northern Rio Grande

November 14 Jack Loeffler
Environmental Activist, Writer, Aural Ecologist, Radio Producer, and
Author, Adventures with Ed: A Portrait of Abbey; Survival Along the Continental Divide: An Anthology
of Interviews; Headed Upstream, Interviews With Iconoclasts; Healing the West: Voices of Culture and Habitat
Defending Homeland: Decades on the Front Lines of Environmentalism in New Mexico

November 21 Dr. Kirt Kempter
Vulcanologist, Independent Geologist, and former Fulbright Scholar
The Ice Age in New Mexico: Past, Present, and Future

November 28 Dr. Bryan Brown, Ornithologist
Former Grand Canyon Ornithology Researcher, National Park Service And San Juan River Guide, Wild Rivers Expeditions
Birds and Habitats of the Grand Canyon and Four Corners Region

December 5 Dr. Todd Surovell
Archaeologist and Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Wyoming; nd Author, Toward a Behavioral Ecology of Lithic Technology: Cases from Paleo-Indian Archaeology
The Pleistocene Extinction of Megafauna

December 12 Stephen R. Fox
Environmental Historian, Writer and Author, American Conservation Movement: John Muir and His Legacy.
John Muir and the Religion of Nature

December 19 Dr. Ian Miller
Paleontologist, Curator of Paleontology, Chairman, Earth Science Department, Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Snow Mastadon From the Paleocene Found in Aspen, Colorado

$12 at the Door or $110 for the series of 11 lectures

A Public Program Graciously Assisted by Hotel Santa Fe, a Picuris Pueblo Enterprise


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