This is the event of the year for New Mexico water professionals! In just two days, you’ll get the latest updates on New Mexico Water Law from all points of view, while networking with professionals from across the state in vibrant downtown Santa Fe.
This year's conference includes two featured presentations:
Update from the State Engineer: John R. D'Antonio Jr., PE, State Engineer New Mexico Office of the State Engineer, Santa Fe
The Future of New Mexico Water Law: James C. Kenney, Cabinet Secretary, New Mexico Environment Department Santa Fe
Leading experts will cover the latest updates on current topics, including:
The Albuquerque Museum opened an exhibit on June 22nd called "SEED: Climate Change Resilience" which explores the power of seeds to teach and transform our future.
The exhibit included Community Learning Network's seed stories, seeds, and writings from our work over the years with Dr. Larry Emerson and students from the region as well as Stonehill, Iona, Fairfield, Fordham, and Villanova Universities through the TDK Learning Community.
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Community Learning Network and New Mexico TechWorks partnered with Rio Arriba County to teach their new high school interns how to create Weebly websites at Northern New Mexico College today!
CommUNITY Learning Network is a grassroots New Mexico-born and locally based 501(c)3 organization dedicated to building stronger communities through real-life learning.