Monthly Archives: September 2013

Back To The Garden / Cheyenne Thomas

This week Jean’s guest is Cheyenne Thomas, a local arborist and gardener who’ll share his expertise in the proper planting of potted and bare root trees, preparing the soil, and the how, when and why of pruning your trees when … Continue reading

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Earth Matters / Dave Parsons on Mexican Wolves

This week we welcome Nathan Newcomer of New Mexico Wilderness Alliance to the Earth Matters production team.  His first interview is with Dave Parsons – former US FWS / Fish & Wildlife Service Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator.  They discuss the Mexican … Continue reading

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Community Calendar / 24 September 2013

Tuesday 24 September 2013 Office of Sustainability / Light Bulb Exchange 8am – 5pm / 1106 N Pope Street / Save energy and money by trading in old incandescent bulbs for free compact fluorescent bulbs / Provided by PNM / … Continue reading

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Southwest Festival of the Written Word – 2013

The first Southwest Festival of the Written Word will be held Friday through Sunday, September 27-29, 2013, at multiple venues in historic downtown Silver City, New Mexico. Celebrating the “textures y sabores” shaping the Southwest’s literary identity, the Festival brings … Continue reading

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Community Calendar / 20 September 2013

Friday 20 September 2013 Gila Conservation Coalition 9th Annual Gila River Festival September 19-22 / The Gila River is in Our Hands! / The festival will examine the impacts of climate change on the Gila River and the Gila region … Continue reading

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Back To The Garden / Sarah Sayles

This week Sarah Sayles visits with Jean to talk about compost!  Sarah grew up on a horse farm in southern New Mexico – where the family also raised alfalfa and cotton and had a family vegetable garden.  She is an experienced … Continue reading

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Community Calendar / 18 September 2013

Wednesday 18 September 2013 Curbside Consulting 9am – Noon / Center for Health Innovation / 902 Santa Rita Street – 2nd floor conference room / Consulting services for existing or aspiring nonprofit organizations / Free / Lisa Jimenez – 534.0101 – … Continue reading

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Earth Matters / Gila River Festival & Ken Brower

In this week’s installment Earth Matters, co-hosts Allyson Siwik of the Gila Conservation Coalition and Upper Gila Watershed Alliance‘s Donna Stevens interview writer and environmentalist Kenneth Brower. Ken is the author of The Wildness Within (http://www NULL.browercentennial NULL.org/?page_id=27), which honors his father, … Continue reading

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Community Calendar / 16 September 2013

Monday 16 September 2013 Fall Career Fair 9am – 1pm / WNMU Student Memorial Center – 3rd floor / Meet with several local and regional employers / Bring your resume and dress to impress / WNMU Office of Career and … Continue reading

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Back To The Garden / Frances Trotta

Jean’s guest this week is Frances Trotta, a local gardener who created the lavender garden on 11th Street between Santa Rita and Grant.  She’ll share the history of the garden and discuss its needs, as well as sharing information on … Continue reading

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