We are very excited to introduce the very first Valencia County Earth Day Science Fiesta coming up on April 27th. Come down to Whitfield to experience over 20 different participants from 5 different regions with free hands on learning for the whole family. This is a great opportunity to learn about The Rio Grande, internship opportunities, trains, the sun, renewable energy, multiple tourism sites in and around Valencia County, animal habitats, Prehistorical Native American technology, planting, growing and germinating your own seeds, how to make wind chimes out of household materials, wild fire prevention including a real fire truck and a 25 foot hot air balloon!
While learning, don’t forget to also come and enjoy music, food, and a nature walk around Whitfield!
Where: Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area
Time: April 27th, 10am-2pm
Master Naturalist Walk around Whitfield: 1pm
Participants include: Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District, East Valencia Urban Gardens Program, National Park Service, Friends of Whitfield, Seviletta National Wildlife Refuge. B.E.M.P., Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, Workforce Connections, Roads Less Traveled Tourism, Friends of Smokey Bear, Southwest Model Railroad Club, Los Lunas Recycling, Valencia County Renewables, Facebook, Environment New Mexico, Sandia Mountain Natural History Center, School of Dreams Academy, Valencia Community Gardens, Trees that Please Nursery, Belen Public Library, Timmy Telescope, Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, and NRCS: Plant Material Center
Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area
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