- Category: Youth
- Published: Wednesday, 28 October 2015 20:48
The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance is excited to be building partnerships with the Bosque School in Albuquerque.
The Bosque School hosted NM Wild’s annual Wilderness Conference in 2009 and 2010. In fall 2010, Bosque School’s students and faculty developed a children’s education track concurrent with the regular Conference, which culminated in an excellent presentation by Bosque School students on their wildlife monitoring and research efforts.
The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance looks forward to future collaborations with the Bosque School and with its students, the future conservation leaders of America.
More About The Bosque School:
The Bosque School is an independent school for 6th-12th graders, with emphasis programs in community service, creative and performing arts, and environmental science. The Bosque School is home to the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP), a renowned long-term ecological research project using volunteers (mainly K-12 teachers and their students) to monitor key indicators of structural and functional change in the Middle Rio Grande riparian forest, or “bosque.” BEMP now has over 5,000 students and teachers participating in field data collection.
For more information, visit the Bosque School website at http://www.bosqueschool.org/