CALLING ALL TEACHERS & SCHOOL STAFF/ADMIN: NMWF is working to secure 4 classrooms throughout the state to work on a Wild Harvest: Sustainable Eating project that would entail bringing the experiential learning opportunity of skinning, quartering, processing and learning to cook large game wild meat in the classroom.
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New Mexico Wildlife Federation is dedicated to encouraging all New Mexico residents to experience nature at their comfort level. For someone that has never been in "big" nature, taking a weekend camping trip may sound very scary and intimidating.
Join the New Mexico Wildlife Federation in the #Hike52NMWF challenge! 52 hikes in 52 week- get out on our public lands and soak up the sun, enjoy the fresh air but most of all #reconnectwithnature!
SOL FOREST SCHOOL (ABQ)Sandia Mountains: At Sol Forest School, our "Treeschoolers" are not only allowed, but encouraged, to climb trees. As co-facilitators in their learning and play, we are there guiding them through new experiences of risk and adventure. In terms of tree climbing, we provide pre-teaching whenever possible in the form of dialogue...
SANTA FE CHILDREN'S MUSEUMSanta Fe, New Mexico: The four walls of the Santa Fe Children's Museum contain wonders for kids to explore, and the fun doesn't end there. The Museum's "backyard" is nature at its most family-friendly. Children are invited to climb a tree, visit the adobe playhouse, or discover dinosaur bones buried in the sandpit. Many...
Check out our December edition of Nature Niños where we highlight amazing nature experiences that are happening throughout the state of New Mexico!