Monday, April 7, 2008
noon to noon
begins on Monday, April 14th ends on Tuesday April 15th 2008
@ Los Alamos National Laboratory
In terms of your health and wholeness—including water, earth, air, people, plants and creatures—how does the profession of nuclear work impact your community’s spiritual, physical and cultural life?
Why Pray on These Days?
New Mexico and her people face new assaults from uranium mining, the nuclear fuel chain, and the plans for more robust weapons of mass destruction. This is the place to participate in spiritual healing, prayers and wisdom-seeking around this concern. These days are the time when tax payments are due to the IRS, who lets the US congress use the funds for more war and more nuclear weapons.
Sponsored by Trinity Nuclear Abolitionists For information, transportation ideas, etc. please call: 505-242 0497
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
This is the second in the Geography Spring 2008 Lecture Series.
It will be held this Friday, April 4th from 5-6 pm in Bandelier Hall West, Room 105.
The Urban Environmental Monitoring (UEM) project, also known as the 100 Cities Project (http://hundredcities.asu.edu/index.html), is a baseline effort to collect and analyze remotely sensed data for 100 urban centers worldwide. Our overarching goal is to use remote sensing technology to better understand the consequences of rapid urbanization through advanced biophysical measurements, classification methods, and modeling, which can then be used to inform public policy and planning. This lecture represents an overview of progress to date and future plans. Specific attention is given to research on Delhi, India and Phoenix, Arizona.
The talk is free and open to the public.
Hope to see you there,
Department of Geography
The meeting is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, April 8th from 12 to 1 pm, room TBA.
Savannah Gene, Lecture Series Coordinator
Indigenous Nations Library Program
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
ABQ Urban Chickens
Chicken Keeping 101
Saturday May 10th @ 2 pm
- Come learn about how to keep chickens in your backyard
- The class is free and will be taught by current ABQ urban chicken keepers
- Class will be held at a chicken keepers home (RSVP for location)
- Bring a lawn chair, hat, a pen and paper, and lots of questions
- Lemonade and snack provided
- Short presentation and demonstrations will be followed by Q and A session.
- Class will end around 4-ish
To RSVP email firstname.lastname@example.org