Monthly CEN Meeting
April 26th, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Udall Conference Room
In Attendance: Andy Otto, Santa Fe Watershed Association; Alanna Herrera, Wise Fool NM; Amanda Lee, SITE Santa Fe; Diego Medina, School for Advanced Research; Elena Kayak, SFPS; Kemely Gomez, MOIFA; Leona Hillary, Santa Fe Children’s Museum; Lisa Noriega, City of Santa Fe; Maddie Bavley, Santa Fe Botanical Garden/Cooking With Kids; Matt Krietman, Bike Santa Fe; Mollie Parsons, Santa Fe Botanical Garden; Mollie Toll, Office of Archaeological Studies; Nadine Stafford, Interfaith Coalition; Ryan Williams, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum; Sara Digby, Institute for Applied Ecology; Sarah Canelas, Opportunity Santa Fe; Shannon Bay, O’Keeffe Museum; Tamara Grybko;
Welcome and Introductions
Teacher’s Night Out - Friday, October 4th, 2019
Contact has been made with the new Event Coordinator to re-confirm the CCA as the location.
Have begun to reach out to possible sponsors.
Working on break out session ideas for teachers in different areas.
Sweeney After School
21st Century Teachers Training
City Summer Program
Confirmed the contact list for the on-site educators.
Developed plans for literary element strategies.
Summer Staff Training has a draft schedule.
Signed contacts for the participating educators.
Andy Otto, Executive Director, Santa Fe Watershed Association
Mission of the SFWA is to protect and restore the health and vibrancy of the Santa Fe River and its watershed for the benefit of people and the environment.
My Water, My Watershed
SFWA and the City and County of Santa Fe partner to enlist businesses, groups and individuals to help take care of the river.
Goal is to continue bringing the river back to life, which requires:
Integrated program of storm runoff management.
Releases from upstream reservoirs.
Use of the river channel as a zone for aquifer recharge.
NM Climate Masters
More information can be found on their website: here.
Announcements & Wrap Up
Next Meeting: May 31st, Roundhouse Meeting Room, 500 Market Station
Santa Fe Bike Week is Saturday, May 11th to Sunday, May 19th.
Forest Bound Outdoor Program is recruiting participants!
Program for high school age youth that utilizes the Native Plant Curriculum, developed by the Institute for Applied Ecology.
More info can be found here.
Fiesta Para Bebes will be Saturday, June 1st.
The Festival of Learning is Sunday, May 5th from 2:00pm to 6:00pm at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.
We need Summer Associates for the City Summer Program!