Environment From Toilet to Tap Rio Rancho plans to pour effluent into the aquifer Rio Rancho’s waste is being wasted. The same is true for most cities, which treat their sewage well enough to be used for gray water purposes but then send it downriver. Due to the plight of the desert and a rapidly growing population, Rio Rancho no longer wants to send off its sewage.
Toxicology Report The Drugs Are Winning We’re using more than ever New Mexico is the longtime world heavyweight and still national champion in deaths by drug overdose. But lawmakers passed a landmark memorial that could put a dent in the yearly death toll. Image via Pixabay Mini-Maker Faire
Maker Faires showcase lots of cool folks and their projects as they discuss their processes and teaching skills with the public.
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Discover different ocean habitats and how to protect them. Learn about why it is important to buy sustainable seafood. Also make a recycled craft to take home.
Image via Pixabay Spring Type-Out
Experience an outdoor public typewriter gathering using a wide variety of typewriters. Write poetry, start that novel and discover digital detox.
Rio Grande Mule and Donkey Association All Breed Classic
Support or compete in a great variety of equestrian classes for prizes. Enjoy donkey races during lunch break. Registration required.
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Tons of local vendors, social and economic justice organizations, artists, environmental advocacy groups, performers and, of course, La Montañita’s delicious deli foods.
Image via Flickr Sex and Self-Love for Survivors
Trauma survivors learn to take control of sexuality and reclaim the sense of self through gentle, nurturing techniques. Donations are welcome.