Build Your Refuge Day at Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, Albuquerque
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Build Your Refuge Day

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Valle de Oro—Albuquerque’s own urban National Wildlife Refuge—is inviting the community to voice their own unique ideas, concerns and visions for the South Valley dairy farm-turned-urban-sanctuary during Build Your Refuge Day. During several hours on the morning and afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 29 (to be precise, 10am to 2pm), all are welcome to help build trails, share ideas for the design of the visitor center and contribute their wisdom as to what kind of interpretation programs the Refuge should provide. Not only do folks of all-ages get to connect with the place and the staff there, but free agua frescas and food trucks are on-hand at this wonderful and free event. (Maggie Grimason)

Saturday Sept 29, 2018

7851 Second Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:


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Help build the first trail on the refuge, voice ideas for education and interpretation programs and help the design of the visitor center. Also enjoy kids' activities, tours, food trucks, music and augas frescas.

Join Friends of Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge and Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge for Build Your Refuge Day September 29th 10-2 pm. Help build the first trail on the refuge (training and tools provided), voice ideas for education and interpretation programs, and contribute to the design of the visitor center. Also enjoy: kid friendly activities, refuge tours, food trucks, live music and free augas frescas.

Please wear closed-toed shoes for trail building and for organized groups please RSVP to valledeoro@fws.gov Come be a proud part of your community and help Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge grow!