Join us for 65 booths of Northern New Mexico's best artists in the region, featuring: Spanish Colonial, Wood working, Tinwork, Weavings, Glass Sculptures, Quilts, Paintings, Pottery, Nature, Jewelry and so much more. 
This event is sponsored by various law enforcement agencies, punitive measures are restricted during the walk. Non-addicts, recovering-addicts and many whom never used drugs or consumed alcohol, check in and prepare for an estimated 5 mile walk.
“Before Triad even began operating the Laboratory, the people of Rio Arriba County and the Pojoaque Valley made it clear to us that substance abuse is a significant, pressing issue for their communities,” said Thom Mason, LANL director and president of Triad, who announced the grant Tuesday at UWNNM’s annual meeting and 2019/20 fundraising campaign kick-off at the Mision y Convento in Española. “Triad is grateful to have the ability to support this initiative. We are committed to the health and wellness of the people and the communities that surround the Laboratory.”
The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) will waive fees at many recreation sites and amenities on Saturday, Sept. 28, for National Public Lands Day (NPLD). As the nation's largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands, NPLD is a great opportunity for more Americans to get outdoors and connect with their public lands. 
During the 2019 New Mexico Legislative Session, IAD received a General Fund Appropriation to support special projects in Fiscal Year 2020 that benefit NM tribal communities. From this appropriation the department made funds available for projects that identify and address a need of tribal communities across New Mexico.
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation welcomes new members of its Board of Directors: Wilmer Chavarria, Gary Falle, Thom Mason and Tania Sanchez, and returning member Kathryn Harris Tijerina.