Feb 23, 2015 –
Green Trails for the Next Generation
A program of the Cebrin Goodman Youth, Education and Environment Project
When: March 3rd 2015 from 4:00-7:30 PM
Where: UNM Student Union Ballroom
Keynote Speaker: Laura McCarthy
Director of Conservation Programs at The Nature Conservancy – New Mexico Chapter
The Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP), in conjunction with the Cebrin Goodman Youth Leadership and the Environment Program, is proud to hold its annual Crawford Symposium – Green Trail Conference on Tuesday 3 March from 4:00 to 7:30 PM. This year the Crawford Symposium is hosted by the University of New Mexico Biology Department and will take place at the UNM Student Union Building (SUB) ballroom. UNM Biology and Bosque School are BEMP’s parent organizations.
The Crawford Symposium – Green Trail Conference is an opportunity to gather scientists and students and continue Dr. Crawford’s legacy of pioneering a green trail for learning and achieving in science, particularly for young people. In that spirit, this year’s gathering will focus on ties between and research and restoration within the Rio Grande, its bosque, and its watershed. A river can only be as healthy as its watershed, and our community’s well being is directly linked to its land, air, and water.