Eco events on the hori­zon

The Taos News - - ENVIRONMENT -

Tree his­tory of the Pi­curis Moun­tains — Trees do talk, but peo­ple have to learn to lis­ten. The Car­son Na­tional For­est’s arche­ol­o­gist Pa­trica Cor­ral will teach peo­ple to do that Thurs­day (Oct. 11) at the event called “If Trees Could Talk: Peeled Trees in the Pi­curis Moun­tains.”

“Thirty years ago ar­chae­ol­o­gists dis­cov­ered over 500 cul­tur­ally peeled pon­derosa pine trees in the Warm Springs area of the Camino Real District. These liv­ing ar­ti­facts have pro­vided im­por­tant in­for­ma­tion about an­cient land use pat­terns and tra­di­tional plant uses,” read a press re­lease from the For­est Ser­vice. The talk runs from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Car­son su­per­vi­sor’s of­fice at 208 Cruz Alta Road in Taos.

Look­ing for a job? Look for the bus Fri­day — The U.S. For­est Ser­vice is host­ing a job fair this Fri­day (Oct. 12) at the Taos County Ad­min­is­tra­tive Com­plex at 105 Al­bright Street in Taos. The fair goes from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. You can visit with For­est Ser­vice em­ploy­ees about var­i­ous job open­ings and ca­reer op­por­tu­ni­ties. For more de­tails about work­ing for the For­est Ser­vice visit fs.fed. us/fsjobs and visit car­son/ for more in­for­ma­tion about the lo­cal for­est. Seed school in No­vem­ber

— The Santa Fe Mas­ter Gar­dener As­so­ci­a­tion is host­ing a three-day “seed school” in No­vem­ber to teach New Mex­i­cans about grow­ing out and sav­ing lo­cal seeds. The event is hosted by the as­so­ci­a­tion in part­ner­ship with the Rocky Moun­tain Seed Al­liance. The class costs $65 and runs from Nov. 9-11. Chris­tine Salem can be con­tacted at jc­salem@com­ for more in­for­ma­tion.

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