November 10, 2015

TEAM

Leadership Team

Betsy Fulreader, Program Director and Senior Educator
(505) 604-0098 (cell)
email Betsy

Janet Masters, Chief Operating Officer
(505) 286-9073
email Janet

 


Program Staff

Rachel Erickson, Environmental Educator


Thrift Store Staff

(505) 286-9611


Board of Directors

Genevieve BarrettPresident
Patricia MaddenVice President
Margaret CallahanTreasurer
Carol AndersonSecretary
Eric RasmussenDirector
OPEN, Director

Talking Talons is recruiting new Board Directors with backgrounds in the following disciplines:

Law: corporate, contract

Human Resources

Education: Primary, Secondary

Biological Sciences, Forestry, Earth Sciences

Accounting

Computer Science, Management Information

Retail services

Please contact Genevieve Barrett to find out how your experience and expertise can be put to work building Talking Talons.

 

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3 weeks ago
Environmental Education Association of New Mexico (EEANM)

Thank you, Environmental Education Association of New Mexico, for hosting this important conversation regarding the economics and benfits of environmental education. The number of attendees shown in ... See more

What an incredible afternoon sharing perspectives and collecting wisdom about the value and benefits of environmental education! Thanks to everyone who attended our first community dialogue. We ... See more

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1 month ago

Talking Talons Youth Leadership partner, Friends of Tijeras Pueblo, is hosting a wonderful summer camp focused on Archaeology at the Tijeras Pueblo Archaeological Site.

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Our bears are very active now and, unfortunately, "getting into trouble." Our partner, Stephanie Long of the Sandia Mountain Bear Collaborative invites you all to a really great presentation on what ... See more

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Our partner, The Nature Conservancy, hosted an informative tour of projects focused on watershed-based environmental and wildlife conservation along the Tijeras Creek Watershed.

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Talking Talons Youth Leadership takes it's mission to the highest levels! Current and emeritus Talking Talons Youth Leadership Program Directors (Betsy and Laurie) with NM Senators Tom Udall and ... See more

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2 months ago
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5.10.18 Students from Amy Biehl High School and Garfield Middle School learning about watershed health and protection during TTYL's "Spring to River, Hidden in Plain Sight", EPA-funded Environmental ... See more

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Wonderful morning spent doing recon for The Nature Conservancy's Collaborative Forest Restoration Program Project near Cedro. TTYL is doing environmental education and some post-treatment ecological ... See more

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2 months ago

It is National Environmental Education Week! Talking Talons staff is celebrating by preparing education and stewardship materials for upcoming EPA-funded field trips. These field trips are bringing ... See more

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2 months ago
Earth Day 2018 Google Doodle

Earth Day inspiration to get outside, listen, smell, touch, and feel the connections. https://youtu.be/q8v9MvManKE

Today’s annual Earth Day Doodle was created in partnership with one of the planet’s most influential advocates: Ethologist (animal behavior expert), conserva...

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3 months ago
Sandia Mountain Natural History Center

Talking Talons' EPA award in action! Our partner and sub-awardee, Sandia Mountain Natural History Center, is doing a terrific job providing Environmental Education (EE) education to at least 30 of ... See more

Photos from our workshop with UNM pre-service teachers, where we worked with them on how they could incorporate environmental ed into their teaching and effectively use the outdoors. Our next ... See more

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