Welcome to the Open Space Alliance

The Open Space Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to promote public awareness and conservation of Open Space lands, and to educate the public about the natural, historic, cultural, educational, and recreational aspects of Open Space areas.
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Volunteers Needed

The Open Space Gift Shop needs fun, friendly, retail-minded volunteers to work in the shop on weekends. Please email Jill Greene at albqdog@aol.com for more information. Thanks!
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Events at Visitor Center

Saturday, June 11
1:00pm – 4:00pm

Using a unique blend of photography, collage, and digital darkroom techniques, Chris coaxes abstract works of raw beauty out of often overlooked details.

Join Chris for a Sack Lunch Artist’s Talk at 1:00pm. Chris will provide food for thought as he explains his concepts and techniques while participants munch their lunch.

Chris’ talk will be followed at 2:00pm by an Opening Reception.

Sunday, June 12
10:00am – 12:00pm

Air layering is a 4,000-year-old propagation method that allows you to root branches to a parent plant. Lloyd “the Fig Man” Kreitzer is an experienced gardener and owner of a certified nursery in which he propagates hundreds of figs and other trees for grower’s markets. Through a hands-on workshop, he will demonstrate the air layering technique.

FREE. Please register with Bill by calling 505-452-5222.

Wednesday, June 15
11:00am – 12:00pm

For children aged 6-14 years, this Explorer Series will be held Wednesdays in June and July, beginning June 15th.

Follow the Open Space Explorer road to kid ingenuity! Kids from last year’s explorer program will be your guides. Each week one of them, with the support of staff and volunteers, will take you on a magical journey through the world of nature art. You will make found-object monsters, “emerald” bird baths, twig boats and much more. Let your imagination soar over the rainbow with us this summer.

It’s free, but pre-registration for one day or for the whole series is required. Please register by calling 505-897-8831.

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