When: Sept. 19 & 20
Location: National Hispanic Cultural Center
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Per Person: $125
The New Mexico Land Conservancy invites you to “dust off your boots” and join them at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market Pavilion for a western style celebration of land heritage that includes dinner by the Mine Shaft Tavern, a moonshine tasting, guest speaker best selling author Hampton Sides, a silent auction of adventurous vacations and live music by Syd Masters and The Swing Riders and an award given to outstanding conservationist, Jim Winder.
About the Honoree:
Jim Winder is a 4th generation rancher from Lake Valley, New Mexico. He is a co-founder and past chairman of the Quivira Coalition, former board member for the New Mexico Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, and former executive committee member for the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club. In the last few years, Jim has been involved in several conservation development projects.
Learn more about Jim Winder here.
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About the Award:
The Jane Wing Petchesky Conservation Award is an annual recognition by the New Mexico Land Conservancy (NMLC) of an individual, community group, organization or public agency for outstanding contribution to private or public land conservation in New Mexico. The award is given in honor of Jane Wing Petchesky (1921–2011), a long-time resident of Santa Fe who was committed to conservation and community service, and philanthropy in support of these causes.
This year’s award will be presented at an upscale Western-style event at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market Pavilion on Friday, November 8th from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.