MEOW WOLF Art Collective Meow Wolf displayed their colorful art in and around the Roundhouse Ramada at the Railyard Park. meowwolf.com
YOUTH-IN-SERVICE PROGRAMS What groups come to the park? Church Groups Youth Conservation Corps Classes and/or clubs from local schools Green Job Training Programs Organizations assisting homeless youth in work experience programs What kinds of projects do groups work on? Acequia maintenance Weed removal Tree planting Invasive species removal Composting Pruning/deadheading flowers Bike
WALKING IN THE RAILYARD PARK The Prescription Trails program is designed to increase walking and wheelchair rolling on suggested routes in Santa Fe and promotes healthy lifestyles for individuals, families and pets too. Healthcare providers write prescriptions for walking for their patients based on their current physical condition and to treat and prevent a
GROW ORGANIC FOOD WITH THE RAILYARD PARK CONSERVANCY The Railyard Park Conservancy offers 10 individual, organic garden plots in our Community Garden, located at the south end of the Railyard Park. We provide mulch for your gardens, in addition to maintaining an active compost pile. The 400-year-old Acequia Madre and Acequia Niña
Saturday, July 9th, 2016, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm – Home Mushroom Cultivation with Chris Kerns of the New Mexico Mycological Society NMMS member Chris Kerns takes a creative approach to illustrating his process for cultivation, providing a step by step explanation of growing mushrooms, both from spores and from existing specimens. Free.
Free Public Workshop Series Our workshops feature experts in agricultural and horticultural techniques, in topics ranging from tree care and pest management to informational workshops on topics such as the Acequias of New Mexico. All events are free to the public and held at the Railyard Park Community Room behind SITE Santa Fe. [bears_blog element_id="1481935927370-42996eec-8938"
Saturday, June 4th, 2016, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm – Trees to Plant in New Mexico Workshop with Robert Wood, Certified Arborist/Municipal Specialist, City of Santa Fe Water Conservation Department Learn about regionally appropriate trees and how to plant them with Master Arborist Bob Wood. Santa Fe is a dry, high elevation city where certain
Saturday, May 28th, 2016, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm – Bee Walk and Native Bee House Tour with Dr. Olivia Carril, Melittologist The Railyard Park’s first large-scale Native Bee House will be open to the public this spring. Join Dr. Carril and learn about declining native bee populations, their diminishing habitat, and how the Native