Fall Field Tour 2018 Management Strategies of a Senescing Bosque Thursday, October 25th 9:30 am – 12:00 pm The bosque is more than one thing, but the World War II era, gallery forest of mature cottonwoods that for many people defines the bosque is coming to an end. Join BEMP for a fall field tour focusing on Management Strategies of a Senescing … Read More
BEMP Stable Isotope Workshop Success
On September 13th and 14th BEMP partnered with the Center for Stable Isotopes (CSI) at the University of New Mexico (UNM) to put on a two-day workshop to introduce high school students to stable isotope research. Stable isotopes are atoms found in nature that have a different number of neutrons in their nucleus, making them heavier or lighter than usual. During the … Read More
BEMP and UNM Stable Isotope Workshop
Join us for the first Stable Isotope Workshop BEMP is partnering with the UNM Center for Stable Isotopes (CSI) to put on a two-day workshop for high school students that are interested in learning about stable isotopes and how they can be used to answer ecological questions. Students that show a particular interest in isotope studies after the workshop may … Read More
ASLA Summer with BEMP
This summer, BEMP was excited to work with the first Albuquerque Sign Language Academy (ASLA) Youth Conservation Crew in partnership with ASLA, Valle de Oro NWR, and the US Forest Service! Following the footsteps of crews of young adults from the deaf and hard of hearing community who work with Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC), this crew was created for … Read More
Welcome, Alex Levine! Education Coordinator
BEMP is excited to welcome Alex Levine and his family to the BEMP tribe! Alex Levine was born and raised in south Florida where he spent most of his free time birding and herping. After graduating from The University of North Carolina at Asheville with a BS in Environmental Science, Alex moved back to Miami and received a Masters in Biology … Read More
BEMP and Horizons 2018
Summer at BEMP brings together some of our favorite people, the Horizons Albuquerque community! Horizons is a national summer enrichment program that addresses summer learning loss for public school students. Students return to the program each summer to study and grow together. They continue to get support from their Horizons teachers throughout the school year, at tutoring and monthly events. … Read More
BEMP Loves Our Interns, Part 2: Welcome Back Sarah Moser!
We love Sarah Moser! Sarah is an asset to the team and we are excited to have her back this summer! Sarah Moser is an undergraduate at Bard College, currently pursuing BS degrees in both biology and philosophy. She became involved with BEMP attending Bosque School for high school and has continued to cultivate her passion for science and the … Read More
BEMP Loves Our Interns, Part 1: Welcome Marisa Granados!
BEMP is excited to welcome summer intern Marisa! Marisa has been a huge help and inspiration to the BEMP team! Marisa Granados is a recent Bosque School alumna and is planning on attending Colorado State University in the fall to study Environmental Engineering. Marisa has done extensive research through the Bosque School Senior Thesis program on Environmental Education programs and … Read More
What Happens to BEMP data?
What Happens to BEMP data? Every third full week of the month, BEMP staff and students head out along the Middle Rio Grande to one of 33 research sites to collect data on groundwater, precipitation, and litterfall. These monthly collections help build our thousands of data points that tell us about the overall health of the bosque and help inform … Read More
TLB Romping and A Retrospective
TLB Romping and A Retrospective By Jonathan Tyrrell As I mark the calendar of a year-long anniversary of working at BEMP, I am excited to step into new horizons, learn about new datasets, and establish stronger connections to the bosque ecosystem and those who work to monitor it. This past year has taught me how BEMP is a microcosm of … Read More