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Bernalillo County Open Space offers a variety of youth programs.

School Groups

Bernalillo County and partners offer school groups opportunities to go on a field trip and explore the Open Space properties. School groups can either visit the Bachechi Environmental Education building or Gutiérrez-Hubbell House on their own or request an educator to lead the field trip who will customize activities appropriate for the school group. High School groups can also participate in land health monitoring or service projects at the Open Space properties. Call or email the Open Space coordinator for more information at (505) 314-0398.

Scouts

Boy and Girl Scouts have been an important part of the Bernalillo County Open Space Program by completing a number of projects on Open Space lands. If you are a Scout interested in completing an Eagle Scout or Troop project on Open Space, call the Open Space coordinator today at (505) 314-0398.

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  • Weekly crafts, outdoor activities, and experiments will be offered to deepen your discovery of the natural world. Each visitor can make a journal and crafts to take home. Activities are correlated to school science standards making this a great opportunity for homeschoolers to learn, explore and play! Contact (505) 314-0420.
    Location:
    Bachechi Open Space, 9521 Rio Grande Blvd. NW

  • Join Dara Saville, founder of Albuquerque Herbalism, for a photographic slideshow on medicinal plants and landscapes of central New Mexico. Learn about the properties of some common healing herbs in our area and sample a few herbal remedies. Explore the local landscapes including the Chihuahua Desert, Sandia Mountains, and the Bosque and see how these dynamic places are evolving and what it means for our selected medicinal plants. Workshops are free, but space is limited and participants must register below or call (505) 314-0398.
    Location:
    Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW

  • Join Dara Saville, founder of Albuquerque Herbalism, for a photographic slideshow on medicinal plants and landscapes of central New Mexico. Learn about the properties of some common healing herbs in our area and sample a few herbal remedies. Explore the local landscapes including the Chihuahua Desert, Sandia Mountains, and the Bosque and see how these dynamic places are evolving and what it means for our selected medicinal plants. Workshops are free, but space is limited and participants must register below or call (505) 314-0398.
    Location:
    Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW

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