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    By David Moore | August 10, 2021

    Events Calendar
    Apply by August 31 for grants from the New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division to support projects that develop, maintain, and conserve outdoor access.

    August 12: Effective proposal writing for nonprofits
    Head to the Santa Fe Community Foundation for this session on writing a successful proposal from a professional grantwriter and grantmaker, with a focus on strategies for getting funded.

    August 16: Science on Tap transitions to The Periodic Table
    Meet Jennifer Harris (who runs LANL’s human bioengineering laboratory), at Bathtub Row Brewing Co-Op for the Periodic Table, a casual “ask-me-anything” get-together. For this inaugural event, Jennifer will be your host, ready to answer any and all questions related to this month’s featured topics, bioengineering and personalized medicine.

    August 18 - DisrupTech
    The Laboratory’s Feynman Center for Innovation and NM Start-up Factory present the 7th annual DisrupTech event, a celebration of the disruptive technology created by the great minds of Los Alamos scientists.

    August 20-22 - Pathways: Native Arts Festival
    The Pueblo of Pojoaque’s Poeh Cultural Center hosts this three-day arts festival, showcasing native artists. The event is free and open to the public, and takes place at the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino.

    August 31 - Deadline for outdoor recreation grants
    The New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division is offering $500,000 in grants to support projects that develop, maintain, and conserve outdoor access. Open to a range of entities (including tribes and pueblos, municipalities, counties, and nonprofits), the deadline to apply for a Outdoor Recreation Trails+ grant is August 31.

    Sept 2 - Coffee with the UNM-Taos Chancellor
    Connect via Zoom for updates and announcements from the administrative team at UNM-Taos.

    Sept 6 - Labor Day

     
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