Visit Albuquerque for RangeNet?s conference, Envisioning Wild Landscapes: Momentum for Change, on Nov. 11-13. The conference will include discussions concerning grazing issues on Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management lands; keynote speakers are U.S. Reps. Ra?l Grijalva, D-N.M., and Christopher Shays, R-Conn., who recently introduced the Voluntary Grazing Buyout Act in Congress.
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The annual Headwaters
Conference will be held from Nov. 5-7 at Western State
College of Colorado in Gunnison. This year?s theme is "The Second
Great Ethic: Toward Worldviews That Civilize Humans in Relation to
Nature." Speakers include Dr. Holmes Roston III, Ed Marston, Aaron
Abeyta, Dolores LaChapelle and Art Goodtimes.
Sharpen your spurs ? and your tongue
? and head to Elko, Nev., for the 21st National Cowboy Poetry
Gathering on Jan. 20-29, 2005. Sponsored by the Western
Folklife Center, the gathering will feature poetry, dance lessons,
horse training and ranch-cooking workshops. www.westernfolklife.org