Rob is joined by reporters Christian Marquez, who recently wrote about the Census, and Amy Linn, who has been following the landmark decision against New Mexico for violating the civil rights of at-risk students.
CHRISTINE CHAVEZ WATER CONSERVATION MANAGER CITY OF SANTA FE ON THE CITY’S WATER
CONSERVATION PROGRAM including indoor and outdoor rebate program and new commercial rebates.
Christine Y. Chavez has a background in water rights administration and energy and water conservation
program management in the state of New Mexico. She is a graduate of New Mexico State University
(B.S. in Environmental Science and M.S. in Biology). Christine is the Water Conservation Manager for the
City of Santa Fe and is a certified Energy Auditor with the Building Performance Institute, Certified
Landscape Irrigation Auditor with the Irrigation Association, Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper
through EPA WaterSense and is working on completion of her WERS Verifier certification through the
Green Building Coalition. She may be reached at email@example.com.
A Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, With River Advocate Steve Harris
30 Years of Activism: Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety Accomplishments, Working with Communities, and Challenges Ahead.
With CCNS Executive Director Joni Arends
Why Education in the Espanola Valley is Important for Santa Fe.
With Dr. Richard Bailey, President of Northern New Mexico College
A Look at Santa Fe’s Neighborhood Network,
With Former City Council Member, Founder and First President, KAREN HELDMEYER and Vice President for Neighborhood Involvement Rick Martinez.
A Conversation with Santa Fe's Mayor
On The State of Media Literacy in New Mexico.
With Pamela Pereyra, Chapter Chair of NM Media Literacy Now, and Zoe Colfax, A Student at The New Mexico School for the Arts joining via video