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“The Folsom and Clovis site discoveries of Eastern New Mexico: A paradigm shift in North American archaeology” – Dr. Brendan Asher
This talk will focus on the discovery of two sites in eastern New Mexico that caused a critical rethinking of the antiquity of human presence in North America.Find out more »
Professor of History at Eastern New Mexico University, Dr. Donald (Doc) C. Elder III shares his expertise on the history of mining in New Mexico and how it relates to other fields of industry and science.Find out more »
When our ancestors immigrated to New Mexico, there were no
cars or trains available. To make a journey and start a new life,
animals were essential. Domestic animals brought them to New
Mexico and fed them when they got here.Without horses or oxen
to pull their wagons or chickens to eat, the journey would have
been all but impossible.
Stop by the museum on Saturday, October 19 between 9 am to 12 pm as we host an adoption event with the Humane Society of Lincoln County, Ruidoso, NM! Not ready to adopt yet? Come by and say hi or ask about becoming a member or volunteer. We'd love to see you!Find out more »
Join us for a presentation from The Island of misfit Morphs!
Snakes , lizards, frogs, arachnids and even insects get a bad reputation through media, tall tales and word of mouth. Come meet these animals and learn why they deserve our respect and how important they are to our ecosystem.
Island of Misfit Morphs is a non profit group dedicated to bringing animal based education to your schools and local clubs. Teaching kids to accept beings for what they are.Find out more »