A free urban walking program on public trails in the Santa Fe community.
The Santa Fe Walking Collaborative, convened by the Santa Fe Conservation Trust, wants to help you to walk more! We’ve put together 42 in-town walks on trails near Santa Fe’s parks from May through October 2018. They are free, last about an hour, and are led by interesting Santa Feans.
Want to walk with us? Visit the Vamonos sign-up page or feel free to “just show up!”
9:00 – 10:00 am
Railyard Park Community Room to Acequia Trail
May 12—Tammy McLellan, Santa Fe Children’s Museum
June 9—Tammy McLellan, Santa Fe Children’s Museum
July 14—Tammy McLellan, Santa Fe Children’s Museum
Aug 11—Anne Nelson, Railyard Park Conservancy
Sept 8—Anne Nelson, Railyard Park Conservancy
Oct 13—Anne Nelson, Railyard Park Conservancy
Tammy McLellan – Senior Museum and Earthworks Garden Manager at the Santa Fe Children’s Museum
Anne Nelson – Railyard Park Conservancy Board member, Yardmaster Volunteer and Chair of the Children’s Programming Committee for Railyard Park. She is a Landscape Architect whose practiced in New Mexico since 1980. For the last 20 years she has collaborated with early childhood communities around the country, working together to create outdoor play/learning environments that maximize children’s contact with nature. “Earthworks,” the outdoor component of the Santa Fe Children’s Museum, was the project that shifted her focus in this direction where she now advocates and facilitates children’s programming for Railyard Park