This 4-week course redefines traditional definitions of nature and nature writing. Our writing this year will center on RESTORATION: restoring land, restoring our lives, taking action, building connections, wholeness and community identity. The course will focus on Rio Fernando Park, a damaged piece of agricultural land located in the center of Taos, New Mexico that is currently being restored. We will study these 20 acres from a historical, ecological & public policy perspective and gear our work towards eventual publication.
Taos writer and photographer Jim O’Donnell is an award winning wilderness advocate, author and conservation photographer.
8.00am – 12.00pm, Saturdays, May 4, 11, 18 and May 25, 2019
Rio Fernando Park, Taos Land Trust, 410 LA POSTA ROAD, TAOS
$250; $220 for SOMOS members
Contact SOMOS 575-758-0081, or [email protected] to register.