Soil health related events in New Mexico and online. Contact us if you’d like your event listed!

Biochar Workshop
This workshop will provide participants with an overview of biochar production and the benefits of using biochar and other organic amendments to improve soil health. In addition to building practical knowledge and skills, we will have time to network and learn from each other over a day and a half workshop.
Friday, Dec. 8 from 11:30 to 5:00 PM
Saturday, Dec.9 from 7:00 AM – 12 PM
Synergia Ranch
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Composting Workshops
Master the art of composting in our New Mexico desert climate with Rio Grande Community Farm’s own certified Master Composter, Rich Adeyemi. Which materials are safe to compost? When to turn? What ratios of carbon to nitrogen are best? How to deal with scavengers? All your questions answered!
Recurring Second Saturdays of Every Month
9 am – 11 am (Weather dependent)
Rio Grande Community Farm
1701 Montaño Rd NW
NM 87107
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Film screening: Native Seeds
The Institute for Applied Ecology and the Xerces Society are hosting a screening of the International Network for Seed-Based Restoration’s film – Native Seeds: Supplying Restoration. This 60 min documentary explores the native seed supply chain in the western United States. The film weaves together footage of seed collectors, farmers, researchers, and land managers working to scale up the supply of native seeds to meet the growing restoration demand.
Thursday, December 7 at the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe from 7-9pm
Maíz: History, Biology, & Culture
This webinar will cover the history, biology, cultural importance, and
uses/foods of maize (aka corn) as a focal point of a relationship to
land, water, and culture as well as her role in creating a sustainable
future and becoming the human beings we were meant to be.
Monday, December 11, 2023.
6:00-8:00 PM MST
Land Stewards Happy Hour
This happy hour is co-hosted by the Taos Valley Acequia AssociationAlianza Agri-Cultura de TaosQuivira Coalition and the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union
This is a casual social event for producers, gardeners, conservationists and anyone with an interest in stewardship. We hope to see you there! And we hope to do more social hours in 2024, so stay tuned for more information. 
Wednesday December 13, 2023
Sagebrush Inn in the Gorman Room (old dining room)
Taos, NM
New Mexico Water Dialogue 29th Annual Statewide Meeting
How will New Mexico adapt to increasing water scarcity? Why the 2023 Water Planning Act will work. Presented in partnership with Water Advocates for New mexico & Middle Rio Grande. Here’s the agenda.
Thursday, January 11, 2024
8am – 4:30pm MT
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
2401 12th Street Northwest Albuquerque, NM 87104
Discover the Future of Agrivoltaics in New Mexico
Agrivoltaics, a groundbreaking concept, combines agriculture and solar panel technologies on the same land. This integration offers a unique opportunity to enhance resource efficiency and land management. What exactly does this entail, and how can it thrive in New Mexico? Join us to unravel agrivoltaic research and explore its current real world applications.
February 7, 2024
10:30 am-12:30 pm
USDA-ARS Southwestern Cotton Ginning Research Laboratory
300 College Ave.
Las Cruces, NM, 88001
For more information contact Israel Joukhadar

Native Lands Stewardship Webinar Series
Produced by the First Nations Development Institute, this series is intended for natural resource professionals, particularly those working on Tribal lands, and others interested in learning innovative approaches to ecological stewardship.
Monthly NM Tribal Weather Outlook
NM State Climatologist Dave DuBois provides information on current and upcoming weather and climate conditions on tribal lands in New Mexico. General weather updates for the entire state will also be shared.
Understanding Ag Webinars
Understanding Ag is partnering with Soil Health Academy to bring you a series of mostly free webinars, featuring regenerative pioneers such as Gabe Brown, Shane New, Allen Williams and Ray Archuleta and guest speakers. You can also watch recordings of past webinars.
Rodale Institute Webinars
Rodale Institute offers an ongoing webinar series, many of them for free. View and register for upcoming broadcasts or check out the extensive archive of previous webinars to watch at your convenience.
Land and Leadership Initiative Webinars
All of the Land and Leadership Initiative’s past webinars are now available for FREE (though if you can afford to pay, please do.) You will have to register in order to watch these webinars.
Webinars from Green Cover Seed
Recordings of past webinars and updated information on live webinars presented by Green Cover Seed. Topics range from “Start with the Soil”, “Learn from Experts”, “Learn from Others”, to “Livestock Feed Soils” and “Reduce your Inputs”.