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Featuring Spanish Renaissance architecture, Lensic Performing Arts Center hosts concerts and performances for symphonies, nationally recognized musicians, and international acts.
The center provides free tickets to students on Student Nights.
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With four separate wings, dedicated to presenting different exhibits and forums, this museum is a must-visit destination.
The collection housed at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture is composed of roughly 42,000 individual pieces.
In addition to the Santa Fe NF, lead partners include the Valles Caldera National Preserve, US Geological Survey, Pueblo of Jemez, Forest Stewards Guild, New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, The Nature Conservancy, New Mexico Forest Industry Association, and Wild Earth Guardians.
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Special thanks to the Carson National Forest for producing this video.
The SWJM Collaborative Landscape Restoration Project is a long-term collaborative effort to restore forest ecosystems in the Jemez Mountains and improve their resilience to major disturbances, including fire, insects and disease, and climate change.