Art show to feature LGBTQ youth
Taos youth shelter grows steady funding with sustainable agriculture
Love is the keyword for a juried art exhibition of LGBTQ+ Youth Art.
The show, which will open in April at the Taos Center for the Arts, is now accepting entries. Artists may submit work up until 5 p.m. March 5, to be considered for the April show. The jurors are seeking works of art that express the artist’s feelings about “loving yourself, loving others, identity, diversity, and the LGBTQ+ community as a whole.”
Udall, Heinrich, Lujan announce More Than $2 Million in Federal Funding to Combat Youth and Family Homelessness in Northern New Mexico
DreamTree Project, a local nonprofit that operates a youth shelter, is buying a retrofitted shipping container that comes fully stocked and installed with all the technology and equipment necessary to do vertical hydroponic farming in any weather. The “social enterprise” will fund the shelter and other programing.
We're Going Leafy Green to Support Our Mission
Today, U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich, and U.S. Representative Ben Ray Luján announced $2 million over the next five years in federal funding for programs that support youth and families experiencing homelessness in Northern New Mexico.
Community Invited to Discuss Challenges and Resources for Youth
What do you get when you take a modified freight container, a year-round supply of fresh produce, and non-profit dedicated to creating a safe place for Northern New Mexico’s youth?
Red River Fire Department and DreamTree Project partner to provide resources to teens throughout the Enchanted Circle.