Did you know that there are five National Forests in New Mexico? They were established at different times and for different reasonsand offer different experiences. As New Mexico's population grows and becomes more urban, our National Forests are facing new issues for the 21st Century. Join us for an evening "in" the woods without ever leaving your seat. And learn some things your probably never knewsuch as the story of Smokey Bear in space! |
Jean Szymanski has worked for the Forest Service since 1980. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Geography from the University of Wisconsin. She started as a cartographer with the Forest Service in Milwaukee, WI and transferred to Albuquerque in 1989 as a cartographic section head.
A year later, she transferred to the Public Affairs staff as a visitor information assistant. She is currently the Regional Conservation Education Coordinator. She also serves as the state coordinator for New Mexico Project Learning Tree and was the director of New Mexico Forestry Camp for 20 years.
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science reserves the right to cancel any event that does not reach a minimum of 6 participants.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science (View)
1801 Mountain Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
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