Taos Archaeological Society
Date: Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Location: Kit Carson Electric - 118 Cruz Alta Rd, Taos
the Commons: Gate- Keeping Experiences from Petroglyph Hill, Galisteo Basin, New Mexico
Speaker: Dr. Beth Mills Community Planner for the Open Space and Trails Program Petroglyph Hill, Galisteo Basin
Hill, in the center of the Galisteo Basin, is renowned for the thousands of
pre-historic and historic petroglyphs depicted there, and for sweeping views of
the Galisteo Basin from its summit.
Along with these images and views, the guest speaker will share stories about
the challenges and delights of “managing” a place that belongs to everyone.
Mills, Ph.D., is a Community Planner for the Open Space and Trails
Program. She is a Cultural
Geographer and has worked in the West Indies, Hawaii, California, Washington
D.C., and Colorado. For the past 8
years Beth has worked as a planner for Santa Fe County, and currently provides
expertise in GIS analysis and planning for the Open Space Program. She is interested in the relationships
between communities and their environment and in the cultural landscapes of the
American West. Beth has two adult
children who, as it turns out, love to travel as much as she does.
Join other TAS members and our speaker at Graham's Grille for dinner prior to the meeting at 5:00 PM.
Please RSVP to Dorothy Wells if you're able to join us for dinner.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 751-3265.
PO Box 143
Taos, NM, 87571