Every year the staff of the RMYC Prevention Program work with our partners to conduct the New Mexico Community Survey to assess the impacts and risks of substance misuse in Taos County and throughout New Mexico. This year, we have enormous support from the community. Look forward to the results in July.
The Fall Edition of the Crew News is now available. Read about two very resilient Corpsmembers and how RMYC helped them find their pathway to a career. Hear from Ben Thomas, Executive Director, about how the pandemic is testing the resilience of RMYC and how we are overcoming the challenge.
RMYC was fortunate to receive a grant from the National Forest Foundation to support our forestry crews in the El Medio area of the Carson National Forest. Crews reduced the amount of fire fuels to protect ALL OF US from a forest fire. Thank you crews and thank you to the National Forest Foundation. The
Shadow of the Southwest Mexican Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis lucida) Of the 19 owl species found within the United States, none fulfill the role of myth and marvel as well as the Spotted Owl. The Spotted Owl is one of the largest owl species in North America, however this doesn’t make finding them an easy
We received a surprise visit from Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland and Rep. Teresa Leger Fernández today at Pecos National Historical Park. Their unannounced visit was well received by our local summer Crew #10 working at the Park on a fencing project.Although brief, Sec. Halaand and Rep. Fernandez asked the crewmembers about the project,
Following a few difficult life situations, Alana found herself feeling weak, both mentally and physically. She dropped out of college and moved to Albuquerque. Her cousin had just finished a season at RMYC, and when Alana learned about the educational scholarship and that she could get paid to be outside, her strength started returning. Her