The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
Dinosaurs roamed here, and the land was once under a warm shallow sea. Souvenirs of these times can still turn up underfoot.
The land can feel harsh under the blazing sun or the winds that whip up dust devils. This radiant and shape-shifting land can also feel surprisingly tender, with little or no topsoil to cushion it in some places. It offers its exquisite beauty freely, with magical and inspiring sunsets and sunrises, dark skies under blankets of stars, visible meteor showers, and expansive cloudscapes.
What if we recognized the Living Land, and Mother Earth herself as model of an inside-out way to evolve?
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1801 Mountain Rd NW
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