Announcements from Albuquerque Parks.
BOSQUE is a group exhibition that invites people to interpret their relationship with the Albuquerque riverside forest in media of their preference.
Great News! The Open Space Division will be constructing and installing the first permanent toilet at a West Side Rio Grande Access Site starting Monday March 23, 2015.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District began construction work in the Rio Grande Valley State Park on the Oxbow Restoration project in early 2015 near Coors and Namaste.
PARCH is a group exhibition exploring the nature of Water. Water has a transformational quality, carving the political and physical landscapes of our world.
The Rio Grande Vision State Park Project is about connecting Albuquerque’s citizens to the river while protecting the spectacular resource that flows through the heart of our community. Keeping the Bosque a vital, treasured habitat and destination requires full community support. The City of Albuquerque Parks and Recreation Department announced it will be working on trail improvements in the Rio Grande Valley State Park from Central to I40 on the east side of the river.
The City of Albuquerque's Open Space Division and Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Water Authority are undertaking a habitat restoration project in the area near the Paseo del Norte Bridge.
Paseo del Bosque and other trails are featured in this recent article by "On the Commons" Magazine.
A draft final of the Rio Grande Valley State Park, Central to Montaño Project: Environmental Monitoring Plan and Baseline Data Report is now available.
Rio Grande Community Farm (RGCF) is a non-profit, educational farm in the North Valley and partner organization of the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division.
The 2014 Open Space Summer Series is here!
Open Space Alliance (OSA) is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of the Open Space Gift Shop at the Open Space Visitor Center.
Spring and summer events and the Open Space Division's 30th Anniversary.
Apply for a booth at the Open Space Recycled Art Fair!
The New Mexico State Parks Division’s Boating Safety office, has supported the work of the National Association of State Boating Administrators (NASBLA) and is proud to have one of the leading online boating safety educators bring you a free Paddlesports on-line safety course.
Applications to participate in the 6th Annual Recycled Art Fair Juried exhibit REVIVED. We invite you to take part!
Silvery Minnow Channel and Riparian Habitat Enhancement Project
Jay, a lifelong resident of Albuquerque and employee of the Open Space Division, passed away suddenly on January 9, 2014.
Information about the Shooting Range Park volunteer program.
The Sandhill cranes are back!
Albuquerque 1st in list of Top 10 Urban Destinations For Nature-Lovers