Restoration

Our Bosque Restoration Field Day events happen every May and September. All ages welcome.

Education

See what programs we offer for school classrooms,  join upcoming community classes, or use our field guide to Bosque plants.

Community

We thrive on community engagement. See what events we have coming up.

Donate or Partner

Make a donation, partner with us, become a business sponsor, or donate by shopping online.

Land Acknowledgment

The Yerba Mansa Project gratefully acknowledges this land as part of the unceded Tiguex province which has been stewarded by the Sandia, Isleta, and Santa Ana Pueblos since time immemorial. We also acknowledge the indigenous sovereignty of the Pueblo, Navajo, and Apache people over the Rio Grande Valley throughout New Mexico. We recognize that the Albuquerque bosque and its surroundings continue to be protected and managed by the ancestral Tiwa-and Keres-speaking pueblos, and that the Albuquerque metro area is home to an indigenous population representing 400 plus nations and tribes. We are committed to building and maintaining relationships with the indigenous peoples of this place and holding ourselves accountable to their sovereignty over this land.

The Yerba Mansa Project is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization created by Albuquerque Herbalism in partnership with the City of Albuquerque Open Space. We are grateful for the support of our community donors, who make our many free services possible.



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