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Alex Emnrd Mares

Heritage Educator

Mesilla Valley-Bosque State Park

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Mesilla Valley-Bosque State Park

Background Information

Employment History

New Mexico


Ranger

Hueco Tanks


Affiliations

Chihuahuan Desert Education Coalition

Board Member


El Paso Museum of Archaeology

Member of the Accession Committee


Diné Nation

Member


Web References(52 Total References)


Letter to the President from Diverse Scholars - Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument

www.organmountains.org [cached]

Alex Mares
Anthropologist and Southwest Tribal Liaison


www.elpasoinc.com

“This museum fills a specific need,†said Alex Mares, a heritage educator and park ranger at the Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park in New Mexico, and a member of the advisory board. “It’s one of the things that brings people to this community and helps people who are from here learn who they are.â€


The Deming Headlight - Park hosts speaker on NM Apaches

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"The Chiricahua Apaches roamed this land, sharing and overlapping territories with other bands of native people," said Alex Mares, new Heritage Educator for Mesilla Valley-Bosque State Park."They had a different concept of land then we do.They had winter and summer base camps but their home range was fluid."Mares, also a gifted storyteller, will be the featured speaker at 10 a.m. Saturday, at Pancho Villa State Park.The event is held in conjunction with the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition "Between Fences," which will remain at the park until July 31."Apaches roamed all around this area, hunting antelope, and harvesting mescal and mesquite pods," Mares said."Bands of roving Apaches hunted and gathered along the Tres Hermanas and Florida Mountains.They knew which years the best crops would grow and where they would be.Hidden in these mountains are features that are still sacred to the tribes."The band Cochise belonged to settled in the region of the Dragoons in Arizona and Geranimo, because he followed the tradition of joining his wife's band when he married, is believed to have born near the headwaters of the Gila," Mares said.We're just waiting for confirmation," Mares said.


Contact Us | CDEC

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Director, Alex Mares
Director, Benny Pol


About | CDEC

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Director, Alex Mares
Director, Benny Pol Director, Carlos Martinez Director, Diane Perez The Chihuahuan Desert - Hot Spot for Conservation in North America


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