Innovations in Energy 

November 11, 2017    10:00am-3:00pm     FREE

Join the Farmington Museum for a series of presentation on the latest development and innovations in energy by experts in New Mexico! Topics to be explored will include solar, geothermal, bioenergy, and the economics of energy. These informative and cutting edge presentations are free to the public.

10:00-10:45     Energy Prospects for New Mexico
                         by Dr. Martin L Kirk, UNM

11:00-11:45     Chasing Helium: Hot Springs of the Tibetan Plateau - Combining Research and Education on an International Geothermal Project
                         by Dr. Laura J Crossey, UNM

1:00-1:45         Bioenergy - Why Manure Smells Like Money by Dr. Stephen Gomez, Santa Fe Comm. College

2:00-2:45         Attitudes and Preferences: Impact on the Future of New Mexico Energy by Janie M Chermak, UNM


Curator's Choice Lecture Series

The Wild West of Buffalo Bill

December 2, 2017    3:00-4:30pm     FREE

Don't miss the latest in our Curator's Choice Lecture Series: The American West in Fact and Fiction. This presentation will focus on "The Wild West of Buffalo Bill.” William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody first garnered national attention with his exploits on the American frontier, but he will forever be associated with the Wild West show, an elaborate outdoor spectacle that traveled across the United States and Europe in the decades surrounding the turn of the twentieth century. While the shows were based on actual events, Cody’s Wild West presented a highly romanticized version of Western history that continues to influence our understanding of the region to this day. To truly understand the myth, we have to start with the man.