Bosque by Wheelchair: Exploring Accessibility (10/17/2015)
This family outing allowed us to enjoy the trail and see how well it works for people who use wheelchairs or other assistive devices.
Join us for another Bosque by wheelchair on November 21.
Bosque Bash 2: Return of the Living Bosque (12/7/14)
Our 2nd annual Bosque Bash. Held again at Tortuga Gallery and featuring Cali Shaw, Sage and Jared’s Happy Gland Band, Throw the Temple, and Sweet Spot. And of course the one and only 9-year-old Flamenco sensation Zen Menendez.
Check out all the great music from the Bash at Busking for the Bosque.
Our Big Bosque Benefit Bash (12/8/13)
The Bash was put on by mim.fm and the Bosque Action Team. Held at Tortuga Gallery and featuring Le Chat Lunatique, Sage and Jared’s Happy Gland Band, Strange Magic, featuring Javier Romero, and Fukien Ministers, the event raised over $1000 to benefit efforts to protect the Bosque.
Dia De Los Muertos (11/3/13)
Action team member Sandria Cooked worked with the Bosquitos to paint cardboard images of bosque animals , abstract on one side, skeletal on the other side representing the fine line between life and death that our urban wild place confronts, especially given the Mayor’s Plan. The group was awarded best political message by the parade.
Letter Delivery to the Mayor (9/19/13)
Lead by OLÉ, members of the Bosque Action Team, delivered thousands of letters that were collected the previous day at our Community Meeting on the Mayor’s flawed plan for the Bosque. The meeting requested by the group was never granted.
Community Meeting on the Mayor's Flawed Plan for the Bosque (9/18/13)
After 400 people showed up at the first public hearing on the Bosque, the mayor did not want to again call attention to his controversial plan three weeks before the election, and the city cancelled the second public meeting scheduled for Sept. 18. The Bosque Action Team held a community meeting instead generating hundreds of letters which were delivered to the mayor’s office the next day.
First Public Hearing (9/4/13)
An astonishing 400 citizens showed up to this Public Hearing on Mayor Berry's plans for the bosque. An overwhelming majority called on the mayor and his planners to abandon plans for development between the levees.
To Bosque with Love (7/13/13)
Dozens of Bosque supporters gathered at the Botts Memorial Hall Special Collections Library to celebrate the bosque's natural beauty with poetry, art, photography and music at the To the Bosque, With Love letter-writing party!