Adopt and Open Space

Help assess, report and maintain Santa Fe County Open Spaces and Trails. Provide an example of the impact of community involvement on public lands and to illustrate the importance and need of volunteer efforts across Santa Fe County. Get Involved and help create awareness within our community. Adopt a property and become a Steward!

Who Can Adopt an Open Space?
Individuals, private businesses, schools, community groups, churches and non-profit organizations can participate!

How to Adopt!
Contact Carol Branch at 505-992-3053 or
[bot protected email address]

Adopt An Open Space Information Packet »

ID

Property

Facility Type

Assigned Steward

1

Arroyo de la Piedra Open Space

Open Space

Peter Olsen

2

Arroyo Hondo Open Space

Open Space

Dr. Bill Johnson 

10

Little Tesuque Creek Open Space

Open Space

The Master’s Program Charter High School 

15

Ortiz Mountains Educational Preserve

Open Space

Santa Fe Botanical Garden

16

Rio en Medio Open Space

Open Space

Elise & Tylor Pardue 

18

Santa Fe Rail Trail

Regional Trail

Steve Griego

20

Santa Fe River Greenway

Regional Trail

Santa Fe Watershed

23

Spur Trail

Regional Trail

High Desert Landscape Maintenance

24

Talaya Hill Open Space

Open Space

 

27

Romero Park

Park

 

29

Stanley Community Park

Park

 

35

Galisteo Community Park

Park

 

36

Burro Lane Park

Park

 

38

La Puebla Park

Park

Martha Quintana

40

Rio en Medio Park

Park

 

43

Cerrillos Park

Park

Todd Brown