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2011 NMAM Annual Meeting: Cultural Crossroads
Farmington, at the heart of the Four Corners, is a city steeped in ancient history that is a contemporary hub for tourism, recreation, commerce, and the arts. The Navajos call this area Totah, the meeting place of the waters where the Animas, San Juan, and La Plata rivers converge.
Local attractions include the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park; Salmon Ruins--one of the largest outlying colonies of Chaco Canyon; and the Riverside Nature Center along the Animas, overlooking a wetland replete with wildlife. If you plan to stay a day or two before or after the conference there are multiple opportunities: fly fish in the San Juan River, hike in the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness, explore the network of Ancestral Puebloan sites that dot the region, or take in Shiprock Pinnacle at sunset.
The Annual Conference kicks off with a Welcoming Reception on Wednesday, November 2 at the Farmington Museum. The remainder of the conference, including dinners and events, is concentrated in the host hotel--Farmington Inn & Suites (formerly Best Western).
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