The ABQ BioPark Conservation Committee is comprised of environmentally minded staff from the Zoo, Aquarium, Tingley Beach and Botanic Garden. The committee meets once a month to discuss conservation initiatives related to the ABQ BioPark. Six subcommittees focus on education, operations, in-situ conservation, policy advocacy, community engagement and in-house conservation.
Some of the initiatives made possible through the Conservation Committee include:
- Educational Science Cafes at local breweries
- Partnerships with other organizations to work with the New Mexico national Congressional delegation on supporting anti-wildlife trafficking policies
- Wildlife tracking camera project in the Manzano Mountains
- In-house produce swaps
- Monthly in-house eNews