The Haiku Pathway at Santa Fe Community College was conceived and curated by Miriam Sagan, and physically created by Christy Hengst with assistance of Sam Macfarlane. Each high-fired "stone" has one Haiku on it by a poet associated with New Mexico.
The Haiku Stones are permanently installed in the central courtyard of the College, lining sidewalks and pathways, and in one area, appearing as a fairy ring of Haiku mushrooms around a tree.
The project was sponsored by the SFCC Foundation's Art on Campus Program, and supported by the Witter Bynner Foundation for Poetry.
The Haiku Trail at the Randall Davey Audubon Center in Santa Fe was organized and curated by Miriam Sagan and Stella Reed, and physically created by Christy Hengst with assistance of Shelley Jones. The trail meanders along the central pathways, orchards. and gardens, of the Audubon Center, and consists of haikus by 24 poets on hanging stoneware plaques.