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Rocky Mountain Research Station, Dec. 2014
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Final Report Submitted to Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Regional Office,WaterSMART Program for the Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative, Applied Science Program, Feb. 2014. Douglas C. Andreson
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File PDF document Tamarisk Leaf Beetle Distribution Map 2012
The yearly tamarisk leaf beetle distribution map is a result of monitoring partners from seven states and a multitude of funding sources.
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New Video! Farms are the Future in New Mexico
new video about people working to protect wildlife-friendly farmland in the Middle Rio Grande
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
File US Army Corps of Engineers’ Albuquerque District Restores Rio Grande Ecosystems with River Engineering
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A partnership project between Western Landowners Alliance and Montana State University graduate program in Science and Natural History Film, this series highlights excellence and innovation in stewardship by landowners who share a deep commitment to both land and community.
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Video from Intermountain West Joint Venture
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File Upper Gila Riparian Restoration
Re-establishing Native Habitat on the Upper Gila River of Arizona for Southwestern Willow Flycatcher & Western Yellow-Billed Cuckoo.
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The Middle Rio Grande is a precious thread of water through the desert. Here, the migratory bird flyway narrows into a small corridor along this river because it becomes practically the only water source for thousands of miles, east and west. Conservation partners in the Middle Rio Grande know that every square mile of the river is important for wildlife, especially birds. Landowners, non-governmental organizations, federal and state agencies, tribes, and others are all crucial advocates here. Watch this short video to hear directly from a diverse coalition of people who are working together to keep the Middle Rio Grand intact.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
Story and photos by Sarah Keller for the Intermountain West Joint Venture, March 2017
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