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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
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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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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File PDF document River, Acequia and Shallow Groundwater Interactions
Until recently, surface water and groundwater have been treated separately in most research and management situations. However, research from around the world is beginning to show the important interactions between surface water and shallow groundwater. Along irrigated cropland corridors between irrigation ditches and rivers, these interactions yield potential water quantity and water quality benefits.
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File PDF document Berry's Call to the River
A businessman and former state legislator, Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry may seem an unlikely advocate for the Rio Grande. But with a new proposal in hand-and a personal commitment to make the river a part of his daily life-the Republican mayor is making waves.
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File PDF document Keeping Water in Traditional Communities
There's a movement afoot in the acequia community to keep water flowing for traditional uses. While it doesn't necessarily relate to environmental flows, the environmental community may find inspiration-or at the very least, better understand rural communities, the challenges they face, and their attempts at protecting the waters flowing through acequias and ditches.
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File PDF document Reconnecting the Pecos River
During the early part of the 20th century, the Pecos River had been channelized to create ponds that would attract waterfowl. Barricaded behind a wall of invasive salt cedar, the Pecos had also become disconnected from the plains through which it flows.
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File PDF document What's New for River Restoration in NM?
The River Ecosystem Restoration Initiative Reports on developments in river restoration in New Mexico.
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