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About the Greater Rio Grande Watershed Alliance
An introduction to the Greater Rio Grande Watershed Alliance's purpose and history
Burro Cienega
The goals of the Burro Cienaga watershed stakeholder group are to: mitigate further degradation of the watershed; restore and preserve the watershed in order to recapture its historic functions; and expand the wetlands within the watershed in order to magnify and sustain the role wildlife, ranching, and recreation play in the local community.
Watershed Planning Groups
A list of groups working on water quality issues in New Mexico, maintained by the New Mexico Environment Department.
San Juan Watershed Group Newsletter, January 2013
The San Juan Watershed Group has released it's January 2013 newsletter.
Citizens Watershed Monitoring Team
We're people of northern New Mexico, living in and around the upper Pecos and Canadian River watersheds. A nonprofit organization of young, old and in-between, students and retired people, office workers, engineers and wildlife professionals -- all concerned about the land. Government and private landowners need good information on which to base their decisions for the long-term health of the environment. We do ecological monitoring to help fill that gap. Monitoring is done by community members under the direction of professionals.
Colorado Forest Restoration Institute
The mission of the Colorado Forest Restoration Institute (CFRI) is to enhance the capacities of Colorado's land managers, landowners, collaborative forest health partnerships, and communities to mitigate forest wildfire risk to communities and improve forest resilience.
Western Governors' Association
Serving the governors of 19 states on a wide range of topics including Forest Health & Wildlife and Water Strategies
Ecological Restoration Institute
The ERI is nationally recognized for mobilizing the unique assets of a university to help solve the problem of unnaturally severe wildfire and degraded forest health in the region. The ERI works to help land management agencies and communities by providing comprehensive focused studies, monitoring and evaluation research, and technical support.
New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute
NMFWRI is a statewide effort that engages government agencies, academic and research institutions, land managers, and the interested public in the areas of forest and watershed management.
Surf Your Watershed
Locate your watershed and then simply click on the first link, “citizen-based groups at work in this watershed,” to find a listing of organizations that are working to protect water quality.
New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps Program Information
New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps Program Information
San Juan Watershed Group Newsletter, January 2013 (PDF)
The San Juan Watershed Group has released it's January 2013 newsletter.
Rio and Forest Advisory Board Roster
June 2013 roster of advisory board members
Hermit's Peak Watershed Alliance
Shared work space for the Hermit's Peak Watershed Alliance
Map1 Priority Project Area Watershed Map (March 2015 )
Map 1: March 2015 Priority Project Area Watershed map shows the group's current Priority Project Area with Watershed HUC 8 (labeled), HUC 10 (not labeled), HUC 12 (labeled), Surface ownership (corrected version by Gila NF); Gila NF Priority Landscape, Grant Co 911 Roads layer; Tiger 2010 surface water (streams and waterbodies), GNIS Populated places, Shaded Relief image beneath all; some place names are labeled. 24"x 36" (D size), landscape, pdf
Map 2 Completed and Planned Projects by Land Ownership within Priority Project Area
Displays currently available vegetation treatment (planned and completed) project data from various sources, along with the group's April 2015 focus area, surface ownership, HUC 8, 10 and 12, HUC 10 labeled, Gila NF fire history, Gila NF FACTS activities, topographic basemap. 24"x 36" landscape orientation, exported from ArcMap 10.2.2 as pdf at 100 dots per inch.
Map 3 Pinos Altos Silver City Focus Area
Includes Focus Area boundary provided by Fabian Montaño (Gila National Forest), Surface ownership, Watershed bounds with HUC 12 (6th code) layer labeled, group's March 2015 Priority Area, background topographic basemap from ArcGIS Online server. 24" x 36" landscape orientation map, exported as pdf @100 dpi from ArcMap 10.2.2 mxd.
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