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File CG38 HO - Collaborative Groups Revised 180109
Spreadsheet of Collaborative Groups, Partners, and Projects working on forest and watershed management in New Mexico
Located in Groups / Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group / Public Collaborative Group Folder
File About the Greater Rio Grande Watershed Alliance
An introduction to the Greater Rio Grande Watershed Alliance's purpose and history
Located in Groups / / Public Information and Resources / GRGWA Documents
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.
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File Pascal source code Watershed Coordinator Position - San Juan Watershed Group
San Juan Watershed Group is seeking a Watershed Coordinator to plan, seek funding for, and implement projects to improve water quality in the San Juan, Animas and La Plata Rivers.
Located in Library / Announcements Inbox
A list of groups working on water quality issues in New Mexico, maintained by the New Mexico Environment Department.
Located in Library
San Juan Watershed Group Newsletter, January 2013
The San Juan Watershed Group has released it's January 2013 newsletter.
Located in Library / News and Events Inbox
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.
Located in Library / General Library Holdings
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.
Located in Library / General Library Holdings
Serving the governors of 19 states on a wide range of topics including Forest Health & Wildlife and Water Strategies
Located in Library / General Library Holdings
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.
Located in Library / General Library Holdings