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Washington, D.C. - The Bureau of Land Management announced today that it will use state and regional data and maps to help it identify wildlife corridors and crucial habitat in future land-use planning and management efforts. The maps will be available for the BLM to use as a result of the Western Wildlife Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool, known as "CHAT", an initiative of the Western Governors' Association. In 2009, the Departments of the Interior, Agriculture and Energy signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Western Governors' Association regarding coordination among federal agencies and states in the identification and uniform mapping of wildlife corridors and crucial habitat. Information developed through the CHAT will facilitate an organized and comprehensive approach to obtaining wildlife-related data and maps by the BLM and other federal agencies. A West-wide CHAT is expected to be available in 2013.
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Technical Announcement on Water Quality Studies of Southwest Basin-fill Aquifers - October 5, 2011
Recent studies by the National Water-Quality Assessment Program improve our understanding of the hydrogeology and groundwater quality of unconsolidated basin-fill aquifers in the arid to semiarid Southwest, and of the natural and human factors that affect the water quality in these aquifers.
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Training opportunity THIS SATURDAY, June 10th!! Home hazard assessment training and woodland restoration workshop!
Join Krys Nystrom of the Wildfire Network, Jan-Willem Jansens of Ecotone Landscape Planning, and Zander Evans of the Forest Stewards Guild for a wildfire home hazard risk assessment training and tour of a woodland restoration project in the Wildland Urban Interface. The training will take place at a private residence and to limit parking issues we will be meeting at 9:45 am the Atalaya Lower Trailhead parking lot off of Camino de Cruz Blanca in the St. John's College parking lot. To find out more about the event please call Zander Evans at 505-603-2550 or
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File PDF document Tamarisk Leaf Beetle: what it means to you and our rivers
Special presentation by Tamarisk Coalition on tamarisk leaf beetles in the Colorado River system. San Juan College, October 7, 2010.
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from National Geographic News Watch, April 29, 2014
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File Laura Paskus - RWP: Emerging Issues
Audio file
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The fast-growing field of “citizen science” is a proven way for local residents—young and old—to build direct connections to their environment and help professional scientists conduct essential research.
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File image/x-icon Laura Paskus - RWP: Emerging Issues [Covering Climate in New Mexico]
PowerPoint presentation; audio file
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2012 New Mexico Watershed Forum Applications Available
Planning Committee seeks ideas, local hosts
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Governor Susana Martinez Announces New Statewide Wildfire E-Mail Notification System, Asks New Mexico Families To Sign Up To Host Fire Evacuees
Today, Governor Susana Martinez joined Housing for Emergency Evacuated and Displaced (HEED) Founder Kristin Derr, Mayor Richard J. Berry, and New Mexico State Forester Tony Delfin at the Rio Grande Nature Center in Albuquerque to discuss ways in which New Mexicans can help evacuated families and receive information about fire activity during this wildfire season.
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