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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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File PDF document Hanging in the Balance: Why Our Rivers Need Water and Why We Need Healthy Rivers (Audobon NM)
In June, Audubon New Mexico completed a reader-friendly brochure on environmental flows restoration. Titled "Hanging in the Balance: Why our rivers need water and why we need healthy rivers," it includes information on environmental flows, the economic benefits of health rivers to New Mexico, and an overview on a recent EPA-funded study about which rivers in the state are most in need of environmental flows restoration. The brochure also details two collaborative projects currently underway as well as recommendations for restoring elements of natural flow patterns to New Mexico's rivers.
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File PDF document Environment Department Requests Public Comment on Changes to Surface Water Quality Standards for Nichols and McClure Reservoirs and the Santa Fe River
The New Mexico Environment Department requests public comment on a proposal to amend surface water quality standards for Nichols and McClure Reservoirs and the Santa Fe River from Nichols Reservoir to Cochiti Pueblo. The public comment period will close on September 28, 2012.
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Notice of a 45-day public comment period-New Mexico Environment department Surface Water Quality Bureau
This is a notice of a 45 day period for the public to address questions and concerns about the New Mexico clean water act
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Bernalillo County Commission Approves Fireworks Restrictions
At tonight’s commission meeting, the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners approved a ban on certain fireworks in the unincorporated areas of the county.
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Public Notice: 2015-2016 Water Quality Monitoring Pre-Survey Meetings - Canadian and Dry Cimarron Watersheds
The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Surface Water Quality Bureau (SWQB) is seeking public input on planning for a surface water quality study of the Canadian and Dry Cimarron watersheds.
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Bureau of Reclamation, NM Interstate Stream Commission begin planning phase for NM Unit of Central Arizona Project
public notice re: 8 upcoming scoping meetings starting July 12, 2018. Comments due July 20.
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