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New Mexico Watershed Forum “From Mountaintop to River Bottom: Teaming up for Healthy Watersheds.”

When Sep 28, 2010 08:30 AM to
Sep 30, 2010 05:30 PM
Where Uptown Marriott in Albuquerque
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Teaming Up for

Healthy Watersheds

From the upper snowcapped peaks down to the agricultural fields and bosque floodplains, maintaining and improving the health of New Mexico's watersheds requires collaboration between individuals and groups.  Please join us for the second New Mexico Watershed Forum at the Uptown Marriott in Albuquerque from September 28th-30th.  Plenary sessions, workshops, and field trips over the course of three days will offer opportunities to examine and build upon the cooperative relationships that have led to successful watershed-based planning and restoration.

This statewide Forum aims to gather watershed professionals and group leaders, Tribe and Pueblo leaders, volunteers, contractors, soil and watershed conservation districts, students and faculty, and local, state, and federal agencies interested in improving the health of watersheds.  All are welcome to attend and share their experiences.

Keynote Speakers

Jack Loeffler and Bob Parmenter will be speaking at the Forum on the first and second day respectively.  Summaries of their presentations will be made available in early August when Forum schedule is announced.  Until then, more information on Mr. Loeffler and Mr. Parmenter can be found by clicking here.

Advertising Opportunities

Advertise your business or organization in the New Mexico Watershed Forum program.  For more information on ad space and costs, please click here.


Online registration for the Forum has opened.  The early-bird Forum registration cost is $130 for applicants that pay by September 6th.  Registration costs or payment received after September 6th will be $150.  The first time you visit the registration page you will be prompted to create a username and password.  Creating a username and password does not require that you register or pay for the Forum at this time.  The username and password is intended as a security measure to allow return visitors to check on personal payment status if they have registered.  More information on Forum costs, the location, and directions can be found by clicking on Registration and Lodging.

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