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5th Annual Cross-Watershed Network (XWN) Workshop

Save the Date: April 4-5, 2018. Hosted by Save Our Bosque Task Force in Socorro, NM

Join us for the 5th Annual XWN Workshop April 4th and 5th hosted by the Save Our Bosque Task Force
Join us this year in New Mexico for the 5th Annual Cross-Watershed Network (XWN) workshop, where watershed practitioners come together from across the Southwest to share lessons and collaboratively problem solve on a variety of watershed management topics! 

Pre-register today!
By filling out this brief survey, you not only secure your discounted spot at the 2018 workshop, but you also help us to focus in on priority topics. 

What topics do you want to make sure we cover this year? Community engagement in rural communities? Post-fire riparian rehabilitation? Setting common visions for long term success? Let us know! We depend on your input to put together timely, relevant topics for lesson-sharing sessions. 

Preregister here!
About the Save Our Bosque Task Force

"Bosque" means "forest" in Spanish.  In New Mexico, "bosque" refers to the forested areas along rivers and streams.  SOBTF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works to preserve, protect, and enhance the Rio Grande river in Socorro County, NM.  
Some of their projects include recreational site development, habitat restoration, invasive plant removal, native plant re-establishment, research and monitoring, environmental education, and community outreach!
Call for sponsors! 
Did you know that last year XWN provided travel assistance scholarships to nine attendees? These scholarship funds ensure that participants from all walks of life benefit from this unique opportunity to share lessons and build connections with peers from other watersheds. Interested in sponsoring a practitioner's travel costs? 
Meet Rae!

XWN's new Americorps VISTA!  Rae has been working seasonally in the West for the past two years after graduating from The College of William and Mary in 2015.  Rae spent this past summer monitoring streams in southwestern CO for the BLM. She is excited to join the XWN team in Grand Junction and to create opportunities for cross-boundary collaboration. Welcome Rae to the team!
Greetings from Phoenix!
2017 Steering Committee Retreat

This exciting group of individuals met last week to discuss program development and future goals.  There was good food, productive conversation, and excellent company. We are looking forward to next year!   
Our steering committee is the collaborative governing body of the network made up of practitioners like you working in watersheds across the Southwest. Contact to learn more about how you can be a part of the governance of XWN. 
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