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Position opening - Minnesota State Forester
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is seeking an experienced executive to lead its Division of Forestry. The role of the Director is to serve as a member of the Senior Management Team of the Department assuring interdisciplinary coordination in forest policy development and implementation to support the DNR mission. Qualified candidates will have successfully managed a large, complex organization; set and implemented a vision and strategic direction; and served as a member of an executive level team.
Teaching Kids About Water Conservation
A great collection of water conservation resources for educators. Most links provide access to many more educational tools and websites.
EPA position vacancy: Director, Ground Water and Ecosystem Restoration Division
EPA is seeking candidates for the Director of its Ground Water and Ecosystem Restoration Division of the National Risk Management Research Lab located in Ada, Oklahoma. This division employs about 100 EPA scientists, staff, and contractors dedicated to conducting applied environmental research.
Earth Works Institute Newsletter
October 2011 Newsletter
Water Policy Coordinator - closes 11/7/11
Natural Resource Specialist 4, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Water Quantity/Quality Section in Salem, OR
Opening for Water Resources Engineer - closes 11/6/11
Center for Watershed Protection, Ellicott City, MD
Project Manager position, Sacramento CA
Hydrologist/Geomorphologist/Civil Engineer
Hydrologist/Programmer position - deadline 11/11/11
Position Opening: Hydrologist/Programmer Position Location: Western States Water Council (WSWC), 5296 South Commerce Drive, Suite 202 / Murray, UT 84107 Closing Date: November 11, 2011 Contact for more information: Cheryl Redding, 801-685-2555, or see the WSWC web site:, or the Western Governors’ Association (WGA) web site
Managing Changing Landscapes in the Southwestern United States - Supporting Information
Supplement to January 2011 publication by The Nature Conservancy: Managing Changing Landscapes in the Southwestern United States
Managing Changing Landscapes in the Southwestern United States
This regional assessment examines the impacts of temperature change from 1951-2006 on natural resources in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. It documents that warming has already affected habitats, watersheds, and species in the Southwest, by influencing the timing of seasonal events or amplifying the impacts of natural disturbances such as wildfire and drought. The report concludes that to begin adapting to climate change, natural resource managers should reevaluate the effectiveness of current restoration tools, modify resource objectives, learn from climate-smart adaptive management and monitoring, and share information across boundaries.
Alteration of Streamflow Magnitudes and Potential Ecological Consequences: a Multiregional Assessment
The study appeared October 25 in the online version of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, a journal of the Ecological Society of America.
Why Rivers Need to Flow - High and Low - Again
Posted by Sandra Postel of National Geographic's Freshwater Initiative December 1, 2010
Watershed Planning Groups
A list of groups working on water quality issues in New Mexico, maintained by the New Mexico Environment Department.
Four openings at NM Office of the State Engineer/Interstate Stream Commission - applications due 9/26 & 9/28/11
The New Mexico Office of the State Engineer/Interstate Stream Commission is advertising the 4 positions listed below. Applications are processed through the State Personnel Office.
Firewise – website with resources for and about Firewise communities by the National Fire Protection Association
About the Firewise Communities Program Brush, grass or forest fires don’t have to be disasters. The National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) Firewise Communities program encourages local solutions for wildfire safety by involving homeowners, community leaders, planners, developers, firefighters, and others in the effort to protect people and property from wildfire risks.
Living With Fire – a publication produced specifically for NM communities
A homeowners guide to living with fire.
Fire Prevention Tips for the outdoors
What do the words “forest and watershed health” mean to you? Not long ago, the health of our forests and water was not a concern for most citizens. But, after several years of drought, highly visible insect and disease devastation and an overall increase in the knowledge of our natural resources, New Mexicans are concerned about our forests and watershed health. We, at New Mexico State Forestry are responsible for wildfire suppression on all non-federal, non-municipal, non-tribal and non-pueblo lands. We also provide technical advice on forest and resource management to private landowners, and may include a commercial timber harvest to enhance wildlife habitat, increase water yield, reduce the hazard of insect infestation, diseases or fire.
Fire Safety Planning for Your Home
What do the words “forest and watershed health” mean to you? Not long ago, the health of our forests and water was not a concern for most citizens. But, after several years of drought, highly visible insect and disease devastation and an overall increase in the knowledge of our natural resources, New Mexicans are concerned about our forests and watershed health. We, at New Mexico State Forestry are responsible for wildfire suppression on all non-federal, non-municipal, non-tribal and non-pueblo lands. We also provide technical advice on forest and resource management to private landowners, and may include a commercial timber harvest to enhance wildlife habitat, increase water yield, reduce the hazard of insect infestation, diseases or fire.
NM Forestry Divison - website with information about wildfire protection and prevention
We, at New Mexico State Forestry are responsible for wildfire suppression on all non-federal, non-municipal, non-tribal and non-pueblo lands. We also provide technical advice on forest and resource management to private landowners, and may include a commercial timber harvest to enhance wildlife habitat, increase water yield, reduce the hazard of insect infestation, diseases or fire.
NM Fire News for latest information about closures and fire restriction in New Mexico
Public Lands Interpretive Association initiated the Public Lands Information Center project in response to demand for a single source of information about recreation and land use on all public lands in a state, regardless of managing agency. We realize that when you have a destination or an activity in mind, your concern is to find out where to go, when to go, what to do, and how much it will cost. But up until now, getting those answers often meant an endless goose chase of contacting government agencies and trying to pinpoint the correct agency, department, or office. The Public Lands Information Center was developed to cut the red tape for you. We offer all you need to know about visitor facilities, surrounding areas, appropriate maps and guides, and the rules and regulations for each area. If you need more information than you get from the site descriptions, check our bookstore, our link pages, or email our staff. If you need to contact the managing agency for additional permits or licenses, we can put you in touch with the right person, and save you time and headaches.
InciWeb for additional information on wildfires in other western states
InciWeb is an interagency all-risk incident information management system. The system was developed with two primary missions: 1.Provide the public a single source of incident related information 2.Provide a standardized reporting tool for the Public Affairs community A number of supporting systems automate the delivery of incident information to remote sources. This ensures that the information regarding active incidents is consistent, and the delivery is timely.
Southwest Coordination Center for Wildfire information for New Mexico and Arizona
The Southwest Area (SWA) is one of eleven Geographic Areas across the United States and Alaska. It is established to manage collaboratively wildland fire and other incident management activities throughout the States of Arizona and New Mexico, and the Federal units located in the western parts of Oklahoma and Texas to the 100th meridian. Primary cooperating Federal and State Agencies in the Southwest Area include the USDA Forest Service, USDI Bureau of Land Management, USDI National Park Service, USDI Bureau of Indian Affairs, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, State of Arizona (Arizona State Land Department), and the State of New Mexico (Division of Forestry).
Request for Proposals - Invasive Plant Management in Forested Areas
The RFP and application form for the 2012 New Mexico Invasive Plants program can be accessed at the link below. Applications are due October 3, 2011 by 4:00pm. Contact is: Shannon Atencio, Timber Management Officer, New Mexico State Forestry Las Vegas District Office. (505) 425-7472 / cell (505) 617-0103.
We are seeking an individual interested in natural resource management, stewardship and community involvement. The position will assist CCFEG/TU develop and implement fishery restoration and water acquisition projects. In addition, the position will conduct outreach, help develop an environmental education program and build membership programs. CCFEG/TU are collaborating on four primary project areas: 1) Salmon in the Classroom, 2) General Education/Outreach/Membership Development, 3) Nutrient Enhancement Study and 4) Restoration Projects.
Criteria and Instructions to States 2012 Western Wildland Urban Interface Grant Program
Criteria and Instructions to States 2012 Western Wildland Urban Interface Grant Program pdf
Biochar Research at Colorado State University
What is Biochar? Is there a potential market for this woody biomass residue from forest product manufacturing operations? Read about the latest research from Colorado State University and Colorado State Forest Service’s Utilization and Marketing Program.
Soil Training Program- Making More with Microbes (Los Lunas, NM, from Mar 21, 2011 09:00 AM to Mar 24, 2011 04:30 PM)
Whether you are a cattle rancher, small, medium or large scale farmer, this seminar will help you unearth the potential of your land. You’ll learn valuable tools and techniques to help you turn your soil into rich and fertile ground through composting, creating composting tea, and by gaining a better understanding of the basics of soil microbiology.
NM Fire Info for current information on wildfires in New Mexico
This website is an interagency effort by federal and state agencies in New Mexico to provide timely, accurate fire and restriction information for the entire state. The agencies that support this site are National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, State of New Mexico, Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management. This site will be updated as often as new information is available from the Southwest Coordination Center, individual forests, national parks, state lands, tribal ands and BLM offices. Our aim is to provide one website where the best available information and links related to fire and restrictions can be accessed.
More than Three-Quarters of Americans Don’t Know Where Their Water Comes From
Nature Conservancy Poll Illustrates Disconnect Between People and Nature
The Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Collaborative Program MRGESCP Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Annual Report Now Available
The Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Collaborative Program (MRGESCP) Fiscal Year (FY) 2008 and FY2009 Annual Report provides information on the MRGESCP’s finances and accomplishments for the timeframe from October 2007 to September 2009.
Simulating fuel treatment effects in dry forests of the western United States: testing the principles of a fire-safe forest
New USFS study shows that the United States can minimize the risk of severe wildfires in dry western forests by thinning them to no more than 100 trees per acre. The full article by Pacific Northwest Research Station and University of Washington scientists is available at:
Burning Issues – Summer 2011 Edition
Read about this year’s fire season, news from the National Interagency Fire Center, what’s a “megafire” and more at:
Funding Opportunity - Tribal Wildlife Grants
Deadline is 9/2/11
Job Opening - Range Management Specialist
Position with NRCS in Douglas, Arizona, closes 8/29/11.
Learn How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint & Volunteer to Train Others to Do the Same
A free program! See attachment for details. Send H2O Postings to:
NM Prescribed Fire Council Meeting (Albuquerque Fire Department's Fire Academy (see link for directions), from Oct 21, 2010 09:00 AM to Oct 21, 2010 12:00 PM)
The first meeting of the New Mexico Prescribed Fire Council is October 21, 2010 in Albuquerque, NM. The Council strives to make the use of prescribed fire safer and more accepted for all practitioners. See link for more details.
Watershed Sciences Internship Announcement:
Watershed Sciences is in search of a student for one part-time office internship, who is willing to commit 15-20 hours/week. Hourly wage will be commensurate with education and work experience. Remote Sensing Technician Corvallis, OR Closes 8/5/2011
Full-Time, Junior-Level Hydrogeologist
The CH2M HILL Redding California office has an immediate opening for a full-time, junior-level hydrogeologist.
State Fire Assistance Grant Application
State Fire Assistance Grant Application form pdf
2012 Western Wildland Urban Interface Grants - proposals due 8/12/11
The New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD), Forestry Division (Division) is issuing a Request for Applications for the implementation of the 2012 Western Wildland Urban Interface Grant program that will reduce the fire threat to New Mexico’s communities. The Division is soliciting Applications from counties, municipalities, soil and water conservation districts, and tribes that are surrounded by hazardous forest fuels, which pose a threat in the event of a wildland fire.
State Urban & Community Forestry Program Manager - apply by 8/18/11
The Urban & Community Forestry (U&CF) Program Manager embraces statewide responsibilities. Serves as state representative for United States Forest Service (USFS) Region 3 on the Western Forestry Leadership Coalition (WFLC) Urban & Community Forestry Committee. Duties Include - Initiates a State U&CF Program Strategic Plan, at least every five (5) years -Writes and administers the Professional Services Contract (PSA) for the statewide Volunteer Coordinator Contractor (currently Tree New Mexico) -Leads the New Mexico Urban Forest Council (NMUFC) -Manages the New Mexico State Big Tree Program; the New Mexico Forest Re-Leaf Program -Leads the Tree Planting Advisory Committee (TPAC) and the statewide Back yard Tree Farm Program -Represents and promotes the direction, philosophy, and strategic plan elements of the EMNRD Forestry Division. Agency contact for this position is: Andrew Frederick, State Timber Management Officer (505) 476-3343
Bernalillo County Open Space - East Mountain Interpretive Series, 2011
Land Grants and the History of the East Mountains
Cascade Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group (CCFEG) in partnership with the Washington Water Project of Trout Unlimited (TU) is seeking a qualified and motivated person, to serve as WATERSHED STEWARD, who will help advance the mission of these organizations through several collaborative projects
HUD and EPA Announce Three Grant Opportunities
The Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities (OSHC) administers three grant programs that help communities around the country achieve its mission of creating strong, sustainable communities by connecting housing to jobs, fostering local innovation, and helping to build a clean energy economy.
Upper San Pedro Program Director
The Nature Conservancy in Arizona
H2OJ: Environmental Compliance Job with City of Santa Fe Public Utilities Department
Recruitment Announcement # 2012-009
Water Quality Citizen Monitoring Coordinator position
Utah State University's Water Quality Extension program is seeking a motivated, well qualified individual to help develop and implement a statewide volunteer citizen water quality monitoring program in Utah. Utah currently has a limited citizen monitoring program, focused primarily on measuring lake transparency and E coli monitoring of beach areas.
Job Announcement: Council Coordinator Luckiamute Watershed Council (LWC)
The Luckiamute Watershed Council (LWC) is seeking an independent contractor to fill our Council Coordinator position. This person will manage the day-to-day affairs of the LWC to ensure that we are meeting the needs of all of our stakeholders, fulfilling the obligations of our existing grants and performing the necessary groundwork to grow and expand as a watershed council. The contract is for a two-year term. The Council Coordinator reports to the LWC Board officers, working closely with the LWC Board members, Outreach Specialist and Project Manager to continue program development, execution and budget compliance to enhance the LWC's capacity and promote their mission.
NEW Fire Ecologist Position Open
General Library Holdings
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Grant Announcement: NM Re-Leaf Program
The New Mexico Centennial Re-Leaf Program is happy to announce that our 2011/2012 Grant Guidelines and Application are now available for download on our website at: (link to the Re-Leaf Program).
Position open: Arizona Urban/Community Forestry Coordinator
To apply for the position, go to and look under Forestry - Land Manager 1.
EPA Program Analyst, Washington DC
Job Announcment for a Program Analyst, GS-0343-14/15, at EPA,Washington DC Metro Area
Two positions open with environmental consulting firm
Stillwater Sciences seeks Lead Geomorphologist and President
Funding Opportunity Announcment - Water SMART Grants
Bureau of Reclamation has released FOAs for three WaterSMART grants: System Optimization Review Grants, Advanced Water Treatment Pilot and Demonstration Project Grants, and Grants to Develop Climate Analysis Tools.
Request for Proposals for On-The-Ground Surface Water Quality Improvement Projects
RFP for On-The-Ground Surface Water Quality Improvement Projects issued 3/4/11 by NM Environment Department, Surface Water Quality Bureau, Watershed Protection Section. A portion of the §319(h) funding awarded to the New Mexico Environment Department in fiscal year 2012 will fund watershed-based initiatives that are most likely to measurably improve water quality in priority waters by 2015 and in the longer term.
Request for Proposals for Watershed-Based Planning Projects
RFP for Watershed-Based Planning Projects issued 3/4/11 by NM Environment Department, Surface Water Quality Bureau, Watershed Protection Section. A portion of the §319(h) funding awarded to the New Mexico Environment Department in fiscal year 2012 will fund stakeholder-driven initiatives to develop watershed-based plans which quantitatively describe sources of nonpoint source pollution, identify management measures to address pollutant loading, quantify the effects that implementation of those management measures would have, and accomplish other planning elements.
NM Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources Free Downloads
Link to publications that are available free of charge from NMBGMR's web site
The Sacramento Mountains Hydrogeology Study: How Geology and Climate Affect our Water Resources
A New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources report on the Sacramento Mountains Hydrogeology Study, an interdisciplinary, collaborative effort to understand the complex hydrology of the southern Sacramento Mountains. The project was conducted under the auspices of the bureau’s ongoing Aquifer Mapping Program, with the cooperation and funding of the Otero Soil and Water Conservation District. From NM Earth Matters, Winter 2011 issue. More information at:
Call For Proposals: Urban Waters Capacity-Building Grants
The goal of the Urban Waters Capacity-Building Grants is to improve our nation’s impaired urban water resources – rivers, lakes, wetlands and more – and the socioeconomically challenged communities around them by providing local organizations, tribal and local governments with the skills and techniques to effectively restore these resources over time.
KYW Poster Files and Links
Folder for files and links for the Know Your Watershed Pop-up Poster on the AAW portal
Invasive Plants and Animals
Web page with information and resources on invasive plants and animals, from the Forest Guild website.
NM Fire Info
The NM Fire Info website is an interagency effort by federal and state agencies in New Mexico to provide timely, accurate fire and restriction information for the entire state. The agencies that support this site are National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, State of New Mexico, Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management. It provides FAQs and resources for New Mexicans living near fire-prone environments, plus current information on wildland fires, prescribed burns, restrictions and closures in the state.
San Francisco Watershed Stewardship Curriculum
From 2009 to 2010, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) funded the design and installation of five rainwater harvesting systems in elementary schools in the San Francisco Unified School District. Each project installed a tank to capture rainwater, removed paved surfaces from the schoolyard to make room for a garden and let rainwater soak into the ground, and used native and edible plants to be irrigated by the on-site rainwater harvesting system. The projects achieve multiple goals: they raise watershed awareness, green the city’s public schools, and keep stormwater out of San Francisco’s combined sewer system. To help schools use rainwater harvesting systems as educational tools, the SFPUC partnered with the San Francisco Green Schoolyard Alliance and funded a Watershed Stewardship Curriculum. The lessons pertain to watershed awareness, green stormwater management, pollution awareness and prevention, and water conservation. All schools in San Francisco that replace schoolyard asphalt with permeable garden space and harvest rainwater for irrigation will find these lessons useful in connecting students to their watersheds. Lessons in this binder can be adapted for kindergarten through 6th grade, and beyond. Download the curriculum and put it to work in your school!
2011 CFRP Request for Applications
The 2011 Collaborative Forest Restoration Program - Request for Applications is now posted online at Applications are due February 28, 2011.
WaterSMART Program Grants Announcements
The Bureau of Reclamation's Water and Energy Efficiency Grant program solicitation is closing 17 February. The grant announcement is available on using funding opportunity number R11SF80303. Reclamation is seeking proposals for projects that seek to conserve and use water more efficiently, increase the use of renewable energy in water management, protect threatened and endangered species, facilitate water markets, and carry out other activities to address climate-related impacts on water or prevent any water-related crisis or conflict. Eligible applicants that may submit proposals for funding are State or Territory agencies or departments with water or power delivery authority, federally recognized Indian Tribes with water or power delivery authority, irrigation and water districts, or other organizations with water or power delivery authority. Applicants must also be located in the Western United States or an authorized Territory. Funding opportunities for System Optimization Review Grants, Advanced Water Treatment Pilot and Demonstration Grants, and Research Grants will be announced in early 2011. The WaterSMART (Sustain and Manage America's Resources for Tomorrow) program is intended to address the most significant challenges facing our water supplies in the 21st century, including population growth, climate change, rising energy demands, environmental needs, and aging infrastructure. To learn more about the WaterSMART program please visit
Arizona Senior Water Policy Advisor
WRA seeks an experienced professional to lead our municipal water policy and conservation efforts in Arizona. The senior advisor will work primarily through WRA’s Smart Water Project that pursues creative and sustainable solutions for meeting growing human water demands in ways that minimize impacts to western rivers and watersheds. Salary is competitive with regional non-profit organizations, with excellent benefits.
New Mexico Watershed and Dam Owners Coalition Spring Workshop
The Spring Workshop and General Membership Meeting for the New Mexico Watershed and Dam Owners Coalition (NMWDOC) will be held on Monday, April 25th and Tuesday, April 26th in Albuquerque at the Marriot Pyramid
Rivers at the Roundhouse
Celebration of New Mexico's rivers at the State Capitol, 3/16/11
2011 CARE grants Request for Proposals
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is making approximately $2 million available in 2011 to reduce pollution at the local level through the Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) program. CARE is a community-based program that works with county and local governments, tribes, non-profit organizations and universities to help the public understand and reduce toxic risks from numerous sources. For more information about the CARE assistance agreements and the webcasts visit:
RFP for Small Log Conference Scholarship
This scholarship opportunity is made available by the Southwest Sustainable Forests Partnership for attendence at the Small Log Conference March 23-25, 2011 in Coeur d’Alene, ID. Please contact David Newlin, SWSFP’s AZ Coordinator, at (928) 524-6063 ext.5 should you have any questions. Also, please see the new and improved Southwest Sustainable Forests Partnership website at
Watershed Development Coordinator – AmeriCorpsVISTA
The Gila Resources Information Project (GRIP) is seeking to fill a one-year position for a Watershed Development Coordinator. This position is through the Western Hardrock Watershed Team AmeriCorps OSM/VISTA program. GRIP is a non-profit environmental organization that works to promote community health by protecting our environment and natural resources in southwestern New Mexico.
Bureau of Reclamation Hydologist/Civil engineer, Albuquerque
A new vacancy announcement has been posted for a Civil Engineer (Hydraulic), GS-810 or Hydrologist, G1315 at the Albuquerque Area Office, Albuquerque NM. The selectee will be placed in the series which reflects their qualifications. The position is advertised as GS-11 with full performance level GS-12. The vacancy is open to all U.S. citizens and Nationals. The vacancy number is BR-UC-2010-45 (DE-LMA) which opened November 25, 2010, and will close December 15, 2010.
Assistand Professor Environmental Science and Management, Portland State University
Assistant Professor: Environmental Science and Management The Environmental Science and Management (ESM) Program at Portland State University (PSU) invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Management, with specialization in aquatic ecology/limnology. Expertise in food webs, toxic algae, invasive species, quantitative methods, or modeling is preferred. Candidates are expected to demonstrate a strong record of extramural funding in their area of specialization. Post-doctoral experience is desirable. The successful candidate is expected to work collaboratively and across disciplines within the School of Environment ( to pursue an active program of scholarly research, publication, and external grant funding. Candidates must possess a PhD degree and be committed to both environmental research and teaching general science through graduate level courses in environmental science. For specific application information, visit: Application review begins January 15, 2011 and applications will be accepted until finalists have been identified. PSU is an AA/EO institution and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity.
URGWOM Project Manager position, US Army Corps of Engineers Albuquerque District.
Please distribute this announcement for the URGWOM Project Manager position at the Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District. I am also pleased to report that the vacancy announcement for a Project Manager position (GS-0801-12, GS-0810-12, GS-1315-12) in Reservoir Control Branch, Operations Division, has hit the streets as well. This vacancy announcement (both merit and DEU) will close on Monday, 6 Dec 2010, and is posted on USA jobs (WTKC10SH647680 (Status) or WTKC10SH647680D (Public)) for applicants to self nominate for the position. The announcement is interdisciplinary with listings under Project Manager, Civil Engineer and Hydrologist. We are seeking a full-time PM to provide expert project management for water resources projects including the continued research and development of the Upper Rio Grande Water Operations Models and other model development in support of water operations and forecasting. Organizational skills, the ability to be a team player, and excellent communication skills are all essential. The target grade for this position is GS-12. Please contact me if you have any questions or need additional information regarding this position. Dennis Dennis E. Garcia, PE, PS Chief, Reservoir Control Branch Albuquerque District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers OFFICE: 505.342.3380 BB: 505.452.6351 FAX: 505.342.3195
Stream Ecology/Aquatic Biology Technician
Full time, seasonal position with Taos Pueblo WarChief’s Office, Ecology Programs Division, Wildlife & Habitat Conservation Department. Full-year career appointment anticipated within one to two years of hire date based upon performance and funding. On-the-job training and concurrent enrollment in professional/educational courses possible, depending on experience and qualifications. Stream survey to include aquatic (in-channel and lake) habitat; fish and aquatic organisms; stream ecology; and, full participation with Ecology Programs Division wetland and riparian assessment teams. Baseline analysis, condition assessment, restoration programs and collaboration on stream and habitat quality. Identify, collect and analyze fish, aquatic plants, insects and other species.
Wildlife Ecology Specialist
Full time position with Ecology Programs Division, Wildlife & Habitat Conservation Department; Taos Pueblo WarChief’s Office. This is an ongoing career-conditional appointment based upon performance and funding review cycles. As a key part of the Ecology Programs Division, the Wildlife and Habitat Conservation Department directs all habitat- and species-based inventory, site assessment, and restoration efforts to assure the ecological sustainability of all wildlife within their natural environment. The Wildlife Ecology Specialist will contribute to ongoing and developing wildlife programs, conduct health and population assessments for key wildlife species, as well as participate in biodiversity planning and management within the Ecology Programs Division.
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National Fish Passage Program Request for Proposals 2011
Through its National Fish Passage Program the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service uses a voluntary, non-regulatory approach to remove and bypass barriers. The program provides technical assistance and funding to assist others in restoring fish passage. Proposals should keep in mind the program goal to restore native fish and other aquatic species to self-sustaining levels by reconnecting habitat that has been fragmented by barriers. All projects must be located in New Mexico.
2010 New Mexico Entrepreneur Summit (Embassy Suites, Albuquerque, from Oct 14, 2010 08:00 AM to Oct 15, 2010 05:00 PM)
Please see attached for the upcoming 2010 NM Entrepreneur Summit, October 14-15th at the Embassy Suites in Albuquerque. Register on EVOLVE is hosted by The NM Economic Development Department and the NM Department of Workforce Solutions.
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Clean Water Services has two positions open for Water Resources Project Managers. They close in two weeks on 9/24/2010
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Register Now for the 6th Annual Gila River Festival! (Silver City, NM, from Sep 16, 2010 05:45 AM to Sep 16, 2010 09:00 PM)
Guided Field Trips, Beginning Birding Class, River Lecture Series, WNMU Behind-the-Scenes Museum Tour, Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival, Workshops, And much more!
Request For Quotes to Conduct Water Quality Management Planning
The Surface Water Quality Bureau of the New Mexico Environment Department requests quotes from regional public comprehensive planning organizations to conduct water quality management planning as defined under sections 205(j) and 303(e) of the Clean Water Act
New Mexico Environment Department Surface Water Quality Bureau Request For Quotes
Federal Clean Water Act Section 604 (b) Water Quality Management Planning Federal Fiscal Year 2011 QUOTES DUE OCTOBER 4, 2010 RFQ Release Date: September 1, 2010
New Mexico Envirothon (Hummingbird Music Camp, Jemez Springs, from Apr 23, 2010 08:30 AM to Apr 24, 2010 05:30 PM)
Quivira Coalition Conference “The Carbon Ranch: Using Food and Stewardship to Build Soil and Fight Climate Change" (Embassy Suites Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico, from Nov 10, 2010 08:30 AM to Nov 12, 2010 05:30 PM)
15th Annual NM Infrastructure Finance Conference “Infrastructure 2010: Building Toward Sustainability” (Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces, from Oct 26, 2010 08:30 AM to Oct 28, 2010 05:30 PM)
Erosion Control Workshop #4 (Double Circle Ranch, Eagle Creek Watershed, AZ. , from Oct 22, 2010 08:30 AM to Oct 24, 2010 05:30 PM)
Third Natural History of the Gila Symposium (Western New Mexico University, Silver City, from Oct 14, 2010 08:30 AM to Oct 15, 2010 05:30 PM)
Albuquerque Wildlife Federation, Cedro Creek volunteer restoration event and End of Season Celebration (Cedro Creek, from Oct 16, 2010 08:30 AM to Oct 16, 2010 05:30 PM)
New Mexico Watershed Forum “From Mountaintop to River Bottom: Teaming up for Healthy Watersheds.” (Uptown Marriott in Albuquerque, from Sep 28, 2010 08:30 AM to Sep 30, 2010 05:30 PM)
Green Approaches to Manage Storm and Reclaimed Water A Binational Conference (Carlos M. Ramirez TecH2O Center, El Paso, TX, from Sep 23, 2010 08:30 AM to Sep 24, 2010 05:30 PM)
Dia del Rio (Meet at Bank of Pecos parking lot in Pecos, from Sep 25, 2010 09:30 AM to Sep 25, 2010 05:30 PM)
Dia del Rio, 9:30am, meet at Bank of Pecos parking lot in Pecos.
Albuquerque Wildlife Federation, Valles Caldera volunteer restoration weekend (Valles Caldera National Preserve, from Aug 20, 2010 08:30 AM to Aug 22, 2010 05:30 PM)
6th Annual Gila River Festival “Celebrating the Gila’s Web of Life” (Silver City and surrounding area, from Sep 16, 2010 08:30 AM to Sep 19, 2010 05:30 PM)
Albuquerque Wildlife Federation, Cebolla volunteer restoration weekend (Cebolla Canyon, from Sep 17, 2010 08:30 AM to Sep 19, 2010 05:30 PM)
Arizona Hydrological Society Symposium “Dryland Hydrology: Global Challenges Local Solutions.” (Westin La Paloma, Tucson, AZ , from Sep 01, 2010 08:30 AM to Sep 04, 2010 05:30 PM)
Another top-notch AHS Annual Symposium is only a few weeks away!!! Workshops, field trips, and two days of technical presentations offering plenty of chances to re-connect with colleagues, network with new potential contacts, and visit with sponsors and exhibitors.
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