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Congressional Research Service Releases: "Climate Change Adaptation by Federal Agencies: An Analysis of Plans and Issues for Congress"

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Department of Housing and Urban Development Releases Report

"Green Infrastructure and the Sustainable Communities Initiative"

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NOAA Grant Opportunity

"Strengthening the Public's and/or K-12 Students' Environmental Literacy for Community Resilience to Extreme Weather Events and Environmental Changes"

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Other Federal News

U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit Releases Water Resources as Topic Area

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EPA and Partners Announce Monthly Webinar Series: Climate Information for Managing Risks in Water Resources

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EPA Green Power Leadership Awards Application Period Open Through April 17

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EPA Launches 2015 Green Infrastructure Webcast Series

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Environmental Scientist and Specialist-Operational (NMED #12152) Job Posting for Department of Environment

There is an employment position in the Albuquerque office in the Ground Water Ag Waste Section of the NM Environment Department.

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Boy Scouts of America Summer employment opportunities for students in the Biology program

The Boy Scouts of America are currently hiring staff to work at Gorham Scout Ranch during the summer

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Two Goats Watershed Restoration Project Underway

High Rolls, NM – Work has begun on the 1344-acre Two Goats Watershed Restoration Project south of the community of High Rolls in the Sacramento Mountains.

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Invasive Plant Best Management Practices webinar

March 24, 2015 1 PM EST The webinar is hosted by the Sustainable Forests Roundtable, US Forest Service and Southern Regional Extension Forestry webinar portal.

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Celebrate Arbor Month, New Mexico!

It’s not just one day, we get an entire month to celebrate trees and the importance they have to all New Mexicans. The State Forestry Division wants everyone to celebrate Arbor Month by planting or caring for trees and taking part in community activities.

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Now available: The Ability of Wildfire to Act as a Fuel Treatment (Webinar)

Southwest Fire Science Consortium webinar, Jan. 2015. available at https://www.frames.gov/rcs/18000/18920.html.

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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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Love Your River Day 2015

We are collecting BLUE valentines for the Santa Fe River! Create a BLUE heart valentine, any size and any material, and we will display your valentine throughout the year during our special events.

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2015 Land and Water Summit: Pre-Conference Workshop: Flood Control for Watershed Health

The pre-conference workshop will include field visits to advanced flood control/ green infrastructure sites, including small scale flood control projects by Bernalillo County, as well as large scale projects completed by SSCAFCA. Lead engineers and project managers will discuss the design of the projects, problems experienced during construction, and the impact these features have had on the river.

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Newsletter: EPA Climate Change and Water News

EPA Climate Change and Water News is a bi-weekly newsletter from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Water that covers climate change and water-related news from EPA, other U.S. Federal agencies, and partners. To learn more about climate change impacts on water resources, visit our website at: http://www.epa.gov/water/climatechange

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New Mexico Water Dialogue 21st Annual Statewide Meeting

New Mexico has suffered through years of extreme drought, followed by a summer of greater but uneven rains—not enough, however, to equal average annual rainfall, or to replenish storage. El Niño, recently thought to be strengthening, remains weak. Updating regional water plans that were completed between 1999 and 2008 is now underway. The basic challenge remains the same: to close the gap between supply and demand. But with drought, warming, and greater unpredictability as the likely "new normal," it may be that there will just be less water to meet aggregate demand. If so, New Mexicans will need to identify the associated economic, environmental, social and cultural vulnerabilities and learn together how to live with less water.

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