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Webinar: BIA RFP Tribal Resilience and Ocean and Coastal Management and Planning

Please join us for an informational webinar to learn more about the recently released announcement of available funding through the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Tribal Resilience Program. During this webinar, BIA will discuss the current Request for Proposals - Tribal Resilience and Ocean and Coastal Management and Planning. After the presentation, there will be a question and answer session.

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Sharing Innovations for Sharing a River

Sharing Innovations for Sharing a River

Update on the Río Grande / Río Bravo Binational Water Forum

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Dialogue Board meeting - May 10, 2018

Regular Board meeting with program. Location details forthcoming!

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Reno Conference: Share Your Feedback!

Share your feedback on the 2018 Cohesive Strategy Workshop in Reno. We received great feedback on site and in the evaluations we've received so far. If you haven't already taken the workshop evaluation, please do so, we value your input. We plan to have another workshop in 2019, we will be announcing the date and location soon. We hope to see you there. http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07ef9oklq3jfipufm8/a01dqjfv8blft/greeting

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Seminar: Post-Wildfire Flooding - think ahead of the fire

Join us for the third seminar in the Spring Seminar Series for Fireshed Awareness Season. Royce Fontenot, a Senior Service Hydrologist for NOAA/National Weather Service (NWS) will present on post-wildfire flooding, debris flow and flash flooding, and how to get the NWS warnings. Mannie Lopez with the U.S Geological Survey will present on post-fire flooding in Santa Fe Municipal watershed.

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Seminar: Smoke Impacts:Wildfire vs. controlled fire & how to reduce smoke impacts in your home

Come visit the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition at the next seminar on April 18th at 6pm at REI on smoke impacts. Josh Hall the Air & Water Quality Specialist for the US Forest Service will present on the difference between wildfire and prescribed fire smoke and their impacts, and Sam Berry from the Forest Stewards Guild will present an opportunity to rent a HEPA filter for free for people with smoke sensitivity.

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Preparing for Large Wildfires In New Mexico - Hernandez Workshop, April 23

#2 in a series of workshops designed for agency personnel and community leaders involved in planning and emergency response. Presenters will introduce participants to tools that can help them better prepare their communities for wildfire and post-fire flooding and debris flows.

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Dialogue Board meeting - April 12, 2018

Regular business meeting with program

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FOREST BOUND: A free immersion and conservation training opportunity for youth

FOREST BOUND is a FREE native plant ecology training program for high school age youth, utilizing the Native Plant Curriculum, From Ponderosa to Prickly Pear, developed by the Institute for Applied Ecology.

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New Mexico Water Supply Update Briefing

January 26, 2018 briefing by National Weather Service Hydrologist Royce Fontenot

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Think Trees Conference - January 18 & 19, 2018

An Urban Tree Care Conference in Albuquerque, NM. ISA Certification and other professional CEU credits.

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Land and Water Summit 2018

The Ripple Effect: Stormwater and Tree Canopy

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Madrean Conference 2018 - Call For Proposals

Call for proposals for "Biodiversity and Management of the Madrean Archipelago Conference", May 14-18, 2018 in Tucson, Arizona

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2018 CFRP Annual Workshop in Santa Fe on January 10-11th

Collaborative Forest Restoration Program also released the 2018 RFA

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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

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RFP for Five Star and Urban Waters Restoration 2018 Grant Program

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the Wildlife Habitat Council, in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USDA Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, FedEx, and Southern Company are pleased to solicit applications for the 2018 Five Star and Urban Waters Restoration program.

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