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Zuni Mountains CFLRP Collaborative Meeting, January 10, 2011

Stakeholder planning meeting to identify forest restoration strategies for the Zuni Mountain area of the Cibola National Forest

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Water Harvesting Certification Course -- Accepting Applications

Watershed Management Group is offering two Water Harvesting Certification courses in the spring of 2011 along with our new Green Infrastructure Technical Training and Certification program. We are currently accepting applications for the following programs: • Green Infrastructure Technical Training and Certification, Tucson, January 20-22, 2011 • Water Harvesting Certification, Phoenix, March 18 – 27, 2011 • Water Harvesting Certification, Tucson, April 29 – May 8, 2011 Please see below for more details on each program listed above. In addition to these trainings, we will be offering an Advanced Cistern and Advanced Greywater Technical Training with Certification in the spring of 2011. Dates and details will be posted on our Watershed Technical Trainings page later in December.

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Green Infrastructure Certification Course -- Accepting Applications

Watershed Management Group is offering a Green Infrastructure Certification course in the spring of 2011 along with our new Green Infrastructure Technical Training and Certification program. We are currently accepting applications for the following programs: • Green Infrastructure Technical Training and Certification, Tucson, January 20-22, 2011 • Water Harvesting Certification, Phoenix, March 18 – 27, 2011 • Water Harvesting Certification, Tucson, April 29 – May 8, 2011 Please see below for more details on each program listed above. In addition to these trainings, we will be offering an Advanced Cistern and Advanced Greywater Technical Training with Certification in the spring of 2011. Dates and details will be posted on our Watershed Technical Trainings page later in December.

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Sandia Ranger District Implementing Pile Burn Near Cedro Lookout

Weather permitting Sandia Ranger District will be implementing a pile burn around Cedro Lookout near Tijeras from December 7 thourgh December 9, 2010.

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ONRWs designated in NM Forest Service wilderness areas

The NM Water Quality Control Commission (WQCC) voted 7-3 to designate named, perennial waters within U.S. Forest Service wilderness areas as Outstanding National Resource Waters. The designation gives special protection to hundreds of miles of rivers and streams, more than two dozen lakes and thousands of acres of wetlands in federal wilderness area across the state. The WQCC also voted to adopt new antidegradation regulations governing how ONRWs will be managed in the state.

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Advocates discuss protecting streams and restoring rivers

Advocates discuss protecting streams and restoring rivers

Titled “From Mountaintop to River Bottom: Teaming up for Healthy Watersheds,” the forum’s speakers focused on collaboration among agencies and citizens—and the need to look upstream when thinking about watershed restoration. Speakers hit on issues including the effect of forest thinning projects on downstream waters, restoration in the Valles Caldera National Preserve and restoration projects in the Middle Rio Grande.

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2010 New Mexico Entrepreneur Summit

Please see attached for the upcoming 2010 NM Entrepreneur Summit, October 14-15th at the Embassy Suites in Albuquerque. Register on www.EvolveSummit.com. EVOLVE is hosted by The NM Economic Development Department and the NM Department of Workforce Solutions.

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NM Prescribed Fire Council Meeting

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.

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80 Percent of Global Water Supplies at Risk

80 Percent of Global Water Supplies at Risk

River biodiversity and our water security are in serious trouble, according to a comprehensive survey of waterways released yesterday. At risk are the water supplies of nearly 80 percent of humanity, and two-thirds of the world's river habitats.

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Register Now for the 6th Annual Gila River Festival!

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!

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