Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Navigation

Personal tools
You are here: Home / News & Events

News & Events

New Mexico Forest and Watershed Health Information Clearinghouse News

San Isidro Park River Restoration Workshop

A two day river restoration workshop on the Santa Fe River on October 17-18, 2009. Craig Sponholtz of Dryland Solutions will be leading the workshop which is sponsored by the Santa Fe Watershed Association. The workshop is free by advanced registration is required.

Read More…

Applied Watershed Restoration for Drylands Workshop (FREE)

Instructed by: Craig Sponholtz, Dryland Solutions. Upper Eagle Creek Watershed, Eastern Arizona. Contact Wilma Jenkins for more info at doublecircleranch@hughes.net

Read More…

Acequia Hydrology Symposium

To report research results on hydrology of traditional acequia irrigation systems. Presentations will address both technical and socio-cultural aspects of acequias along the Rio Grande. The conference will include overviews, technical sessions, and an interactive panel discussion.

Read More…

Know Your Watershed School Program

The New Mexico State Land Office offers an environmental education program called "Know Your Watershed" for 2nd, 4th & 6th grade classes throught out the state.

Read More…

Surviving the Downturn and Positioning Yourself for Recovery

Free business and marketing presentations by Professor Lloyd Irland, Yale University School of Forestry - 8/5/09 in Ruidoso and 8/10/09 in Las Vegas, NM RSVP to Carmen Austin at the New Mexico Forestry Division at (505) 476-3335 or email at carmelitam.austin@state.nm.us

Read More…

How to Heat with Woody Biomass in the Southwest

How to Heat with Woody Biomass in the Southwest: A workshop on developing and using small-scale biomass thermal applications Date: August 3 and 4, 2009 Location: Santa Fe Community College Santa Fe, New Mexico Cost: $40.00 Register at http://www.forestguild.org/ThermalWorkshop.html

Read More…

Cebolla Canyon Restoration Project

October 16-18th - Albuquerque Wildlife Federation, Cebolla Canyon Restoration Project (EPA Wetlands Project). Volunteers welcome. For more information see http://abq.nmwildlife.org/index.html

Read More…

Wetland Restoration Work Day at Cerro Pelon Ranch

September 12th - Earthworks Institute, Wetland restoration work day at Cerro Pelon Ranch (RERI). Volunteers welcome. Contact Kina@earthworksinstitute.org for more information. http://earthworksinstitute.org/

Read More…

Comanche Creek Restoration Workshop

August 21-23rd - Quivira Coalition, Comanche Creek Restoration Workshop (former 319 project; current RERI project). Register Online: http://quiviracoalition.org/Workshops___Events/index.html

Read More…

Volunteer Work Weekend at Valles Caldera National Preserve

August 14-16th - Albuquerque Wildlife Federation, Volunteer Work Weekend at Valles Caldera National Preserve. Volunteers welcome. For more information see http://abq.nmwildlife.org/index.html

Read More…

NM Water Research Symposium

August 11th - 2009 New Mexico Water Research Symposium. A one-day technical symposium at Macey Center, New Mexico Tech, Socorro, NM. http://wrri.nmsu.edu/conf/tc09/symposium.html

Read More…

Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

August 2-7th - Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting “Ecological knowledge and society.” Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, NM. http://www.esa.org/albuquerque/

Read More…

Arroyo Restoration Day at 3 Horse Ranch

July 25th - Earthworks Institute, Arroyo Restoration demonstration day at the 3 Horse Ranch (RERI). Volunteers welcome. Contact Kina@earthworksinstitute.org for more information. http://earthworksinstitute.org/

Read More…

Plant Association Guides Online

Plant Association Guides Online

Plant Associations of Arizona and New Mexico, Volumes 1 and 2 are available in the library as pdfs.

Read More…

Plant Association Course - Arizona

This week long course is for professionals and technicians interested in learning to identify and use the plant association classification system of the forests and woodlands of Arizona. The course is in the field, all week, and participants caravan covering hundreds of miles and dozens of sites during the week. To enroll email Mary.Stuever@state.nm.us

Read More…

Plant Association Training - New Mexico

This week long course is for professionals and technicians interested in learning to identify and use the plant association classification system of the forests and woodlands of New Mexico. The course is in the field, all week, and participants caravan covering hundreds of miles and dozens of sites during the week. To enroll email Mary.Stuever@state.nm.us

Read More…

8th Annual Quivira Coalition Conference - Living Leopold: the land ethic and a new agrarianism

Mark your calendars for the 8th Annual Conference - November 4, 5, 6, 2009 in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Embassy Suites.

Read More…

Also in this section

Tribal Climate Change Newsletter
Welcome to ITEP's Tribal Climate Change Newsletter. This monthly newsletter provides news items, resources, announcements about funding opportunities, conferences, and training, and other information relevant to tribal climate change issues.
Document Actions
« September 2019 »
September
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
30
Search for Content

On the Portal:

Advanced Search

On our Partner Search:

 
Plone 4