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New Mexico Forest Industry Association Re-Certification Class (East Mountains)
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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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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
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Two Rainwater Harvesting Events
2/4/12 in Santa Fe and 2/15-16/12 in Albuquerque
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Watershed Technical Training in Stream Restoration
Join expert instructors Van Clothier and Craig Sponhotlz for a Watershed Technical Training in Stream Restoration will provide participants with a basic understanding of how desert streams and arroyos function, how they change over time, and the human influence on them, both positive and negative. Based on this foundation, students will then participate in hands-on sessions in site assessment, design, and implementation of small-scale restoration features. Emphasis will also be placed on urban wash restoration approaches and practices from backyard to larger drainage scales.
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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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2011 Climate Masters Class
The New Mexico Environment Department will be offering a Climate Master™ class in Santa Fe from February 3 through April 14, 2011. The Climate Master™ program is an 11-week free series of classes focused on climate change and what you can do to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions in your daily life. Class topics include Climate Change, Home Energy, Water, Transportation, Green Building, Renewable Energy, Yards, Consumption and Waste, Food, Sustainable Behavior, and Climate Change Communication. Local experts in these fields will discuss these topics, climate change, and how to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions. Climate Master™ is modeled after the Master Gardener program. This program is a two-part educational effort, in which community members are provided 30 hours of training and in return they “pay back” the program through 30 hours of volunteer service in the year following the training. On average, students who take the class can reduce their own personal emissions by approximately 2 tons per year. Individual action is critical because individuals are the end users of most energy production via home heating and cooling, appliances, food, travel, and disposable products. Climate Master™ will provide training, specific tools and methods that will enable you to join others in making a difference. Registration is required. The deadline to register is February 1, 2011
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New Mexico Forest Industry Association Certification Class (Albuquerque / East Mountains)
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File Troff document Native Seed Restoration Project
This service learning partnership with RMNWR provides information about native plant species germination percentages and conditions that plants encounter. Rio Mora can use this information begin their restoration with a seed mix that is successful and resilient in the local habitat.
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New Mexico Forest Industry Associaton Certification Class (Pinehill)
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