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Second Annual Report of the Rio Grande Water Fund
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O'Donnell, Frances C., 2016. ERI Working Paper No. 37. Ecological Restoration Institute and the Southwest Fire Science Consortium, Northern Arizona University, November 2016
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File PDF document Bernalillo County SWMP 2005-2006 Annual Report
Annual report of progress
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File At the Nexus of Fire, Water and Society
Opinion piece. May 23, 2016. Philosophical Transactions Royal Society of London B 371: 20150172.
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File PDF document Forest Roads and Trails: It's All About Water!
handbook to accompany the video "Forest Access Systems for Better Water Quality." Describes principles and methods associated with constructing forest roads and skid trails to minimize impacts on water quality.
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Annual report to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by the New Mexico Environment Department’s Watershed Protection Section of the Surface Water Quality Bureau
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EPA Climate & Water e-Newsletter
The EPA Climate Change and Water E-Newsletter features news and information about EPA and other federal activities related to climate change and water. Partner activities, as well as related events and publications, are also included.
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This Western Governors' Drought Forum webinar explored the latest science on forest management practices that may increase water availability and add security to water portfolios. The moderator was Ken Pimlott, California State Forester and Director of CAL FIRE. Panelists included: Alan Hook, Project Manager, Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Management Plan and Water Resources Coordinator, City of Santa Fe; Marcos Robles, Conservation Science Specialist, The Nature Conservancy; Don Boucher, Project Manager, Ashland Forest Resiliency Stewardship Project, United States Forest Service.
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File TVWC Landscape Restoration Strategy
This Landscape Restoration Strategy (LRS) was developed over seven months during 2014-2015 by the Taos Valley Watershed Coalition (TVWC). Coalition members manage or provide land use consultation on all of the adjoining jurisdictions within our focus area, which extends from the Rio Grande del Rancho on the south to the San Cristobal drainage on the north and also includes the Rio Fernando, Rio Pueblo, Rio Lucero, Rio Arroyo Seco, and Rio Hondo stream systems. Coalition members agree to focus on the goals of protecting, improving, and restoring the water quality, quantity, and ecological function of the forests and streams in the Rio Grande watershed within Taos County, to the benefit of both local and downstream water users. This LRS was developed by our membership to document our shared understanding of scientific data and community values, and to guide coordinated actions within our local watersheds.
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Invitation for public comment on concerns related to water quality standards
Scoping phase for Triennial Review of New Mexico’s Surface Water Quality Standards
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