Watershed Restoration The Cutting Edge Trailer
Here is the short documentary about the weekend workshop hosted by Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center. Watershed Restoration: The Cutting Edge was taught by Brad Lancaster, Amanda Bramble, Jan-Willem Jansens, Steve Carson, and Craig Sponholtz. It focused on catching, sinking, storing, and using water where it falls starting here in the Galisteo Basin., Ampersand’s watershed.
is the trailer for the documentary.
This trailer is for a short documentary about a weekend workshop hosted by Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center. Watershed Restoration: The Cutting Edge was taught by Brad Lancaster, Amanda Bramble, Jan-Willem Jansens, Steve Carson, and Craig Sponholtz. It focused on catching, sinking, storing, and using water where it falls.
18th Annual Water Conservation and Xeriscape Conference
Our Water, Our Future:
Communications Across Disciplines
February 28 and March 1, 2013
Final Agenda Posted
The speakers for Our Water, Our Future have been finalized. We are
pleased to announce the inclusion of two urban forestry speakers on
Friday, March 1. To see the complete list of speakers and their
allotted times, go to
Xeriscape Expo, March 2-3, 2013
We are now taking booth registrations for the Xeriscape Expo. Don't
miss this opportunity to reach 10,000 plus potential customers over
the weekend event.
For more information on both events:
Early bird deadline is Feb 15.
Urban Forestry at the Roundhouse
Davey Resource Group Conference Presentation:
iTree tools, urban forestry and low impact development
Xeriscape Council of New Mexico |
(505) 681-5583 | email@example.com |
All the best,
Thanks to Melissa, Journey Santa Fe’s ace organizer, and to everyone who listened so attentively to my talk on the Rio Grande at Collected Works on Sunday. Remember how I talked about New Mexico’s lack of a policy focused on the overall health of our rivers and how our existing policies to divide the waters actually permit the diversion of a river’s entire flow?
After 20 years of promoting greater public attention to the fate of rivers, Rio Grande Restoration has concluded to initiate a project to show state policy-makers, agency administrators and managers how river flow can be protected, and a more natural hydrograph established, with virtually no harm to more traditional, consumptive users, like irrigators and thirsty cities. Gratifyingly, the Bureau of Reclamation, Army Corps of Engineers, BLM and the NM Interstate Stream Commission have joined us as partners.
I wanted to share a little bit of information on that project with you. So, our brand-new interpretive booklet is attached. With your permission, I’ll keep you informed (via quarterly e-newsletters and advisories) as our stream flow restoration initiatives progress. (You should notify me by return e-mail, if you ever want to opt out of receiving such “river-oriented junk mail”.)
Happy reading and many thanks for your kind concern about a sustainable water future for nature and people.
Rio Grande Restoration
HCR 69 Box 3-C
Embudo, NM 87531