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Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District

Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District Our District boundaries encompass most of Bernalillo County and parts of southern Sandoval County, N

Our District boundaries encompass most of Bernalillo County and parts of southern Sandoval County, NM. Visit our website at https://sites.google.com/site/ciudadswcd/

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Great article in the ABQ Journal this morning!
09/25/2022
Scoop the p**p!

Great article in the ABQ Journal this morning!

BY JULIE DREIKEFOR THE JOURNALPets are wonderful companions when hikin

09/13/2022
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New Mexico Water Conservation Alliance virtual meeting on Sep 21 at 11AM!

"We are excited to invite all of you to join us at our upcoming New Mexico Water Conservation Alliance meeting on Wednesday, 9/21, from 11 am – 1 pm. We have an exciting agenda planned with Andrew Erdmann in his new role as the State’s Water Planner, leading us off to talk about the State Water Plan for the State or New Mexico. He will be followed by a presentation by the Bureau of Reclamation on mandatory conservation efforts along the Colorado River Basin. Both presentations will help the membership understand the work being done currently to conserve water, reduce demand and expand reuse and recycling of water supplies in the region. The Albuquerque City Water Utility Authority (ABCWUA) and the City of Santa Fe are among several cities in New Mexico who are signatories to an agreement to join in the commitment to increasing water-use efficiency and reducing the demand for water in the lower basins of the Colorado River. The presentations will help set the background for a roundtable with the membership on ways we are attempting to meet the water challenges at hand."

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Exciting news! Ciudad SWCD was just awarded the Trails+ Grant from the Outdoor Recreation Division of the Economic Devel...
06/10/2022

Exciting news! Ciudad SWCD was just awarded the Trails+ Grant from the Outdoor Recreation Division of the Economic Development Department to expand access to the outdoors to people of all abilities.

Ciudad SWCD was awarded almost half a million dollars to build a trail that will be all inclusive and will go above and beyond ADA standards. We'd like to give a huge shout out to Nature Matters Academy and Hero's Path to Palliative Care! Jenny Lloyd-Storvas and Theresa Aragon with Nature Matters Academy and Jennifer Bartz with Hero's Path played a huge role in the brainstorming and grant application process. The award of this grant could not have happened without these wonderful partners who put in countless hours alongside Ciudad to draft the application and supporting documents. In addition to this grant funding the trail materials and other outdoor infrastructure, it will also fund riparian restoration and removal of invasive species since the trail will run along the degraded arroyo. Such riparian restoration will be in line with the improvements outlined in the EPA approved Upper Tijeras Creek Watershed Based Plan that Ciudad SWCD finalized in December of 2021.

More great things are coming soon in the Tijeras Creek Watershed, but we will pause to celebrate this exciting win for conservation and access to the outdoors with this award!

Announcement: Upcoming *FREE* Summer Water Conservation Workshops for  Homeowners. Learn from the experts and join a com...
05/24/2022

Announcement: Upcoming *FREE* Summer Water Conservation Workshops for Homeowners. Learn from the experts and join a community of folks who are helping to actively steward our land!

These workshops are offered through a partnership between the Arid LID Coalition, Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District, Water Authority, ABQ Backyard Refuge Program, and Bernalillo County. You can view full workshop descriptions and register at www.bernco.gov/openspacesignup.

"The continued above normal temperatures, very dryair and unstable conditions will create critical fire weatheragain tod...
04/21/2022

"The continued above normal temperatures, very dry
air and unstable conditions will create critical fire weather
again today. There is high confidence that a widespread extreme and potentially catastrophic fire weather event will occur on Friday.
Strong to damaging winds will impact all of northern and central
New Mexico on Friday while the very dry and unstable conditions
persist."

Time for some Spring cleaning! Green Waste Days at the Tijeras transfer station will be happening this Spring. Beginning...
04/12/2022

Time for some Spring cleaning! Green Waste Days at the Tijeras transfer station will be happening this Spring. Beginning Saturday April 30th it will run until Sunday May 8th. See flyer below for details and get trimming.

Southwest Wildfire Awareness Week - March 27th - April 2. Below you will find a flyer that has lots of links for your pl...
03/30/2022

Southwest Wildfire Awareness Week - March 27th - April 2. Below you will find a flyer that has lots of links for your plans on preparation for this wildfire season.

Contact [email protected] for more information or to register for an EMIFPA webinar this Saturday on defensible space. Stay safe and fire wise!

Exciting news! Grand Opening this Saturday 11-4!
03/25/2022
Soil testing lab puts down roots

Exciting news! Grand Opening this Saturday 11-4!

Los Ranchos facility will educate public in agricultural practicesCopy

Outstanding effort, Gabriella Coughlin and MRGCD! Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District is honored to be a member ...
03/23/2022
Open House Scheduled for New Rio Grande Community Soil Lab - The Paper.

Outstanding effort, Gabriella Coughlin and MRGCD! Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District is honored to be a member of the soil lab team!

For the first time in several decades, agricultural producers who wish to work toward improving soil health will have access to reliable, affordable soil

The NMDA Healthy Soils Program will host two webinars about the 2022 HSP grants application process this Friday March 18...
03/16/2022
Apply for a Healthy Soil Program grant for your soil health pilot project

The NMDA Healthy Soils Program will host two webinars about the 2022 HSP grants application process this Friday March 18! Visit the web page to register:

Are you a farmer, rancher, or land manager in New Mexico with a project in mind to improve your soil health? Learn how to apply through an "eligible entity" for pilot-project grant funding, available as part of NMDA's new Healthy Soil Program.

Upcoming soil and climate-related talk coming up from the NM Healthy Soil Working group. See info below to register for ...
01/24/2022

Upcoming soil and climate-related talk coming up from the NM Healthy Soil Working group. See info below to register for FREE.

Season's Greetings from Ciudad SWCD! 🌲This holiday season, we hope you consider protecting our Sandia's conifer, pinon, ...
12/20/2021

Season's Greetings from Ciudad SWCD! 🌲

This holiday season, we hope you consider protecting our Sandia's conifer, pinon, and juniper trees - especially this year with the drought! If you live in the East Mountains, consider thinning treatment which improves forest health and reduces the risk of fire.

Contact Ciudad SWCD if you'd like to hear more about our East Mountain Forest Health and thinning cost share assistance program.

The City of Albuquerque Open Space Division is seeking applications for a Projects Coordinator position. Applications ar...
12/16/2021
Job Opportunities | City of Albuquerque

The City of Albuquerque Open Space Division is seeking applications for a Projects Coordinator position. Applications are due by 12/29.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cabq/jobs/3341665/open-space-project-coordinator-e15?keywords=Programs%20Coordinator%20&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

The City of Albuquerque provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.

Please join the Middle Rio Grande Water Advocates for their upcoming conference that will address surviving New Mexico's...
12/16/2021

Please join the Middle Rio Grande Water Advocates for their upcoming conference that will address surviving New Mexico's arid future.

KOAT-TV coverage of w**d suppression with goats at Candelaria Nature Preserve! Ciudad SWCD is thankful for integrating g...
12/03/2021
New Mexico goats used to restore nature, help reduce fire threat in Bosque

KOAT-TV coverage of w**d suppression with goats at Candelaria Nature Preserve! Ciudad SWCD is thankful for integrating goats to further land management goals on 2 acres at the Candelaria Nature Preserve with funding from New Mexico Department of Agriculture Health Soil Program.

Goats will be deployed in the Bosque to eat tall, dry grasses.

Ciudad SWCD is thankful for integrating goats to further land management goals on 2 acres at the Candelaria Nature Prese...
11/30/2021
Goats initiate Phase 1 of a plan to return some of the Bosque to its natural state - Source New Mexico

Ciudad SWCD is thankful for integrating goats to further land management goals on 2 acres at the Candelaria Nature Preserve with funding from New Mexico Department of Agriculture Health Soil Program.

https://www.koat.com/article/goats-fire-prevention-new-mexico/38381478#

https://sourcenm.com/2021/11/24/goats-initiate-phase-1-of-a-plan-to-return-some-of-the-bosque-to-its-natural-state/

The latest public servants tasked with protecting the natural environment that make up Albuquerque’s Bosque eat all day and have four legs.

11/16/2021
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Join Ciudad SWCD and many more for Neighborhood Nature Day!
11/06/2021

Join Ciudad SWCD and many more for Neighborhood Nature Day!

Interested in learning more about restoration in the Southwest? Curious about actions to build ecological resilience and...
11/04/2021
HOME | 2021 SER Meeting

Interested in learning more about restoration in the Southwest? Curious about actions to build ecological resilience and climate adaptation during drought? Register for the upcoming SER Southwest annual meeting to get involved!

November 19th 9-3pm virtual format

https://sersw2019.wixsite.com/2021

Climate adaptation planning for arid grasslands: Developing a suite of management options with National Parks on the Colorado Plateau

Election results are in!  Ciudad SWCD is thankful that the local election has brought some much needed attention to our ...
11/04/2021
Ciudad SWCD - 2021 Election

Election results are in! Ciudad SWCD is thankful that the local election has brought some much needed attention to our District, it seems the Board of Supervisor Positions on the ballot may have stumped some voters.

https://www.krqe.com/news/politics-government/ballot-question-stumps-some-albuquerque-voters/

https://www.ciudadswcd.org/2021-election

Election Background Information Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District is not subdivided and each Board member represents all property owners within the District. In accordance with the Soil and Water Conservation Districts Supervisor Handbook, property ownership is required for Board

Please join EMIFPA Fire & Emergency Management Agencies on November 20th to learn more about the your role in Countywide...
11/03/2021

Please join EMIFPA Fire & Emergency Management Agencies on November 20th to learn more about the your role in Countywide Community Wildfire Protection Plan update.

Ciudad SWCD is pleased to be the fiscal agent for the Land and Water Summit, in addition to our role on the Land and Wat...
11/01/2021

Ciudad SWCD is pleased to be the fiscal agent for the Land and Water Summit, in addition to our role on the Land and Water Summit Planning Committee. The 2022 Land and Water Summit is going to be stellar!

Registration for the hybrid 2022 Land and Water Summit is now open! To register for the Summit, please visit https://whova.com/portal/registration/laws_202203/

For more details on the agenda, speakers, and the field trip, please visit https://www.landandwatersummitnm.org/

Please join the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division and Ciudad SWCD for a monthly site visit at Candelaria Nature Pr...
10/26/2021

Please join the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division and Ciudad SWCD for a monthly site visit at Candelaria Nature Preserve to learn about the conservation and restoration work taking place. The tour will begin at the entry gate located at the end of Arbor Road on Friday, October 29th at 10 AM.

The Green Waste event begins tomorrow at the East Mountain Transfer Station. Don't miss your chance to dispose of green ...
10/22/2021

The Green Waste event begins tomorrow at the East Mountain Transfer Station. Don't miss your chance to dispose of green waste for FREE!

Are you interested in protecting the Tijeras Creek Watershed or learning more about it?  The City of Albuquerque and par...
10/21/2021

Are you interested in protecting the Tijeras Creek Watershed or learning more about it? The City of Albuquerque and partners are preparing the Tijeras Creek Cultural Corridor Plan and want to hear from the community!

Interested in learning about cover crops and inoculation?  Check out this opportunity tomorrow in Los Lunas at Sublime P...
10/13/2021

Interested in learning about cover crops and inoculation? Check out this opportunity tomorrow in Los Lunas at Sublime Pastures to learn more and get a free lunch!

Are you a community member who is concerned about water resources in our region? Do you enjoy fall migrating birds and w...
10/11/2021

Are you a community member who is concerned about water resources in our region? Do you enjoy fall migrating birds and want to help protect their habitat? Do you ever wonder where your recycling goes? Are you tired of hearing about local resource problems and want to be a part of the solution?

Join us for a series of educational presentations and field trips that highlight local efforts that address water conservation, the protection of native habitats, waste reduction and so much. Open to adults in Rio Rancho. Every other Wednesday starting Oct. 20th. Call 505-891-5018 to register. Spaces limited!

More info @ https://www.ciudadswcd.org/education-and-outreach/watershed-stewards

The Local Election is just around the corner, with early voting beginning October 16th. Ciudad SWCD has two Board of Sup...
10/08/2021
Ciudad SWCD - 2021 Election

The Local Election is just around the corner, with early voting beginning October 16th. Ciudad SWCD has two Board of Supervisor Positions up for election. For more information check out our website: https://www.ciudadswcd.org/2021-election

Election Background Information Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District is not subdivided and each Board member represents all property owners within the District. In accordance with the Soil and Water Conservation Districts Supervisor Handbook, property ownership is required for Board

Attention Agriculture Producers and others interested in conserving our Natural Resources, Ciudad SWCD and Coronado SWCD...
10/06/2021

Attention Agriculture Producers and others interested in conserving our Natural Resources, Ciudad SWCD and Coronado SWCD, in collaboration with Natural Resource Conservation Service, will be holding the annual Local Work Group meeting on October 13th, at 9:30 AM via Zoom.

Is your home or property fire wise?  Take steps to create defensible space and dispose of your green waste to protect yo...
10/05/2021

Is your home or property fire wise? Take steps to create defensible space and dispose of your green waste to protect your homes from the risk of wildfire. Upcoming free green waste event coming soon to the East Mountain area!

10/02/2021

Ciudad SWCD is grateful to have funding from Southern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control Authority and the Middle Rio Grande Stormwater Quality Team that allows us to serve 36 4th grade classrooms with our RiverXchange program. We hope teachers walked away from the workshop feeling inspired and ready for project-based learning about water!

Join Bernalillo County, Ciudad SWCD, and many others for the East Mountain Celebration on Sunday, the 26th!
09/20/2021

Join Bernalillo County, Ciudad SWCD, and many others for the East Mountain Celebration on Sunday, the 26th!

Tomorrow between 8:30 and 11 join BernCo, CABQ, ABCWUA, MRGCD, CESOSS and the South Valley Regional Assoc. of Acequia, f...
09/17/2021

Tomorrow between 8:30 and 11 join BernCo, CABQ, ABCWUA, MRGCD, CESOSS and the South Valley Regional Assoc. of Acequia, for the Atrisco Acequia project kickoff. The event will include a volunteer cleanup, information tables, and presentations from various non-profits and agencies, PLUS an Acequia Walk and Talk with the Commissioners of the Atrisco Acequia.

The Fall Green Waste event at the East Mountain Transfer Station is approaching. Free green waste disposal!
09/17/2021

The Fall Green Waste event at the East Mountain Transfer Station is approaching. Free green waste disposal!

Dona Ana SWCD760 Stern Drive, Ste. 118 Las Cruces, NM 88005Master Watershed Conservationist (MWC) Program kicks off Sept...
08/27/2021
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Dona Ana SWCD
760 Stern Drive, Ste. 118 Las Cruces, NM 88005
Master Watershed Conservationist (MWC) Program kicks off September 9, 2021
The Master Watershed Conservationist (MWC) program kicks off September 9, 2021, at 6:30pm MDT with the first of eight forums, The Future of our Watershed in the Hatch and Mesilla Valleys. The September 9 event will be via ZOOM (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85286064996). All those interested in attending the event can go to https://daswcd.org/master-watershed-conservation-program/ for a copy of the ZOOM link, and to register. The forum will feature a panel of local ecological and resource specialists who will engage in discussions with the audience on visions for the future and the needs for watershed stewardship in New Mexico’s most southern Rio Grande watershed region. The event will also provide an introduction of the program, which aims to empower citizens to promote stewardship of our local watersheds. Through the series scheduled over the next nine months, the program will also engage volunteers in making decisions and implementing conservation projects in New Mexico’s southern Rio Grande watershed.

08/23/2021

Atrisco Community Farm open house and compost tea demo
2215 La Vega SW (just north of Blake and La Vega)
Saturday, Aug. 28th 10AM-noon

Please join Atrisco Community Farm for a tour of our fall fields and gardens and a compost tea demonstration! This simple and easy-to-implement technique can increase fertility by stimulating the microbial and mycorrhizal life in your soil, making the nutrients already present more bio-available to your crops. This work was supported by a grant from the NMDA Healthy Soils Program, in collaboration with Ciudad SWCD.

We look forward to sharing what we've learned about compost tea and exchanging knowledge with other local gardeners. Topics will include:
> show and tell worm box
> discuss compost tea ingredients/bubbler etc.
> share how we think tea has helped/apply a premade tea, look for mushrroms/mycelium
> time to chat about our other projects and connect

Healthy Soils Program grant applications are due July 2 - please consider submitting your project!https://www.nmda.nmsu....
06/21/2021
Apply for a Healthy Soil Program grant for your soil health pilot project

Healthy Soils Program grant applications are due July 2 - please consider submitting your project!

https://www.nmda.nmsu.edu/nmda-homepage/divisions/apr/healthy-soil-program/

Are you a farmer, rancher, or land manager in New Mexico with a project in mind to improve your soil health? Learn how to apply through an "eligible entity" for pilot-project grant funding, available as part of NMDA's new Healthy Soil Program.

!!! Attention Community Gardeners, Farmers, & Ranchers !!!!NMDA's Healthy Soil Program (HSP) application period is open ...
06/02/2021

!!! Attention Community Gardeners, Farmers, & Ranchers !!!!
NMDA's Healthy Soil Program (HSP) application period is open in order to apply for grant funding to improve the health, yield and profitability of the soils in New Mexico. The deadline to apply is July 2nd at 5:00 PM. Individual applicants must seek support from an Eligible Entity, while Ciudad SWCD is defined as an Eligible Entity. For more information visit NMDA's webpage (below) or call Ciudad SWCD at (505)510-DIRT.

NMDA HSP webpage: https://www.nmda.nmsu.edu/nmda-homepage/divisions/apr/healthy-soil-program/

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We made it! 2021 is ending and not without reason to celebrate!

Here at Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District, we have so many reasons to celebrate! We had so much fun this year, and we couldn’t have done it without you all! Thank you for helping us create many new opportunities as we worked with new and existing partners from around the community and across the state.
As we all reflect on this year and the importance to connect with the land we love, it is a great time for us all to take a moment and reflect on all the things we are grateful for that helped get us through this year. The beauty that lies within the difficult road is where we can come together to find the light that brings us together moving forward into 2022 and beyond. Thank you all so much for helping us achieve so many new goals and set the achievements even higher! We wanted to capture some of these precious moments in a video as we reflect on what happened and where we are going into 2022.

We hope you enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HurUsDCJHOk

A shout out to some of our great partners and community members!!

Rocket Punch Farm Sublime Pastures Belen Consolidated Schools Los Lunas Schools Valencia County News-Bulletin National Association of Conservation Districts National Resource Conservation Service Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District Valencia County Admin and Government Rio Communities Belen, New Mexico Los Lunas Data Center Los Lunas Open Space Division Los Lunas Public Library, Government Peralta, New Mexico Bosque Farms, NM Friends of Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area H2 Academic Solutions Valencia County Fire Department New Mexico Workforce Connections East Valencia Urban Gardens Program - EVUGP Valencia Community Action Network Community Wellness Council Whitfield Education Programs Sandia Mountain Natural History Center Environmental Education of New Mexico - EENM Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge
Wonderful day yesterday with Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District and Rio Grande Return https://riograndereturn.com/ getting a behind the scenes tour of the Calendaria Nature Preserve. It is a great project returning farmland back to native bosque and grassland habitat for wildlife. Learn more about it here: https://www.cabq.gov/candelaria-nature-preserve
I am so proud to help sponsor this year's Discovery STEAM Festival through the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico & coordinate presentations from Bernalillo County Parks, Recreation and Open Space, the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office Metro Air Support Unit, and the Bernalillo County Fire Department.

Today's lesson on watersheds from Bernalillo County Open Space included Steve Glass at Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District.

Tomorrow, the BCSO Metro Air Support Unit will present at 11:00 AM. On Friday, the Bernalillo County Fire Department will present at 9:00 AM. To watch these presentations please visit https://www.discoveryfestnm.org/exhibit-hall.
Thank you for the wonderful RAINWATER HARVESTING class today. I look forward to receiving the presentation. Much love.🌟🏞🌟
We have been working with Bernalillo County NM and the Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District to develop a Rainwater Harvesting Learning Landscape at the Gutiérrez Hubbell House. By harvesting rainwater, you can create your own beautiful, low-water-use landscape! You can find more resources at bernco.gov/rainwater

Special thanks to our District staff, volunteers, partners, and community members for making these memories with us this year during our annual Earth Day Science Fiesta! This celebration is important to us not only because we get a chance to celebrate the planet with others, but because we are reminded how difficult this last year has been in so many ways. Thank you all for coming together to remind us the importance of nature, celebration, outdoor activities, and most importantly, communicating what we learn together with others!

Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District H2 Academic Solutions Central New Mexico Audubon Society Los Lunas Public Library, Government Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program Rocket Punch Farm Whitfield Education Programs East Valencia Urban Gardens Program - EVUGP Valencia Community Action Network Petroglyph National Monument School of Dreams Academy (S.O.D.A.) Cub Scout Pack 116 Southwest Model Railroad Museum City Nature Challenge ABQ 2021
DRYLAND MEDICINALS
It's fast and furious right now folks. This time I'll be with Soil and Water Conservation District for this FREE ONLINE TALK. Join me for a conversation on Medicinal Plants of the Middle Rio Grande with a focus on dryland habitats and register for other talks in this Watershed Stewards series.
https://www.facebook.com/events/660668081558329
Day three of Earth Day Science Fiesta and City Nature Challenge 2021!! We had a blast! So much learning and building new things! We also had two more City Nature Challenge ABQ 2021 hikes full of nature viewing and documenting! Last day of the challenge is tomorrow and it's also the last day to view the Friends of Whitfield auction items for final bidding Tuesday morning!

Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District Petroglyph National Monument Southwest Model Railroad Museum Los Lunas Public Library, Government Cub Scout Pack 116 Valencia Community Action Network
Another amazing day at Earth Day Science Fiesta and City Nature Challenge 2021!! Thank you so much to everyone that came out and enjoyed the day with us! If you missed out, we are having events tomorrow starting at 9! Together, we can be the change to create opportunities to learn about our local environment!!

Cub Scout Pack 116 Central New Mexico Audubon Society Valencia Community Action Network Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District School of Dreams Academy (S.O.D.A.) Petroglyph National Monument Rocket Punch Farm Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge
2021 marks the 51st anniversary of the annual celebrations of nature and our planet across the globe. Today is a day we feel fortunate to be able to recognize the importance of and celebrate our planet. By honoring our planet, we are reminded of the people we serve as an organization, the land we protect together every day, and the many relationships it takes to create needed change. There are many ways we can strive to make every day Earth day by reducing, reusing, recycling, volunteering our time, educating others, conserving water, and take part in leadership opportunities to communicate this knowledge to others. Today, we give thanks to our planet, our local communities, and all of their support as we work together to find ways to reconnect daily with one another and our Earth. Happy Earth Day Everyone!!

East Valencia Urban Gardens Program - EVUGP Valencia County Small Business Support Valencia Community Action Network H2 Academic Solutions Central New Mexico Audubon Society Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program Bosque Farms, NM Nature Niños New Mexico Los Lunas Public Library, Government Los Lunas Data Center Southwest Model Railroad Museum Sandia Mountain Natural History Center Environmental Education of New Mexico - EENM Whitfield Education Programs Friends of Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area Valencia County, New Mexico Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District Middle Rio Grande Conservancy Los Lunas Schools Belen Consolidated Schools Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge Cub Scout Pack 116 Soil and Water Conservation District
New rain garden is finished! ☑️🌦🌈

Don't forget to check it out!

Thanks again to Rocky Mountain Youth Corps - New Mexico, Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District, Bernalillo County Parks, Recreation and Open Space, and Bernalillo County Natural Resource Services for giving this space a new look for spring!💪🏽

Notice anything new??👀

If you're driving along Isleta Blvd, look west for a new garden installation at Gutiérrez Hubbell House happening this week!

A big thank you to Rocky Mountain Youth Corps - New Mexico, Ciudad Soil and Water Conservation District, Bernalillo County Parks, Recreation and Open Space and Bernalillo County Natural Resource Services for giving this space a new look for spring!👏🏽

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