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Join Sarah Hurteau, our Albuquerque urban conservation director, and other scientists to hear how fire affects the Rio Grande and our drinking water. You can also enjoy a related art exhibit.
A biology professor had a hypothesis, so he set up a trail camera at our Gila Riparian Preserve near Silver City to test it.
Our work is making a difference for threatened frogs and chubs in the Mimbres Valley.
The Rio Grande Water Fund is an investment in nature with a triple bottom line: clean water, healthy forests and jobs.
Enjoy spectacular photos of New Mexico's lands and waters—and the animals, plants and people that need them.
Gather your friends and family (or grab some solitude) and explore the rich natural splendors The Land of Enchantment has to offer!
This is what happens to the rivers that supply our drinking water after a severe wildfire. Want to know why?
A team of Conservation Canines came to the rescue for New Mexico's forests!
Our work to protect the lands and rivers you love in New Mexico is impossible without your support. Thank you!
- June 17, 2017
- Breezes, birds and Bigfoot: Kids explore Santa Fe’s trails
- June 13, 2017
- Water authority makes a deal to protect watershed
- June 13, 2017
- Water Authority to provide $1 million to better Albuquerque’s drinking water
- May 08, 2017
- Albuquerque Business First: Devon Fooks
- May 05, 2017
- Fire managers from U.S. and abroad attend NM Controlled Burn Training
- April 20, 2017
- Rio Grande Water Fund Offers Ride to Sandia Mountains for Environmental Education
- April 12, 2017
- Happy Trails: Cerro Gordo Trailhead a crossroads for outdoor adventure
- March 22, 2017
- Taos Ski Valley Foundation Provides Renewed Support for the Rio Grande Water Fund
- March 08, 2017
- 13 Secret Spots In New Mexico Where Nature Will Completely Relax You
- February 03, 2017
- Walatowa Timber Can be a Model in Other Woodlands
- January 29, 2017
- Forest Thinning Underway to Protect Watersheds