Rio Chama Catch and Release Regulations Approved
The New Mexico Game and Fish Commission approved catch and release regulations on a portion of the Rio Chama at its November 2016 meeting, due in large part to the ...
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The Upper Colorado River Commission is offering $1.8 million in funding for pilot projects in which users in the upper basin states of Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico voluntarily ...
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Press release: Forest Service & Jumping Mouse
SANTA FE, NM – July 25, 2016 – For Immediate Release. Fire staff help erect fence to protect New Mexico meadow jumping mouse habitat (Photo credit: USDA Forest Service) While ...
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Jemez Creek Volunteer Project and Small Stream Fishing Clinic – July 23, 2016
WHAT:  For the past several months the lower Jemez Creek has been the site of a major Forest Service stream restoration project. Old, ineffective stream structures have been replaced, pools ...
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Rio Guadalupe Special Trout Waters
Ron Loehman, Conservation Chairman The 1.3 miles of the Rio Guadalupe from Porter’s Landing to Llano Loco Spring is designated as a Special Trout Water by the NM Game and ...
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Large Scale Gila Diversion Abandoned
The New Mexico Central Arizona Project Entity, or NMCAPE, decided to abandon an estimated billion dollar plan for capturing the river’s water, which entailed diversion of the Gila and storing ...
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June 4 Volunteer Project: Cebolla Restoration
Ron Loehman, Conservation Chairman Willow planting on the Cebolla New Mexico Trout conservation volunteers worked hard and accomplished a lot earlier this month on a series of projects on the ...
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NMT Withdraws Meadow Jumping Mouse Objections
Jerry Burton, Ron Loehman, and Art Vollmer of Trout Unlimited met with the SFNF Supervisor, Maria Garcia, her Deputy, Joe Norell, and Alan Setzer, the acting ranger on the Jemez ...
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