Conservation

Conservation Project October 20
Beaver Dam Analogs are gaining recognition as an important stream restoration tool. The structures function similar to beaver dams by slowing the water down, spreading it out, and causing sediment ...
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Volunteer conservation project – Saturday, April 28
Volunteers will help construct flow structures (beaver dam analogs) on the Rio Cebolla – Saturday, April 28 ...
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Rio Ruidoso Reclassification as 'Cool Water' Stream
The combination of warm temperatures, low atmospheric pressures that occur at relatively high elevation and low dissolved oxygen are the basis for reclassifcation of the Rio Ruidoso ...
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Peralta Creek After the Las Conchas Fire
We revisted Peralta Canyon, site of the 2011 Los Conchas Fire. We found that the canyon and the creek were mostly unaffected by the fire ...
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Unique NM License Plate Offered
NM anglers can show their pride and support conservation with a special ediiton Rio Grande cutthroat trout license plate. Initial cost for the plate is $27, with $15 going to ...
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New Mexico Grazing Rights Case Ruling
A federal court recently ruled against motions filed several years ago by a group of ranchers seeking continued grazing rights on land in New Mexico that has been used by ...
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working on the BDA
About a dozen New Mexico Trout volunteers spent the last Saturday in October assisting US Forest Service personnel in constructing structures in the Rio Cebolla called "Beaver Dam Analogs." ...
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Pikeminnow in San Juan

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From the June 2017 newsletter The endangered Colorado Pikeminnow is showing signs of recovering its diminished population in the San Juan River basin. The lower reaches of the San Juan ...
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