Conservation

Rio Guadalupe Cleanup – Saturday April 9
New Mexico Trout has a tradition of welcoming the Spring opening of FR 376 between the Gilman Tunnels and Porter’s Landing with a volunteer trash pickup. That Forest Service road ...
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Preserving Riparian Corridors

The linked YouTube video describes a long-term restoration project along Dixie Creek, a small stream near Elko, Nevada. Thirty-two years ago, the BLM fenced a segment of the creek to ...
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Stream Temperature Monitoring in Jemez Streams
Water temperature critically affects the suitability of a given stream for health and survival of trout. New Mexico Trout is embarking on a project with the Santa Fe National Forest ...
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Volunteers needed for RG cutthroat stocking - October 19
Staff from Bandelier National Monument and NMDGF will be stocking RGCT into Capulin Creek the morning of Tuesday October 19th. They have requested volunteers from TU and NM Trout to ...
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Conservation Project Report- Rio de las Vacas
About twenty volunteers from NM Trout and the Truchas Chapter of Trout Unlimited joined forces on a conservation project, along with two grazing permitees ...
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Rio Guadalupe Nominated for Outstanding National Resource Water
by Ron Loehman, Conservation Chair The following is an excerpt from the NM Trout’s testimonial submitted in support of the Rio Guadalupe nomination as Outstanding National Resource Water (ONRW). The ...
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On-Line Workshop on Beavers as Mother Nature's Environmental Engineers
When Europeans first came to North America, beaver were everywhere. Nowadays, not so much. Researchers are recognizing that beavers can be a very effective means to improve stream quantity and ...
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New Study Explains How Brown Trout Replace Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout in New Mexico Streams
Hint: It’s Not Because They Eat Them A summary of research by Lauren Flynn New Mexico State University Reported by Ron Loehman, Conservation Chairman Brown trout tend to replace Rio Grande ...
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