Conservation

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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Proposal for Greater Protections for Northern New Mexico Rivers
A working group comprised of individuals, environmental, and recreation groups is developing a proposal to the NM Water Quality Control Commission to secure greater protections for the upper Rio Grande, ...
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Trespass Cattle Degrading Streams on the Valles Caldera National Preserve
Recently, some New Mexico Trout members have reported encountering large numbers of cattle in and along the Rio San Antonio and the Rio de los Indios in the Valles Caldera ...
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New Riparian Restoration Program for Streams on New Mexico National Forests
The Carson, Cibola, and Santa Fe National Forests and the Kiowa National Grasslands have announced the release of the Draft Environmental Assessment for Northern New Mexico Riparian, Aquatic and Wetland ...
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Conservation Update - Spring 2020
New Mexico Trout will have an active 2020 volunteer program … but the dates have not yet been set. Projects include cleanup of the Rio Guadalupe corridor, willow planting and ...
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Phyllis Martinez Retires from The US Forest Service 
For many years, Phyllis Martinez was an important part of the New Mexico Trout conservation program. She retired this past July from her job as a ranger in the Jemez ...
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Twenty-One Volunteers on the Last Project of the Season
Twenty-one members of New Mexico Trout, Trout Unlimited, and the Albuquerque Wildlife Federation met on the Rio Cebolla on October 26th for our last work project of the year - ...
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Volunteers needed – conservation project October 26
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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