From Land and Water Program Director, Mollie Walton, PhD
January 2015 Newsletter
The New Mexico Wetland Roundtables are part of a Wetlands Program Development Grant from EPA Region 6 to foster partnerships and collaboration for the restoration and protection of wetlands and riparian resources in New Mexico and are conducted on a semi-annual schedule. If you have not attended in the past, we would like you to see what the New Mexico Wetlands Roundtable is all about.
The next meeting is March 26 (Thursday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm). This meeting will also be in celebration of Bill Zeeyk’s 80th birthday. Presentations will cover projects that highlight aspects of Bill’s career in wetland and stream restoration including: on the ground improvements, development of new restoration techniques, teaching restoration techniques to others, and new initiatives that promote volunteerism, collaboration and partnerships. This roundtable is co-sponsored by the Quivira Coalition, Albuquerque Wildlife Federation and the New Mexico Environment Department.
Location: Rotunda Meeting Room, University of New Mexico, Science and Technology Research Park, 801 University Blvd SE (Park North, 1st Floor East), Albuquerque, New Mexico. Free Parking is available at the parking structure conveniently located one block west of the building on Baseheart Road.
This is a FREE event. Space is limited and participants must be registered to attend. Please use the following link to submit your RSVP:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-mexico-wetlands-roundtable Use the password: Wetlands
Contact Shelly Barnes for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.