Santa Fe River “Hunter’s Moon” Clean-Up Saturday, October 19, 2013 Clean-Up: 10:00am – Noon Picnic: 12:30 – 2:00pm Where: Monsignor Patrick Smith Park (on East Alameda) in Santa Fe The October Full Moon (October 18, 5:38 PM mountain time, 2013) is the Hunter’s Moon. The Clean-Up – This is our third All-River Clean-Up of 2013. […]
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FREE!!! Volunteer Erosion Control Workshop with Bill Zeedyk Instruction and hands-on construction of erosion control structures including media lunas, one-rock dams, a rock baffle, Zuni bowl and rolling dips. Bill has over 50 years experience in natural resource conservation and management and has conducted numerous hands-on training workshops throughout the Southwest. Saturday, September 28th 9 […]
For more information on the prescribed burns in and around the Santa Fe Watershed, please visit these links: New Mexico Fire Information Santa Fe National Forest Facebook page
Thank you to all who shopped at Whole Foods Market on May 22 for Community Support Day for the Santa Fe Watershed Association!!!
Join us for this wonderous float down a sweet reach of the Rio Chama with three of New Mexico’s ardent conservationists. Stimulating conversation, sensational stories, and much laughter, guaranteed! Click here for much more information and to Register.
As of Friday, May 3rd, the City of Santa Fe began bypassing water to the Santa Fe River corridor. Please see the Santa Fe New Mexican article here.
The Santa Fe Watershed Association is proud to present two more days of TREE PLANTINGS to supplement the Santa Fe River Greenway restoration project. Drop by and plant a tree, learn about the restoration that has occurred, and enjoy refreshments in return for your help! Where: Along the River Trail upstream of Frenchy’s Field footbridge. […]
An early spring “pulse” of Santa Fe River target flows began on Monday, March 18. On Monday, March 25, water was flowing as far as the Delgado Bridge. By Tuesday morning, flows were reaching Sandoval Street and may have reached Guadalupe Street by the afternoon!
This just in from Abby Goldfarb, an Americorps Volunteer with EarthCare from students at Tesuque Elementary: The 3rd grade students at Tesuque Elementary are making delightful bracelets to raise money for the Santa Fe Watershed Association. We have been studying the importance of water in our garden class and want to spread the message to […]