Entries by Kate Rollins

Inspiration for the Day

We at the Santa Fe Watershed Association like to share articles that we feel are especially inspiring and meaningful. This conversation with photographer Chris Jordan is just that. http://www.ecoliteracy.org/essays/abiding-ocean-love-conversation-artist-chris-jordan

An Update on Climate Masters

In 2011, the State of New Mexico announced that the New Mexico Climate Masters program would be cancelled after six sessions in both Albuquerque and Santa Fe, and funding that had already been allocated for the program would not be utilized. The Santa Fe Watershed Association saw the value of this program and immediately began […]

Thanks to all who came out for Love Your River Day!

All of us at the Santa Fe Watershed Association send a big “Thank you!” from the bottom of our hearts to all who came out to celebrate “Love Your River Day.” Over 65 people of all ages joined us at Frenchy’s Field on Saturday, February 16 from 10 a.m. to noon to collect trash out […]

NM Reservoir Levels

From the National Water and Climate Center (data as of 10/31/12) Water storage in most New Mexico reservoirs remains well below total capacity and below average (Figure 7). Navajo and Heron reservoirs declined by about 48,000 and 15,000 acre-feet, respectively, in the last month. The four reservoirs on the Pecos River are only storing about […]

A Thank You Note from a Santa Fe Public Schools Teacher:

We had an AWESOME time at the field trip today!   The children learned or reviewed so many things.  They took out their tracking print cards and came to conclusions about what animals made the tracks.  They made inferences about why the trees above the watershed would have been cut down. They heard about the history […]

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Thank you Santa Fe!

Thank you to our fantastically supportive community for the many ways you gave to this event. We couldn’t do it without you! Especially:  Sprouts Market, Whole Foods, The Coca-Cola Company, The New York Deli, Liquor Barn, Vino del Corazon, Santa Fe Brewery, Albertson’s DeVargas and Carolyn Dillon. Let us not forget the incredibly generous audience that helped us fill […]