Water Related Events

Upcoming Events

 

Rio Chama Congresso 2021

Feb. 27, Mar. 2, Mar. 10, Mar. 13 (Virtual)

Our sixth annual Rio Chama Watershed Partnership Congreso is being held virtually through four 2-hour long sessions, across a period of two weeks, beginning on February 27, 2021. This year's theme is focused on "Uniting our Watershed" and the Partnership has invited local landowners, state and federal agency representatives, business owners, students, and educators young and old, to share with us their experiences in our shared landscape.

The Congreso concept is that collaborative decision-making can combine local knowledge with scientific management to sustain indigenous cultures, provide educational and economic opportunity for young residents and protect our resources. Details.

 

Land and Water Summit

Xeriscape Council of New Mexico
February 24-26 (Virtual)

The goal of the Land and Water Summit is to bring together design professionals, construction and management companies, agencies, farmers, artists, teachers, hydrologists, ranchers, climatologists, wildlife advocates, homeowners, and policy makers to find sustainable ways to protect and share our state’s water and resources. 

Join us online for our first virtual event as we present the first Green Stormwater Infrastructure Awards entries, topical, stimulating presentations from accomplished experts in their fields, moderated panel discussions, and open forums in which you can participate! Details.

 

 

Past Events

 

Lower Rio Grande Hearings June 18 & 29, 2020

Las Cruces, El Paso

The International Boundary and Water Commission will hold hearings in Las Cruces and El Paso June 18 and 19 on the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Continued Implementation of the River Management Plan (RMP) in the Rio Grande Canalization Projectis available for public review and comment. The RMP covers levee maintenance, vegetation management, continued implementation and maintenance of restoration sites, endangered species management, channel maintenance and channel maintenance alternatives. Details.

 

UNM's Fourth Resilience Colloquium

Aug. 6-7, 2019

On the interconnections between Sustainable Urban Systems (SUSs) and the rural settings on which they depend and impact. Details.