Photo of the Rio Grande Bosque by Bryan Raymond

Albuquerque is one of only two urban places in the country that protects its riparian zone as a natural place rather than a developed urban park.

To help protect what makes our Bosque so special, we’re forming a Bosque Sentinels Program. If you are interested, you can select a part of the Bosque that you’d like to monitor. You’ll get to know the terrain and be able to report to Open Space if there are litter, fire or vandalism problems. You’ll get to know the different projects that the Army Corp, MRGCD or the City are carrying out and be able to interpret those projects to other users. You also might become a trained outings leader and take people to visit the area.

If you’d like to get involved please email savethebosque@gmail.com or check out our Bosque Sentinels page on our Save the Bosque site: http://www.savethebosque.org/the-bosque-sentinels/.
Featured Photo by Bryan Raymond

Be an Abq Bosque Sentinel and protect urban open space