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Become a Citizen Scientist

Free water quality sampling training - Taos; Saturday, May 14, 10am-noon at Fred Baca Park. Sponsored by the Sierra Club, Amigos Bravos and other organizations ... Read More

Climate change and Albuquerque’s drinking water

Climate change and Albuquerque's drinking water
By the 1990s, it was apparent that Albuquerque and Bernalillo County did not sit over a water supply the size of Lake Michigan as previously thought. The Albuquerque Basin Aquifer was being depleted faster than it was able to recharge ... Read More

Court provides big stream-access victory

Court provides big stream-access victory
New Mexico conservation groups won a victory for public access to streams and rivers with a March ruling by the state Supreme Court.  ... Read More

NM dairy agrees to pollution-cleanup plan

NM dairy agrees to pollution-cleanup plan
After two years of negotiations, Del Oro Dairy in Anthony, NM, has agreed to several modifications to its original plan to capture polluted shallow groundwater from beneath its facility.  This revised plan is the culmination of efforts between  the New ... Read More