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1413 Second St.
Santa Fe
New Mexico 87505
USA
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The Santa Fe Watershed Association formed to restore the Santa Fe River to a living river; to protect the long-term integrity of the watershed of the Santa Fe River, from Lake Peak to the Rio Grande; to balance human uses with natural resource protection within the Santa Fe River watershed; and to accomplish these goals through education and research, by providing input into governmental planning, permits and projects, and by engaging in on-the-ground projects of riparian and watershed restoration. The Santa Fe Watershed Association will strive to find common ground among different points of view regarding treatment of the river and its watershed. Where our research brings us to a conclusion that there is one best course of action, we will advocate that course of action civilly and respectfully among the citizens of the Santa Fe watershed and if necessary in the wider political arena.
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04/27/12
The Santa Fe Watershed Association (SFWA) is active in three major areas: education, advocacy, and restoration around Santa Fe's river and watershed. SFWA is a clearinghouse in Santa Fe and NM for watershed issues and serves as an umbrella for Santa Fe's community in engaging our watershed. Most ... more »
04/19/12
In New Mexico, water is life, el agua es la vida. The Santa Fe Watershed Association works to return the Santa Fe River to a living river bringing life to the earth, plants, animals and people of New Mexico. This is essential to the continued survival of our interconnected habitats & communities. ... more »
The Santa Fe Watershed Association is a remarkable organization that is active in three major areas: education, advocacy, and restoration. Among other things, they lead hikes into the protected upper watershed area, teach students in Santa Fe's schools, lead workshops about adapting to climate ... more »
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