New Mexico Watershed Watch gets youth in middle and high schools across the State of New Mexico engaged in hands-on watershed science to study and report to the general public and specific data users on measurements of streamflow, pH, temperature, turbidity, nutrients, and benthic macroinvertebrate communities. Students also engage in activities to improve water quality. Project partners include the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Rio Grande Restoration, Trout Unlimited, New Mexico Wildlife Federation and the Santa Fe Watershed Association among many others.
NM Watershed Watch
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Welcome to our recently updated version of WatershedWiser.org! Sharing watershed and forest health information with the general public and funders is critical for public education & assessment of land and water health. WatershedWiser makes data sharing easy! The project receives support from the NM Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, the Cimarron Watershed Alliance, River Network, River Source and many other groups. WatershedWiser.org makes organizing your data and presenting a portfolio of projects easier by enabling you to map site locations, link the sites to photos, videos and data. . For questions or more information on WatershedWiser.org, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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