their Santa Fe River upper watershed
Ojo Encino Youth Crew working with Craig Sponholtz & Quivira Coalition
East Fork of the Jemez on the Valles Caldera
Seeking insects to help inform us about the health of our rivers
think like a watershed
Hello, my name is Anthony Herrera and I am 22 years old from Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico. I’m an enrolled college student at CNM majoring in Biology. I have hopes of a future career working in the outdoors with the environment and wildlife. The summer internship of 2018 with River Source has been hands down […]
This Labor Day, we are teaming up with Jack Johnson on his 2018 Tour and All At Once, a social action network connecting nonprofits with people who want to become active in their local and world community. Help us raise funds! Jack Johnson’s charity is matching donations contributed to us at the show or directly to our organization from July 1 – September 15, 2018, up to a total of $2500. Make a contribution using the memo "All at Once" and your money will be doubled by the Johnson Ohana Foundation!
River Source organized a panoply of green jobs workshops, info sessions, and job fairs in 2017! Check out our 2017 Green Jobs report.
Hello, my name is Anthony Herrera and I am 22 years old from Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico. I’m an enrolled college student at CNM majoring in Biology. I have hopes of a future career working in the outdoors with the environment and wildlife. The summer internship of 2018 with River Source has been hands down […]Read More »
I am Cochiti. I am Ohkay Owingeh. I am a daughter. I am a sister, I am a granddaughter. I am a community member. I am defined by my duties to those around me such as my beautiful family and my entire community who influence my daily life and have shaped the vision and goals […]Read More »
My name is Elena Gonzales, and I live north of Santa Fe, New Mexico, in a small town in the Española Valley. I will be entering my senior year of high school this upcoming August. At home, I am surrounded by mountains, and have grown to appreciate the land I live in. Many of my childhood […]Read More »
trickle ripple chirp swish squawk peep crackle crunch babble bubble whirl swirl swoosh spatter On a walk to the Santa Fe River we encounter the substance permeating our existence: water. The river is being opened up and repopulated with life; trails make it more accessible and it is increasingly safe in the public’s eye. In […]Read More »