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River Source turns 20 years-old next year. We want to share a few of our recent accomplishments in watershed education and watershed conservation that we've accomplished with amazing partners -- click here to see some recent photos of youth in action and pre-post photos of erosion control and raingarden work!
Ever work on an interdisciplinary team on a project that lasts more than 5 years, with a client that doesn't have a clear idea on what they want, and the funding exceeds $2 million? Click on the light bulb for Rich's reflections on restoration work on the Rio Santa Fe, part 2 of 3
When I started intensive work on the Santa Fe River in 2007 I was a relative newbie to the practice of fluvial geomorphology. And yet I soon found myself running laser-level surveys and coordinating a team including some of the best in the business of innovative and proven practices in stabilizing river banks, reconnecting incised […]Read More »
I present a series of blogs in 3 parts: 1st = how did we get here, 2nd = what is happening now, and 3rd = what is suggested for increasing ecological health and park values. How did we get here (1 of 3 parts). I’ve been bothered watching a section of river degrade in my neighborhood, […]Read More »
I was graced by a call from my wonderful neighbor and Santa Fe native, Zelie Pollon, who is now on news staff duties at KSFR and doing a great job. She asked me about River Source restoration, water harvesting, and planning work in the City and County of Santa Fe and I suggested we talk […]Read More »
Yoo!.. I’m Tyler Quintana from Cochiti Pueblo; I am a farmer and an outdoorsman. Participating in my traditional practices helps me understand the importance of our environment. I’d like to have a career in the natural resources to try and restore the Rio Grande and Santa Fe River that flow though my pueblo. I also […]Read More »