Click here to donate to connect kids to local rivers with hands-on restoration and water monitoring activities and to get youth engaged in the civics of protecting our rivers. We receive requests each year from schools such as Raton, Springer, Grants, DeVargas Middle School and many more that we cannot provide due to funding constraints. We also engage youth in creating a Secure Water Future but cannot provide pre-Legislative lessons on the civics of water policy and law due to limited funding. Your donation will get kids outdoors and prepare the next generation to be leaders in protecting our rivers.
Thanks to Toner Mitchell for laying out some definitions of important words relating to land ethics and pubic lands. River Source has a growing and fruitful relationship with Trout Unlmited because of Toner and now the Bosque Chapter #307 in the ABQ region.
We are doing geomorphological studies of key fluvial features of several flood plains including the lower Santa Fe.... great stuff with awesome interns Victoria Atencio and Tyler Quintana. Click here to read Victoria's first blog entry!
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 »
Hi, my name is Victoria Atencio and I am 21 years old, from Santo Domingo and San Juan Pueblo. I am a Junior at New Mexico State University studying Wildlife Ecology. Every year since my freshmen year in high school, I have participated in the Tribal Youth Environmental Summer Camp (TYESC) that is hosted by [...]Read More »
How do you define “Good” and “Personal Responsibility” when it comes to public lands? Thanks to Toner Mitchell’s Truchacabra blog and work with Trout Unlimited… Read on by clicking here or copy this address…http://truchacabra.com/?p=1591 Embargo Creek in Rio Grande National Forest, Colorado (photo by Toner Michell).Read More »