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
We are honored to work with these six amazing youth at our first Watershed Academy and see them head of to be watershed resilience superheroes!
Do community science by tracking New Mexico plants and animals in the 2020 Wildlife Challenge! You can get engaged with caring for the wildlife near your home by getting outdoors and using your phone to take photos, geolocate where you took the photos and name what you see with iNaturalist. Click here for more info.
River Source is partnering with Acequia Agua Fria to write the first-ever Soil Health Curriculum for New Mexico youth this spring. But we need contributions to create on-line versions of the materials and support to deliver the content to more students. We are seeking $3,000 by the May 31, 2020 to cover costs for curriculum development and online delivery.
Hey y’all! I’m Natasha Sanchez from Santo Domingo Pueblo. I am a recent graduate from the Santa Fe Indian School, now headed to New Mexico State University this fall to study Environmental Science or something related in the S.T.E.M field. November of 2018 is when I became acquainted with River Source. My high school hosted […]Read More »
My name is Angelica Lovato. I live in Questa, NM. I am 14 years old, and I am going to be a freshman at Questa High School. I have always really enjoyed science, and my middle school science teacher is the one who referred me for this internship. She saw that I show a lot […]Read More »
Dominic Torres is what people know me as — I’m one of the special two to get chosen on this internship opportunity with River Source. This experience gave me chances to do hands on stuff that I wouldn’t have been able to do anywhere else. I want to succeed in wildlife biology after my last […]Read More »