Water forum TamarahP. Sfis.

Although i was unable to go to the confrence. The one thing that interests me from watching the video was that there are different ways to get rid of all the bacteria and chemicals in things. I found out that you can use earth worms or mushrooms to get rid of the bacteria. This shows […]


All the panelists who participated in the Youth Water Forum 2013 provided me with information not only related to water rights and policies, but efforts of conservation. There are efforts of conserving waste water and filtering out the harmful and toxic chemicals and materials; there are efforts of participating in the legislative part of water […]

Water Forum

Every one of those panelist that participated had a lot to say, they all had very important information to give us. Each question that was asked was a very good question. Each panelist was able to give us knowledge about that subject and give us different answers to each question. Each answer was different but […]

water forum

the water forum that was held on 31st of january had alot of information that they gave us. i had learned alot about water and soil and how and where it is used they said some of the states dont really have water and its hard for farmers to plant or irrigate. panelists said that […]

The panel discussion acknowledged me ,as an individual, with great source and information. The given information from the different questions asked had answered my thoughts of today’s climate change, to taking pills, and to the end of the calender of December 21, 2012. The discussion not only gave information but inspiration to us, the youth, the generation […]

Thanks for a very insightful forum

My thanks and congratulations to Rich, Carlos, all of the panelists, and all the students who helped make this one of the best forums to date. Mark Ericson

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Youth will be meeting with representatives on climate and water issues..click here to see  their stories…To blog: 1st  login by going the bottom of the RiverSource.net front page & clicking on “Student Login”.  2nd, enter the username /password you have from your teacher. Third, click on “Posts” and “Add New”.  Then start blogging!  Click to the right for guidance […]

Where does all the stormwater go?

I’m honored to work with some great practitioners of watershed science.  One of them, Aaron Kauffman of Southwest Urban Hydrology, told me that stormwater is one of the most under utilized resources in Santa Fe. I’ve heard the same from my friend, colleague and mayor, David Coss.  He guesstimated that Santa Fe could gain as […]

What is the real minimum of daily water needed to lead a normal life?

My neighbor, Louise Pape, inspires me and many others with all she has accomplished in her life.  But one of the most exciting experiments she tried was to see how little water she could use and still lead a normal life (without neighbors avoiding you because of your odor).  Louise was profiled in National Geographic […]

Watershed Congress

Watershed Congress Where: Rancho De los Golondrinas in La Cienega, NM When: April 24th 2013 10:00 am-2:00 pm Who: Held in cooperation with Watershed Watch and the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP) The Watershed Congress is an annual event that brings student from WW and BEMP together for a day long event full of fun, […]