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, science, and best of all reporting the years monitoring results on a public stage. The Watershed Congress is a fabulous way for students to celebrate a year of monitoring and learning. Students share their data and learn from other students what they discovered at the river. They can also meet and mingle with other students that do the same thing they do. At the event there are also education stations provided on water quality monitoring, New Mexico snakes & lizards, Climate Change dynamics, raptors including live birds, and Rancho de los Gondrinas culture. Download the registration form, agenda, and guidance for your students to make a presentation here.
Students present to their peers in poster or PowerPoint presentations , rotate through different stations and learn a lot including about the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring program!
9:50‐‐ Arrive, set‐up presentations, mingle!
10:10 ‐‐Introductions and Activities
10:20‐‐ Student Presentations
12:00 ‐‐ please bring your own lunch this year!
12:45 ‐‐ Student Presentations
2:00 ‐‐ Closing Dismissal!!!
To Please let either Rich or Kimi know
Directions to Rancho De Los Golondrinas
Las Golondrinas is 15 miles south of Santa Fe and 45 miles north of Albuquerque, off
From Santa Fe, take I‐25 Exit 276. From Albuquerque, take Exit 276B.
Go right off the exit, so that you are headed north on NM 599 (Santa Fe Bypass); take
your first left at the light (West Frontage Road); travel roughly 1/2 miles on the frontage roadand go right on Los Pinos Road; the museum is 3.2 miles down Los Pinos Road on the
left‐hand side of the road.
Click here to download the Congress teacher RSVP 2014