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Dave DuBois Jan 25
Timelapse view of Elephant Butte in 2019 from the Sentinel-2 satellite. Storage in 2019 started out at 115,976 acre-feet on Jan. 1, 2019 and ended at 557,291 on Dec. 31, 2019.
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Redtailed Muse Aug 28
Every time we pass over a river, I yell out, "HI RIVER" and the kids follow. Today, as I approached the Bosque driving on Bridge Blvd, my 2 year old yells out, "HI RIVER, YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL" and this is why we greet our waters
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UNMwater Jan 13
Federal proposal change clean water act is creating a lot of uncertainty here in New Mexico
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Alex Rinehart 13 Dec 18
Yesterday, we took water samples in the western San Agustin Plain. Short days make for beautiful sunsets in the field.
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Gila Conservation Coalition Dec 21
Great news! Dept of Interior denies extension for diversion, cutting off $50M+ for construction of harmful project. Now we need to use fed funds on priority water projects to bring real water security to SWNM!
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WildEarth Guardians' Wild Rivers Program Jan 13
(CFS): : ice Junction Bridge: 417 : 564 San Marcial : 518 Below Elephant Butte: 0.86
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Hannah Colton Oct 13
“I want us to be able to create the community that we want, that will serve us, that will feed us." If you also worry about the future of agriculture & ... get around to reading this great piece on acequia governance in Northern NM 🙏
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Maria Lane Dec 29
If you are a New Mexican and you aren't watching these episodes, please sit down and start right now. Good stuff
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Byron Morton KOAT Jul 6
Arroyo rescue just happened in the North Diversion channel near Menaul
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Galen Hecht Apr 1
Curious about what waterways around the Rio Grande will lose protections with Trump's Clean Water Act rollbacks? All of these in red:
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Susan M. Bryan Apr 23
Love seeing the Rio Grande this full. Last year this time, water managers were laying the groundwork for partnerships to provide enough water to keep the river flowing in the Albuquerque reach through the summer.
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Jim O'Donnell Oct 16
Hey this is the Oso Diversion dam up in the mtns SE of Pagosa Springs. And this is where a sizable chunk of your water comes from. Oso is operated by the Bureau of Reclamation and is the start of the San Juan-Chama Project.
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Byron Morton KOAT Jul 6
doors open for biz! Check out that stream of moisture into See you @ 5 & 6 pm on
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Jim O'Donnell 18h
"When loneliness comes stalking, go into the fields, consider the orderliness of the world. Notice something you have never noticed before" - Mary Oliver. Pecos River. New Mexico.
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Jen Pelz Jan 9
. fearless attorney, Samantha Ruscavage-Barz argued before the hearings officer of the State Engineer yesterday arguing enough is enough with 80+ years of extensions. It's not the wild west anymore--we demand .
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PHXWater Director Feb 7
Thank you Director Mark Sanchez from Albuquerque Bernalillo Water Authority for hosting . Your water management strategies are a model for the west.
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Santa Fe Fireshed Oct 16
Prescribed Protection Why fire holds the keys to securing fresh water and adapting to a changing climate| Santa Fe Reporter
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ah ah Mar 20
The Frijoles Creek is running strong!
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Melanie Stansbury Oct 24
Had such an awesome day at talking about water and the Water Data Act. So proud of the amazing work the Bureau of Geology and all of our agencies are doing to bring Water data to our communities! ⭐️
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Hot & Dry Mar 12
The episode you’ve been waiting for is here! We sat down with journalist to celebrate the snowpack, bemoan the dry ground it’ll melt into, and consider how freaked out we should be by our too-close-to-empty reservoirs.
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