Amigos Bravos

Because Water Matters — Since 1988

We have a vision of New Mexico’s rivers and streams running so clear and clean that you can bend a knee to the water, cup your hands, and drink without fear.

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Tell Trump - People NOT Polluters - No Rollbacks on EPA Regulations

Comments Due May 15th! Under the name of "regulatory reform" Trump is proposing to rollback the human health and environmental safeguards that are critical in protecting the water we all drink, the air we all breathe, and the food we all eat. Please take the time to send a comment to EPA expressing your concern about rolling back environmental…

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Rally for the Rio 2017 - Renew Your Membership Now!

The 2017 Rally for the Rio fundraising drive has begun! To become a member of Amigos Bravos and protect and restore the waters of New Mexico, start or renew your memberhip here. The culmination of this fundraiser will be an exciting celebration for the community near the Taos Junction bridge in the Orilla Verde unit of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument (off Highway 68 in Pilar) on June 17th from 12-6pm.

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Rio Fernando Watershed Based Plan Public Meeting #2 at 5:30pm

The 2nd Rio Fernando Public Meeting will be held in the Kit Carson Electric Coop Board Room (118 Cruz Alta Road, Taos) at 5:30pm on May 15th. The purpose of the meeting will be to update the public on the Watershed Based Planning project, and to answer questions from the community.
 

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BLM Gives Go-Ahead for New Mexico Gas Company Taos Mainline Re-route Project

The $14 million project is expected to begin in August, according to both the gas company and the BLM. The pipeline currently runs along the west side of the Río Grande between Rinconada and Pilar, where shifting soils and active geology have put the pipeline at risk of rupture and damage for at least the past three decades. The project will eliminate two crossings under the Río Grande and remove pipeline infrastructure from a Native American site. After construction, the pipeline will run along the east side of State Road 68.

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Town of Taos Easter Event - Thank You for Joining Us!

The Town of Taos Community Events, Taos Youth & Family Center and Taos Swimming Pool had a fanastic time hosting the 12th Annual Wet ‘N’ Wild Easter Event. Amigos Bravos hosted the Fishing Booth, featuring magnetic fish, free prizes, and temporary tatoos. Hundreds of children stopped by. We look forward to participating in this fun community …

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