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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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Groups Sue EPA Over Los Alamos Pollution

Late yesterday, clean water advocates filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to force it to address extremely high urban storm water pollution in Los Alamos County, downstream from Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).

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Please Comment Now on the Carson Forest Plan!

The Carson National Forest is currently in the process of revising its Forest Plan. Now is the time to comment on the new plan and have a voice in how the forest will be managed for the next 30 years! Please comment in support of a Wetland Jewels Management and in opposition to the Forest Service's plan to remove Wild and Scenic protections from 62 segments of rivers! 
 
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Volunteer for Midnight Meadows Wetlands Restoration Work!

Camp out with the staff and volunteers from Amigos Bravos and the Albuquerque Wildlife Federation for a weekend of restoration work in Midnight Meadows, a Wetland Jewel in the Carson National Forest designated by Amigos Bravos as needing special protection. Come for a day or the whole weekend. Any help is appreciated!


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You're Invited! 2019 Rally for the Rio

Please join us for our 3rd Annual Rally for the Rio, Saturday, August 24, 2019 from Noon to 5 pm. This free public event will be held on the banks fo the Rio Grande between Pilar and Dixon at the County Line Public River Access area. It's our way of thanking our members for their support and to enage the public in the importance of water for life, wildlife a…

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Amigos Bravos Sends Notice of Intent to Sue the EPA Over Los Alamos Pollution

“This toxic pollution flows down from Los Alamos into the Rio Grande above the drinking water diversions for both Santa Fe and Albuquerque,” said Rachel Conn, projects director with Amigos Bravos. “It is long past due for EPA to take action to protect New Mexicans’ public health and environment by requiring that these toxic discharges be controlled and monitored.”

 

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