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.


In The Spotlight

Midnight Meadows Restoration August 18-20

Join Amigos Bravos and the Albuquerque Wildlife Federation for a weekend (or a day) of restoration work at Midnight Meadows, a Wetland Jewel located in the Carson National Forest near Questa, New Mexico. The site is about an hour drive from Taos. Dates: Friday evening, August 18, 2017 thru Sunday morning August 20, 2017


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Management Area Proposal for the Valle Vidal

On February 14, 2017, a land management proposal was submitted to the U.S. Forest Service that focuses on preserving the Valle Vidal's unique water, agriculture, wildlife, educational, and recreational resources for future generations to enjoy. The proposal, submitted as part of the Carson National Forest's Forest Plan Revision Process, was a collaborative e…

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11th Annual Taos River and Land Clean Up

Everyone is invited to join the 2017, 11th Annual Taos River and Land Cleanup, a county-wide effort to clean our watershed, community and hiking trails.
DATE: Saturday, July 29th, 2017. TIME: 8am – 2pm (Lunch served at 1:00pm)
TAOS AND QUESTA VOLUNTEERS: 8am meet at St. James Episcopal Church (Taos), and 8am in Questa at the Questa Visitor's Center.

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Rally for the Rio 2017 - Thank You!

Your generous support of the 2017 Rally for the Rio allows us to tackle unexpected water-related issues that arise in communities across New Mexico during the next year. We couldn't do it without you! A special Thank You to all of the Sponsors and volunteers who made this event possible!

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