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.


Double your Donation by Joining the Challenge Match before Sept 30th

 Dear Friend and Supporter of Amigos Bravos:

I invite you to participate in a very special opportunity to celebrate our 29th anniversary of Amigos Bravos’ work to protect and restore New Mexico’s rivers. This year saw many successes and new opportunities to improve water quality across the state. Donate using this link:

A one-time Challenge gift of $14,500 has been set up through the commitment and generosity of an anonymous donor who has a long history of supporting the work of Amigos Bravos. To make this challenge a reality, all contributions of up to $300 per individual (or $600 per couple) will be matched dollar for dollar until San Geronimo Day (September 30th).

Please know that your matching gift will be invested in our commitment to keep New Mexico’s rivers and streams running clear and clean. The funds raised through the Challenge will help ensure that we have the flexibility to tackle emerging issues as they arise, even in this challenging political environment. Amigos Bravos is dedicated to making sure that New Mexico’s waters can support wildlife, agriculture, recreation, and human health. In service to these commitments, we are building a successful movement of informed and engaged advocates throughout New Mexico. By contributing now, you can double the impact of your gift, which will help ensure the continued effectiveness and staying power of Amigos Bravos.

Please help us raise the match by sending your donation during the month of September and please do not hesitate to call me if you would like to discuss this opportunity or have any questions or suggestions about our work. With sincere gratitude for all that you have shared with Amigos Bravos in the past, I promise that we will put your generosity to good use ensuring that the rivers of New Mexico continue to thrive and, thereby, the communities and wildlife that depend on them.


Joe Zupan, P.E.?
Executive Director?
Amigos Bravos