San Juan River

San Juan River Workgroup Meeting (Pagosa Springs, CO)

11/29/2010 5:30 pm

At the Ross Aragon Community Center in Pagosa Springs.

San Juan River Workgroup Meeting (Pagosa Springs, CO)

10/28/2010 5:30 pm
10/28/2010 8:30 pm

Join the San Juan River Workgroup, Thursday, October 28, 2010 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm at the Ross Aragon Community Center in Pagosa Springs. For more information contact the facilitator Marsha Porter-Norton at [email protected] or (970) 759-3110.   

San Juan River Workgroup Meeting

09/23/2010 5:30 pm
09/23/2010 8:30 pm

Meeting to be held at the Ross Aragon Community Center. For more information contact Marsha Porter-Norton, Facilitator, River Protection Workgroup
970-247-8306 or [email protected].

June 12, 2010--Water gurus flock to area (Cortez Journal)

About 100 water professionals, farmers, state lawmakers and local residents got a taste this week of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education's annual River Basin Tour along the Dolores and San Juan rivers to catch up on watershed restoration, water management and planning.

San Juan River Workgroup Meeting (Pagosa Springs, CO)

05/27/2010 5:30 pm
05/27/2010 8:30 pm

To be held at the Ross Aragon Community Center – Cafeteria. For more information contact Marsha Porter-Norton at [email protected] or 759-3110.  

April 20, 2010--Next stop: water on tap (High Country News)

For some Navajos, the wait for running water is almost over. Last Monday marked the dedication ceremony for the Eastern Navajo Waterline, which will pipe groundwater from northern areas of the New Mexico half of the Nation (near Nageezi) to the water-starved southern part (around Pueblo Pintado).

San Juan River Workgroup Meeting (Pagosa Springs, CO)

04/22/2010 5:30 pm
04/22/2010 8:30 pm

Ross Aragon Community Center cafeteria. For more information, contact Marsha Porter-Norton.

April 5, 2010--Project creates habitat for San Juan trout (Durango Herald)

The Bureau of Land Management has put 26 boulders in the San Juan River near Navajo Dam to improve fishing conditions. The work was done last week across a 200-yard stretch known as the Trucha Rosilla day-use area, about five miles below the northwestern New Mexico dam and beyond the boundary of the San Juan River's designated quality waters.

January 14, 2010--Public meeting will look at river enhancements (Pagosa Daily Post)

There will be an opportunity for members of the public to view and comment on the proposed design for two whitewater features to be constructed in the Town Park stretch of the San Juan River later this month. Construction of at least one of the proposed features is tentatively slated for this spring, with the possibility of an additional feature being constructed in the fall.

January 10, 2010--Forecasts expect runoff to be low in New Mexico rivers (Durango Herald)

Spring runoff is expected to be below average in New Mexico's two major river systems this spring, according to National Weather Service forecasts. The Rio Grande is expected to see only 91 percent of average runoff into Elephant Butte Reservoir north of Truth or Consequences, according to Ed Polasko of the NWS.

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