4 edition of Record of decision Santa Fe municipal watershed project found in the catalog.
Record of decision Santa Fe municipal watershed project
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southwestern Region in [Albuquerque, N.M.?]
Written in English
|Other titles||Santa Fe municipal watershed project|
|Statement||U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southwestern Region.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
reducing fuels on National Forest Service system lands within the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed. I am informing you about this action because of your past interest in the watershed. The area of the proposed fuel reduction is located approximately 4 miles east of Santa Fe, upstream from the McClure Reservoir. Santa Fe Watershed Association, Santa Fe. likes. Support a Living River!Followers:
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(Record Group 49) (bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Correspondence Records relating to lands administration Other records RECORDS OF OPERATING . Figure 1: Santa Fe River Figure 2: Santa Fe River Although the amount of precipitation has not declined over the years, ground water levels have in fact diminished, as can be seen in Figure 1 and 2. Due to the scarce amount of available water, the city of Santa Fe has established dams to control the water flow of the Santa Fe River.
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The watershed is located on public lands managed by the US Forest Service (USFS) and comprises approximat acres, of wh acres are within the Pecos Wilderness Area. 1 As with the City of Denver, the drinking water supply for Santa Fe residents is dependent on maintaining a healthy forest and a watershed that is resilient to severe wildfires.
The year Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Plan, adopted by the City Council through Resolution No. establishes the method and plan for forest treatments, the protocol for water quality and quantity monitoring, and recommends establishing a permanent funding source financed by rate payers for the ongoing protection of the watershed.
Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Project Update Northwest of the City resides the Santa Fe Watershed, a 17, acre municipal watershed, a mostly uninhabited site.
Out of acres encompassing the watershed, the SFNF is responsible Half of the SFNF acreage is located in the Pecos Wilderness, where. The Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Pecos Wilderness Prescribed Burn Project is located in the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) east of the City of Santa Fe (the City), in Santa Fe County, New Mexico.
The project encompasses an area approximately 8, acres in size. Highlights of the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Project (SFMWP) include a strong focus on restoration and a sound monitoring plan.
In many ways the SFMWP is a poster child for collaboration between the USFS and the environmental community. The USFS created a consensus based process that ultimately secured the support of the Santa Fe. About the Watershed The Santa Fe Municipal Watershed provides water for approximat households and businesses within the City of Santa Fe and surrounding communities.
The municipal watershed comprises the up acres of the Santa Fe river basin. Two reservoirs hold approximately 4, acre feet. Lincoln Avenue Santa Fe, New Mexico View our location on a map View Staff Directory | Contact Us.
The mailing address is: City of Santa Fe. The Santa Fe River begins in the upper reaches of the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed at Santa Fe Lake and runs 46 miles to the confluence with the Rio Grande. Downstream from the lake, the river picks up additional runoff from the watershed as it travels toward the City of Santa Fe's two man-made, potable water supply reservoirs.
River & watershed section. The River, Watershed and Trails Section implements the design and construction of the following projects: Santa Fe River and Watershed Improvement History.
Multiuse Urban and Recreational Trails. Contact Information: Melissa McDonald, RLA River and Watershed Manager () [bot protected email address] Zoe. Bids will be received by the City of Santa Fe and will be delivered to City of Santa Fe, Purchasing Office, Lincoln Ave, Room Santa Fe, New Mexico Septem until P.M.
local prevailing time. Any bid received after this deadline will not be considered. the Santa Ana River Conservation and Conjunctive Use Project (SARCCUP).
Successfully complete the implementation of the Department of Water Resources (DWR) Water- Energy Disadvantaged Communities (DAC) grant program in the watershed known as WECAN.
The Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Project (SFMWP) has been the main focus for addressing this problem. The process to develop the SFMWP began in when the City of Santa Fe funded an existing conditions study to investigate the Watershed.
A Local Approach: Santa Fe River Watershed Forty percent of the municipal water supply for Santa Fe’s 80, residents comes from the Santa Fe River, which flows from the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, just east of town. Most of the river’s watershed lies in the Santa Fe File Size: 4MB.
S n Program l Watershed 0 This master plan provides a framework and recommendations for long term management, outreach, and funding for the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed.
The ongoing collaborative work in the municipal watershed is known as the Watershed. Despite concerns from environmentalists and downstream irrigators, the city of Santa Fe will begin the design and construction of a roughly mile pipeline that would funnel treated wastewater.
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Paige Grant, Watershed West, [email protected], Lejano Lane, Santa Fe, NM, The City of Santa Fe maintains two reservoirs in the municipal watershed. Day Hikes in the Santa Fe Area, Eight Edition.
We publish the 8th edition of the popular Day Hikes in the Santa Fe Area guidebook. It is available at most Santa Fe book stores and in local REI outlets. The 8th edition is not available through Amazon.
If you cannot find a. Forest and Water Climate Adaptation: A Plan for the Santa Fe Watershed 9 FOREWORD Inthe Model Forest Policy Program (MFPP), the Cumberland River Compact, and Headwaters Economics came together with the Santa Fe Watershed Association and the City of.
NM Water Rights Reporting System (NMWRRS) Water Rights Database Lookup. NMWRRS provides on-line access to OSE water right files including electronic images of water right documents and downloadable well reports, driller license reports, point of diversion reports and subdivision reports.
The system also provides a UTM conversion tool. The Santa Fe Watershed Association (SFWA), headed by Paige Grant, took responsibility for coordinating the monitoring plan. The Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) in Albuquerque, New Mexico funded half of the monitoring plan (3, acres) and .Beginning in the summer of the Santa Fe Watershed Association resumed hikes into the watershed to showcase and monitor the on-going work.
From through the summer of the SFWA and the City worked together to hold hikes through the SF Watershed to promote the thinning project, but they ceased after the SFMWP EIS was completed.Santa Fe County, New Mexico has 1 record of water rights on public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
City State Category Interest Relationship Total Rights Authorized Rights 0 0 0 0 0 El Rancho Santa Fe New Mexico 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Galisteo Santa Fe New Mexico 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jacona Santa Fe New Mexico 2 0 0 2 0 0.