The Upper Gila Watershed Alliance is a non-profit watershed protection and conservation organization working to promote the long-term health of the Upper Gila Watershed and its communities of life. Through research, education, and restoration projects, we are striving to build communities of stewards in more locally based economies.
They are holding secret meetings to cut a backroom deal that will result in an expensive, unneeded and speculative diversion and pipeline project to pump Gila River water over the Continental Divide all the way to Deming.[ MORE INFO PDF
Southwest New Mexico's long-term water needs can be met through municipal and agricultural conservation, water reuse projects, and improvements to municipal water systems.
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Tell them you want commonsense, cost-effective nondiversion alternatives to meeting our long-term water needs and to keep the Gila River free-flowing. [ TAKE ACTION! Commissioner Contact Info
As the debate continues over the Travel Management Plan in the Gila National Forest between the National Forest Service and the Grant County Board of Commissioners, Edmundo Resendez spoke with an organization that advocates for a road network that protects the forest's streams, soils, plants, and wildlife, while still allowing ample recreational access. [ TAKE ACTION! Commissioner Contact Info
KRWG - Edmundo Resendez Interview with Donna Stevens