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Tamarisk Eradication is important because invasive species represent far more than the mere substitution of one tree for another. In tamarisks’ native habitat, a whole suite of insect predators keep its proliferation in check. When tamarisk (aka salt cedar) was … Read More

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The Children’s Water Festival is a unique educational event that allows the 5th graders of Grant, Hidalgo and Luna Counties to visit and explore the Gila River and learn about the ecology of the watershed. READ MORE… The Upper Gila … Read More

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The Gila River Diversion – Dead In the Water! At last, Gila River lovers can rest easy, knowing that the river in New Mexico is protected from an ecologically harmful and ridiculously expensive diversion. Since the passage of the Arizona … Read More

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Our Mission: 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 advocacy, education, research and restoration projects, we are … Read More

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