Volunteers Needed for the Santa Fe River and Arroyos !
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
55 people are interested
The Santa Fe Watershed Association invites you to join our strong, volunteer based, Adopt the River-Arroyo program to help the Santa Fe River and local arroyos!
We need volunteers to help rescue these unique gems of open space from extrodianary amounts of trash. As you know pollutants like these endanger the health of our drinking water and the environment.
Volunteers like you, keep our River and Arroyos a pleasant refuge for all. Volunteers like you with boots on and bag in hand make a difference.
We welcome your help any time.
Volunteer with the Santa Fe Watershed Association today!
About The Santa Fe Watershed Association
1413 2ND ST STE 3, SANTA FE, NM 87505, US
Established in 1999 , t he mission of the Santa Fe Watershed Association is to protect and restore the health and vibrancy of the Santa Fe River and its watershed for the benefit of people and the environment. We achieve this through education, restoration, stewardship, and advocacy. From the River’s headwaters to the Rio Grande, we honor the connection of people and the watershed.
The Santa Fe area faces the ongoing danger of catastrophic fire in our overgrown upper watershed, above the City drinking supply reservoirs. Management of the forests that safeguard the reservoirs has been an important theme for the Watershed Association, but in the past few years we have given new attention to the middle and lower stretches of the river. In particular, we are advocating restoration of consistent flow to the river to support vegetation and wildlife habitat, while recharging the groundwater. We are striving to create a sense of responsibility and common interest among all residents of the watershed. Additionally, our education programs have provided opportunities for locals to experience the Santa Fe River and its watershed through both school and public programs. Programs are designed to highlight a variety of ecosystems and explore ways that humans impact water and water impacts humans.
We'll work with your schedule.
The Santa Fe River &10 Major Arroyos in Santa FePatrick Smith Park to Camino Real ParkSanta Fe, NM 87505
- Environmental Education
- Habitat Restoration
- People 55+
- Must be at least 6
- Orientation or Training
- Minimum 1 hour.
- Ability to walk on rugged terrain and carry trash bags.