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Task Force Meets at Sevilleta NWR
Southwest Region, February 8, 2007
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The Save Our Bosque Task Force, a multi-agency group formed to help restore riparian habitat in the Middle Rio Grande corridor of New Mexico, held an Adaptive Management Workshop at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge February 7 and 8.  The workshop, co-hosted by Sevilleta and Bosque del Apache NWRs, brought 45 individuals from over 20 organizations to help the Task Force to jointly plan and implement strategies to better manage water and wildlife populations within the San Acacia reach of the Middle Rio Grande.  The process of Conceptual Ecological Modeling was used to forward this into a working plan.  Facilitators Steve Light and Steve Davis from Adaptive Strategies, Inc. led the group, and funding from the Middle Rio Grande Bosque Initiative and US Army Corps of Engineers made the workshop possible.

Contact Info: Martin Valdez, 505-248-6599, martin_valdez@fws.gov



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