Join us in protecting the public health, land, air, and water of the Rio Chama Watershed.

Call for Board Members

Would you like to make a meaningful and creative contribution to the Community of the Rio Chama Watershed?

We are inviting interested citizens to meet with us to discuss becoming a
Rio Arriba Concerned Citizen Board Member.

Please contact us at info@rioarribaconcernedcitizens.com or just come meet us at our next Board Meeting of 2019:

The last Friday of every month, public portion of the meeting 2-3pm, at the El Rito Public Library

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REMINDER! The New Mexico Environment Dept. is holding the last 2 public hearings to determine the rules and regulations for using "produced fracking water" in our state. These areas are the most overrun by fracking therefore the most vulnerable. If you able to attend, be aware there are some very strong pro-fracking forces who will be attending as well. Please continue to write the Governor with input on this bill she signed into law which is a very bad idea - www.governor.state.nm.us/contact-the-governor/

Note in the comments section-a data sheet from the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club. Remember! Reported ideas floating around are to use the "recycled" toxic fracking waste water on roadsides, crops, potentially in municipal water sources or placed in rivers and streams. Please SPEAK UP if you can and encourage others to join in!
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REMINDER! The New Mexico Environment Dept. is holding the last 2 public hearings to determine the rules and regulations for using produced fracking water in our state. These areas are the most overrun by fracking therefore the most vulnerable. If you able to attend, be aware there are some very strong pro-fracking forces who will be attending as well. Please continue to write the Governor with input on this bill she signed into law which is a very bad idea - https://www.governor.state.nm.us/contact-the-governor/

Note in the comments section-a data sheet from the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club. Remember! Reported ideas floating around are to use the recycled toxic fracking waste water on roadsides, crops, potentially in municipal water sources or placed in rivers and streams. Please SPEAK UP if you can and encourage others to join in!

 

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This sheet has some valuable information to use when presenting opposition to produced water usage. Please use as much data as possible to make a strong case. Note the "Texon Scar" image - an area in west Texas where oil and gas producers dumped water for decades, creating an environmental - dead zone - seen from space.

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