Phew. At this time there is no immediate identified threat to the Rio Chama Watershed.

You Can Always Make Your Voice Count

The polka-dotted landscape in this photo is an aerial view of Rio Arriba County, just west of the Rio Chama Watershed and Continental Divide, driving towards Cuba and Farmington, NM.

Each dot that you see is a drilling pad with a hydraulic fracturing well.

Let our elected officials know why such development is not appropriate for the Rio Chama Watershed.

Activists of all political stripes recommend calling legislators, not just emailing. A phone call from constituents can hold more weight than an email, and far outweighs a Facebook post or a tweet. Calling and having your voice heard is empowering and makes a difference!

You can see all your Representatives contact information via the public database/government website: