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Remember - Next Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday! Rio Arriba Groundwater Study Results - Meetings in Chama, Abiquiu, Medanales, El Rito, Dixon & Embudo. Want to know and understand more about groundwater in your area? Read on…

- Chama Valley-Monday, June 3, 5-7:00 pm at the Village of Chama

- Abiquiu, Mendanales & El Rito-Tues., June 4, 5-7:00 pm at the NMSU Extension Office at the Rural Events Center

- Dixon & Embudo–Wed., June 5, 5-7:00 pm at the Embudo Valley Library

Reported - Rio Arriba County depends on groundwater for everyday uses such as drinking, bathing, washing clothes and cleaning. This is true whether we have a domestic well or are connected to a mutual domestic system. Groundwater is a vital community resource, yet we have very little understanding of how much we have or what the quality of this water is.

The Rio Arriba Groundwater Study aims to address key questions about our groundwater aquifers: What do these aquifers look like? - How much water do they hold? - What is the quality of this water? -Is groundwater being replenished (recharged)?

The New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Aquifer Mapping Program, has been conducting a study of the aquifers in Rio Arriba County. Public meetings to discuss the initial results of the study will be held on the following dates and times.

The final report will be published in July 2024 and will be available at the New Mexico Bureau of Geology website at geoinfo.nmt.edu.
Thank you to everyone who volunteered their wells for this study!

Questions? contact Jessica Johnston at 575-770-8585.
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Remember - Next Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday! Rio Arriba Groundwater Study Results - Meetings in Chama, Abiquiu, Medanales, El Rito, Dixon & Embudo. Want to know and understand more about groundwater in your area? Read on…
- Chama Valley-Monday, June 3, 5-7:00 pm at the Village of Chama 
- Abiquiu, Mendanales & El Rito-Tues., June 4, 5-7:00 pm at the NMSU Extension Office at the Rural Events Center 
- Dixon & Embudo–Wed., June 5, 5-7:00 pm at the Embudo Valley Library
Reported - Rio Arriba County depends on groundwater for everyday uses such as drinking, bathing, washing clothes and cleaning. This is true whether we have a domestic well or are connected to a mutual domestic system. Groundwater is a vital community resource, yet we have very little understanding of how much we have or what the quality of this water is.
The Rio Arriba Groundwater Study aims to address key questions about our groundwater aquifers: What do these aquifers look like? - How much water do they hold? - What is the quality of this water? -Is groundwater being replenished (recharged)?
The New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Aquifer Mapping Program, has been conducting a study of the aquifers in Rio Arriba County. Public meetings to discuss the initial results of the study will be held on the following dates and times. 
The final report will be published in July 2024 and will be available at the New Mexico Bureau of Geology website at geoinfo.nmt.edu. 
Thank you to everyone who volunteered their wells for this study!
Questions? contact Jessica Johnston at 575-770-8585.

Hearings on this issue will resume in July. There is still time to sign this petition to the Governor, saying NO to produced water use outside of oil fields! Head to the New Energy Economy LinkTree (petition is a few links down). Please SIGN and SHARE if you can, thank you!Sign the petition now to help prevent "treated" produced water from being reused outside of the oil field. Protect or water! Protect our land!

Link: linktr.ee/newenergyeconomy

#defendnmwater #nmnotforsale
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Hearings on this issue will resume in July. There is still time to sign this petition to the Governor, saying NO to produced water use outside of oil fields! Head to the New Energy Economy LinkTree (petition is a few links down). Please SIGN and SHARE if you can, thank you!
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