Work Day Information


Summer – Fall 2023 Work Plan

Hermit’s Peak Watershed Alliance has hired two work crews; one crew is a Youth Conservation Cops crew made up of local high-school and college students, and the other is made up of local individuals. The work being done this summer includes: flood mitigation, erosion control, seeding/mulching, in-stream restoration and planting projects in the Gallinas, Sapello and Tecolote Watersheds.

VOLUNTEER WITH US

Please come VOLUNTEER! If you’re looking to get out and do some good work that will help heal our watersheds, you’re more than welcome and encouraged to volunteer with us! Bring a friend or two!

If you are interested in volunteering with us, please click on the button below to fill out our form and we’ll have your contact information sent to Renee Hernandez, our Watershed Restoration Project Manager!

Contact Information for Renee Hernandez

Phone: 505-310-2612

E-mail: rhernandez@hermitspeakwatersheds.org

Site Visit

We are here to provide you, our neighbor, with expertise, tools, materials and labor to stabilize soils and restore plant coverage of your lands to reduce flood threats, soil erosion and to protect the quality and quantity of our waters. If you or a neighbor would like a site visit to discuss what treatment and support would help, please complete the site visit request form by clicking the button below.

Information for Volunteers:

We will be meeting at Hewett Hall (building right next to Love Music on Bridge Street) every weekday (Monday – Friday) between June 19th and August 18th.

Time to meet at Hewett Hall: 8:00am
Return Time to Hewett Hall: 5:00pm
What to Bring: Work clothes (proper boots, hat, sunscreen)
Transportation to worksite: There will be a carpool, but it’s preferred you drive your own vehicle and follow us to the work site.
What happens if you’re late: Please be ON TIME! If you’re late, Renee Hernandez will see what she can do to get you to the work site.

Work Calendar

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