Riparian Health Assessment Webinar, December 23, 2020
2020 Rapid Riparian Assessment Webinar: This webinar introduces the Riparian Bullseye Assessment method, a simple, qualitative approach to evaluating the health of riparian systems. No formal training in riparian ecology is necessary to use the Riparian Bullseye, which covers the basic indicators of ecosystem health allowing both an evaluation of individual ecological processes and the system as a whole. This webinar was hosted by the High Plains Grasslands Alliance in partnership with the Hermit’s Peak Watershed Alliance, Cimarron Watershed Alliance and New Mexico State University and support provided by many sources including the USDA-WSARE program.
Road Water Harvesting, Wagon Mound NM, July 23 & 24th 2021
This workshop was put on at Turner Ranch by Wagon Mound, New Mexico. It was instructed by Steve Carson of “Rangeland Hands” and explores many water management problems with roads on ranches in New Mexico. This workshop discusses various problems and solutions, and is split up into a lecture, questions and answers, and outdoor hands-on work. The Sunday following the workshop, was a day dedicated to teaching women how to operate a bulldozer. Lots of information and fun!
The below file is a handout/supplemental information guide that was provided for attendees and was used in conjunction with the lecture.
July 23rd Lecture: Part 1
July 23rd Lecture: Part 2
July 23rd: Bulldozer Talk
July 24th: Questions and Answers
Fun Video Working with a Bulldozer