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The City of Santa Fe has invested in green infrastructure for source water protection and keeping the Santa Fe River a ‘Living River.’ A local and national collaboration of the City of Santa Fe, U.S. Forest Service, Santa Fe Watershed Association, and The Nature Conservancy created the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Plan to provide a watershed investment program to protect the city’s municipal water supply. In addition, the City of Santa Fe passed the ‘Living River’ Initiative to allow streamflow to bypass the municipal reservoirs upstream in order to support the Santa Fe River riparian corridor downstream.
Tune in and learn:
• How the investment in green infrastructure protects the City of Santa Fe’s drinking water sources
• How the City of Santa Fe and the U.S. Forest Service fund the watershed investment program under the watershed plan
• What is a ‘Living River’
When: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 1 p.m. ET
Presenter: Alan Hook, Water Resources Analyst, City of Santa Fe Water Division
Photo Credit: Rain garden, Jacob Dyste