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The Nature Conservancy TAOS SKI VALLEY FOUNDATIO Hold it High: Stream and Wetland Restoration Benefits in New Mexico SEPTEMBER 28, 2022 10:00AM MT VIRTUAL EVENT JOIN US As New Mexico becomes more arid, storing water in our upper watersheds becomes increasingly important, allowing for a longer duration of river flows downstream. This event will highlight the important connection between resilient wetlands and riparian habitat, and the ecosystem services they provide for animal and human communities. The Nature Conservancy is hosting a free, virtual event on September 28. This event is a part of the ongoing Taos Lecture Series, generously supported by the Taos Ski Valley Foundation. OUR SPEAKERS Martha Cooper Freshwater Program Director, TNC (Moderator) Kai-t Blue-Sky Instructor, Santa Fe Indian School Community Based Education Program Rachel Conn Deputy Director, Amigos Bravos Reid Whittlesey Restoration Director, Rio Grande Return To learn more go to: nature.org/newmexico THIS EVENT IS FREE AND REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. The Nature Conservancy TAOS SKI VALLEY FOUNDATIO Hold it High : Stream and Wetland Restoration Benefits in New Mexico SEPTEMBER 28 , 2022 10:00 AM MT VIRTUAL EVENT JOIN US As New Mexico becomes more arid , storing water in our upper watersheds becomes increasingly important , allowing for a longer duration of river flows downstream . This event will highlight the important connection between resilient wetlands and riparian habitat , and the ecosystem services they provide for animal and human communities . The Nature Conservancy is hosting a free , virtual event on September 28 . This event is a part of the ongoing Taos Lecture Series , generously supported by the Taos Ski Valley Foundation . OUR SPEAKERS Martha Cooper Freshwater Program Director , TNC ( Moderator ) Kai - t Blue - Sky Instructor , Santa Fe Indian School Community Based Education Program Rachel Conn Deputy Director , Amigos Bravos Reid Whittlesey Restoration Director , Rio Grande Return To learn more go to : nature.org/newmexico THIS EVENT IS FREE AND REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED .