Cross-Watershed Network Annual Workshop in Socorro County, NM

04/04/2018 08:15 AM - 04/05/2018 05:00 PM MT


  • $120.00


UNM Sevilleta Field Station at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge
Exit 169 off of Interstate 25
La Joya, NM 87028
United States of America


XWN Annual Workshop Co-Hosted by Save Our Bosque Task Force


April 4th-5th, 2018


Join Cross-Watershed Network (XWN) 

and Save Our Bosque Task Force in

Socorro County, NM for the 5th Annual XWN Workshop


XWN is a peer-to-peer learning network made up of watershed practitioners (like you!) working in the arid West who see the value in sharing lessons and building cross-boundary connections with peers working in other watersheds.  Save Our Bosque Task Force has been working to restore the Rio Grande Bosque since 1994, making them the perfect hosts for this year's practitioner-driven workshop.  


On April 4th and 5th, join us in New Mexico to exchange lessons with your colleagues on a variety of technical and programmatic watershed management topics.

This year's topics include:

  • invasive species management

  • creating sustainable partnerships

  • fire and upland fire recovery

  • community engagement

  • planning for future conditions

  • collaborative fundraising

  • many more...


​​​​​​Click here to view the draft agenda.

For more information about XWN visit

For more information about Save Our Bosque Task Force visit

About Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge



Registration Price: $120



  • There will be limited housing available at the UNM Sevilleta Field Station (on site) on the nights of April 3rd (before the first day of the workshop) and April 4th. Housing (1 person/room with shared bath/living/kitchen facilities) will be available for $45/night on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Participants that are not staying at the Sevilleta Field Station are responsible for finding their own accommodations in Socorro (21 mi.), Belen (23 mi.), Albuquerque (58 mi.), or elsewhere. 

  • Dinner will be catered at the field station on the night of April 4th.  This is a great option for those staying at the field station, or for those who want to continue networking with peers! The cost will be $23/person


Getting There

From Albuquerque, head south on Interstate 25 for 57 miles.  Take exit 169 for Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge.


Who Should Attend?

Watershed practitioners of all sorts, including: land managers, scientists, non-profit professionals, watershed group participants, private landowners, consultants, and watershed enthusiasts hoping to learn from other practitioners working to improve their local watersheds across the arid West!


Travel costs keeping you from attending the workshop? XWN may be able to cover some of your travel and lodging expenses. Deadline to apply is March 2, 2018.

Scholarship Application



Promote your business or organization by sponsoring the workshop! If interested, email and download the sponsorship form.



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