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Rio Grande, 1936, from The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, No. 08966, courtesy of The Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

The mission of the Paso del Norte Watershed Council (Council) is to investigate, develop, and recommend options for watershed planning and management and to explore how water-related resources can best be balanced to benefit the Rio Grande ecosystem and the interests of all watershed stakeholders.  The Council’s focus is the Paso del Norte Watershed (Watershed), defined as the Rio Grande basin between Elephant Butte Dam/Reservoir in southern New Mexico and Presidio, Texas.  The Council provides an open forum for the encouragement and development of activities that lead to a healthy watershed.

Hi Everyone,
Council meeting -- Thursday, 12 October 2017, from 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm,
at Las Cruces City Hall in Room 2104
Call in # 575-528-3103

AGENDA
2:30 Introductions & brief PdNWC business
2:45 Brown - Progress Report on Website Update Work
3:00 Barncastle - Lower Rio Grande Water Users Group Involvement
3:30 King - EBID's Depletion Reduction Offset Program (DROP)
4:00 Bixby - A Conceptual Approach to Restoring Native Fish Populations in the LRG
4:30 Potential Drain Health proposal from EBID


Environmental Committee meeting --

Hope you can join us!


Past Minutes by Year

Meeting Minutes, 2001
Meeting Minutes, 2002
Meeting Minutes, 2003
Meeting Minutes, 2004
Meeting Minutes, 2005
Meeting Minutes, 2006
Meeting Minutes, 2007
Meeting Minutes, 2008
Meeting Minutes, 2009
Meeting Minutes, 2010
Meeting Minutes, 2011
Meeting Minutes, 2012
Meeting Minutes, 2013
Meeting Minutes, 2014
Meeting Minutes, 2015
Meeting Minutes, 2016
Meeting Minutes, 2017