The Rio Grande Water Fund provides funding for projects that accelerate landscape-scale restoration, primarily in ponderosa pine and mixed conifer forests. Funding is periodically available for thinning, controlled burns, stream restoration, post-fire watershed restoration, restoration planning, education and outreach, and monitoring.
Projects are solicited through a Request for Statements of Interest (RSI) process and reviewed by a Technical Review Panel established by the RGWF Executive Committee. Final Funding decisions are made by the Executive Committee. Through the RSI process, eight projects have been added to the Candidate List and six have received funding.
The Technical Panel may recommend that submitted projects not deemed eligible for immediate funding be added to the Candidate List, based on merit and the ability of the applicant to make required revisions and the approval of the Executive Committee.
Updated December 17, 2015
|Carson National Forest||Tusas – San Antonio||Tusas-San Antonio Narrative||Tusas-San Antonio Budget|
|Cibola National Forest||Isleta||Isleta Narrative||Isleta Budget|
|Santa Fe National Forest||Pino||Pino Narrative||Pino Budget|
|Santa Fe National Forest||Redondo-San Antonio Mesa||Redondo-San Antonio Narrative||Redondo-San Antonio Budget|
|City of Santa Fe||Pecos Wilderness Rx Burn Monitoring||Pecos Wilderness Monitoring Narrative||Pecos Wilderness Monitoring Budget|
|Taos Valley Watershed Coalition||El Salto & Pueblo Ridge||El Salto & Pueblo Ridge Narrative||El Salto & Pueblo Ridge Budget|
|Santa Fe NF & Cuba SWCD||American Park||American Park Narrative||American Park Budget|
|Santa Fe NF||Rio Chama/Golindrino||Rio Chama/Golindrino Narrative||Rio Chama/Golindrino Budget|