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The Save Our Bosque Task Force works collaboratively to support a healthy Rio Grande bosque and riparian ecosystem while celebrating its benefits to the communities of central New Mexico

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2022 Board of Trustees Nominees

Harry Richardson

 I was raised in Socorro, I graduated from high school at NM Military Institute in 1974. By 1977, I was married with a son, serving in the Air Force in Oklahoma.  After completing my enlistment in 1981, my family and I relocated to San Antonio TX. Where I continued a career in real estate sales, continuing through 2008 when I retired from sales.  

In 1990, my family, now four, relocated back to Socorro to help my parents and grandfather. Additionally, during the decade, I was elected to Socorro City Council and also served on the Board of Good Samaritan Village. 

In 2000, the family and I relocated to Albuquerque.  Beginning in 2015 to the present I’m, living in Socorro.

Bear Albrecht

Bio coming soon!

Rob Selina

I've been a Socorro area resident for 22 years now, initially arriving as an NMT student and more recently working at NRAO on the development of our next generation telescope. I'm an avid hiker, mountain biker, and hunter, and those hobbies led to an interest in developing trails and outdoor recreation in the county. I do quite a bit of local trail maintenance coordination and construction, working with both the BLM and City and other volunteer groups like the NMVFO. I also occasionally volunteer on wildlife habitat projects such as drinker maintenance. My primary interest in the SOBTF would be in the maintenance and development of the parks and trails, as well as general cleanup/restoration of the bosque near the city of Socorro. 

Let us know what you think about the Socorro Valley  segment of the Rio Grande Trail by clicking this link!

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