The Save Our Bosque Task Force works to enhance recreation, advance habitat restoration, and provide environmental education and community outreach. The vision of the Save Our Bosque Task Force is a riparian ecosystem that functions as naturally as possible within the limitations of 21st century infrastructure and politics, and with respect for the customs and cultures of the people of Socorro County.

Request for Proposals: Updating and Expanding the Conceptual Restoration Plan

Scope of work

Cover letter

Request for Proposals deadline extended to August 14, 2019 C.O.B.

Looking for information and updates on the Socorro Valley Trail? Visit our Socorro Valley Rio Grande Trail page!

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Upcoming Events/Próximos Eventos

Looking for firewood? Check in at the NM State Forestry Office (1701 Enterprise Rd, behind the Ark of Socorro) for a permit (it's required!) and information about local sites for gathering wood. 

Need to report a safety concern in one of the riverine parks? Contact Felipe Baca, MRGCD Patrol Officer, at 575-517-6761

¿Estas buscando leña? Regístrese en NM State Forestry Office, 1701 Enterprise (detrás del Ark of Socorro) para obtener un permiso (¡se requiere!) E información sobre sitios locales para recolectar madera.

¿Necesitas reportar un problema de seguridad en uno de los parques ribera? Póngase en contacto con Felipe Baca, oficial de patrulla del MRGCD al 575-517-6761

We are a grassroots 501(c)(3) organization working to preserve the Rio Grande bosque for this and future generations.

                                                                                P.O. Box 1527, Socorro, New Mexico 87801

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