Save Our Bosque Task Force

Conceptual Restoration Plan Update

Save Our Bosque Task Force is a cooperative, self-sustaining watershed group organized to promote the sustainable use of the water resources within the Rio Grande—Albuquerque Watershed located in New Mexico. The Conceptual Restoration Plan for the Active Floodplain of the Middle Rio Grande—San Acacia to San Marcial, was completed in 2004. There have been numerous changes in this reach since that time and Save Our Bosque Task Force is seeking input to update the Plan. This project will occur in two phases and we are currently working on Phase I.

The current phase focuses on:

  • Expanding the watershed group

  • Developing a geodatabase and watershed

        management concepts

  • Preparing a State of the River Analysis

       and Report

Ultimately, we are expanding the boundaries of our Watershed Group to include all of Socorro County, which adds a significant area at the north end of the County.  We are particularly interested in getting input from our community on how our river corridor has changed and we invite you to fill out our comment card and join our e-mail list! 

We want to hear from you!

For more information, call Sarah Anderson (SOBTF Program Director) at or (303) 242-2443

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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