Urban Habitat Restoration

Low-impact development using living systems to provide environmental services, such as capturing and filtering stormwater, creating wildlife habitat, and recharging groundwater.

Urban Habitat Restoration Projects

 

Harvey Jones Channel

The Harvey Jones Bioswale is a green stormwater infrastructure project implemented as a collaboration between TNC (The Nature Conservancy), SSCAFCA (Southern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control Authority), AMAFCA (Albuquerque Metro Arroyo Flood Control Authority ), MRGCD (Middle Rio Grande Conservation District), the Village of Corrales, the City of Rio Rancho, AMREP, the Ancestral Lands Program of Conservation Legacy, and the US Army Corps of Engineers. 

Santa Fe River Pond Leveler Installation

In partnership with the Defenders of Wildlife and Santa Fe County, we installed a pond leveling device (also called a Beaver Deceiver) along the Santa Fe River, just west of the Santa Fe Airport to mitigate flooding of the road without displacing local beavers living in the same area.

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Harvey Jones Bioswale in the News

Harvey Jones Bioswale in the News

Thanks to the Albuquerque Journal and to the Santa Fe Reporter for sharing lovely articles on our recent planting project along the Harvey Jones Channel in...

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State Land Office Monitoring

State Land Office Monitoring

Santa Fe County, NM and Socorro County, NM     In Fall 2021, we conducted Year 2 monitoring on two State Land Office parcels as part of an effort to...

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Harvey Jones Channel

Harvey Jones Channel

Corrales, NM   A bend in the swale: during planting, after planting, after water release.   The Harvey Jones Bioswale is a green stormwater infrastructure...

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