In New Mexico, numerous groups are interested or involved in managing dams, watersheds, and water resources. These groups often focus on single issues such as water quality, ecosystems, endangered species, flood control, sediment control, public lands, private lands, a single river basin, watershed, or a limited geographical area. Some are federal, state, or local agencies, some are academic institutions, some are private concerned groups, and some are simply private landowners who are trying to get others to work together. The New Mexico Watershed and Dam Owners Coalition (NMWDOC) and its annual conference exist to increase the understanding of the problems and concerns of these various groups from a broader, statewide perspective and to help coordination, communication, and cooperation between groups to meet the challenges of maintaining state dams and watersheds and to promote safety across New Mexico.
Attend the conference to participate in these important conversations with other stakeholders from across the state.