Dec
4
Fri
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Classes performed on Rio Grande in Albuquerque
Dec 4 all-day

9 a.m.-10 a.m., 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. River Source will work with students to run a virtual field trip on the Rio Grande during 2 virtual field trips. 30 students(Bosque School). In this session students will learn how to collect data and follow proper protocol to collect accurate data and detemine the potential impacts to fisheries based on water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera. This event is closed to the public.

 

Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Classes
Dec 4 all-day

8 AM-9A, 9 AM-10AM
River Source will work with students to run two virtual classroom/fields using fisheries monitoring and watershed health curriculum on the Santa Fe River.
Approximately 30 students will participate in the event. Staffing is provided by a Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera. This is event is closed to public.

 

Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Virtual Classroom with Santa Fe School for the Arts
Dec 4 all-day

River Source will work with students to run two virtual classroom/fields using fisheries monitoring and watershed health curriculum on the Santa Fe River.

Approximately 25 students. This event is closed to the public.
Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader, David Fay and Carlos Herrera.

Dec
8
Tue
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Classes
Dec 8 all-day

8 AM-9A, 9 AM-10AM
River Source will work with students to run two virtual classroom/fields using fisheries monitoring and watershed health curriculum on the Santa Fe River.
Approximately 30 students will participate in the event. Staffing is provided by a Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera. This is event is closed to public.

 

Dec
14
Mon
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Virtual Classroom with Santa Fe School for the Arts
Dec 14 all-day

River Source will work with students to run two virtual classroom/fields using fisheries monitoring and watershed health curriculum on the Santa Fe River.

Approximately 25 students. This event is closed to the public.
Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader, David Fay and Carlos Herrera.

Jan
19
Tue
Ladies’ Social Hour @ Virtual
Jan 19 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

The success of New Mexico’s bighorn sheep program has created expanded opportunities for both wildlife viewers and hunters. Caitlin Ruhl, bighorn sheep program manager, will talk about bighorn sheep and how the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish manages populations across the state.

We will also talk about the importance of taking hunter education and how to get you or your kids into a class.

Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZclcuuqqTMiG9OrXlFNX-S1t6o6BHubZHNz.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

You can respond to our social media post with topics of interest and questions or send an email to Jessica Fisher

Jan
25
Mon
School workshops – online @ Monte del Sol Charter School
Jan 25 all-day

This event is for the Mohnte del Sol Charter School wildlife class. It is a one hour on line workshop. We will be learning about the fish of New Mexico as well as fishing in New Mexico.

This virtual event is closed to the public.

Feb
1
Mon
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Classes
Feb 1 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session.
12 students (Monte del Sol School). In this session students will learn how to collect analyze and report their findings from watersheds monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Feb
2
Tue
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Classes performed on Rio Chama in Abiquiu
Feb 2 all-day

Description: River Source will work with students to run a virtual field trip on the Chama during a virtual field trips.
9 students (Escalante HS). In this session students will learn how to collect data and follow proper protocol to collect accurate data and determine the potential impacts to fisheries based on water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Feb
3
Wed
Wild Turkeys 101 @ Virtual / Cleveland High School
Feb 3 – Feb 4 all-day

NMDGF will be giving two Wild Turkeys 101 virtual presentations with Cleveland High School students. This event is closed to the public.

Feb
4
Thu
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Field Trip performed on the Santa Fe River in Santa Fe
Feb 4 all-day

River Source will work with students to run a virtual field trip on the Rio Grande during a virtual field trip.

12 students (Monte Del Sol School). In this session students will learn how to collect data and follow proper protocol to collect accurate data and determine the potential impacts to fisheries based on water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Feb
8
Mon
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Class
Feb 8 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session.

25 students (Monte del Sol School) will learn how to collect analyze and report their findings from watersheds monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Feb
9
Tue
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Classes performed on Rio Chama in Abiquiu
Feb 9 all-day

River Source will work with students to run a virtual field trip on the Chama during a virtual field trips.

7 students (Escalante HS) will learn how to collect data and follow proper protocol to collect accurate data and determine the potential impacts to fisheries based on water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Feb
10
Wed
Elk 101 @ Virtual / Cleveland High School
Feb 10 – Feb 11 all-day

NMDGF will be giving two Elk 101 virtual presentations to Cleveland High Schools students. This event is closed to the public and only open to Ms. Huey class.

Feb
11
Thu
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Field Trip performed on the Santa Fe River in Santa Fe
Feb 11 all-day

River Source will work with students to run a virtual field trip on the Rio Grande during a virtual field trip.

25 students (Monte Del Sol School) will learn how to collect data and follow proper protocol to collect accurate data and determine the potential impacts to fisheries based on water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Feb
16
Tue
Ladies’ Social Hour @ Virtual
Feb 16 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Applications for the 2021 big game draw are open! Have questions before you apply? We will be available to answer your questions about the application process. Nicole Tatman, big game program manager, will also be on hand to answer questions about hunting wildlife species across the state.

To get us started email your questions to Jennifer, Jessica, Megan and/or Tristanna.

Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0kc-ivrDIpHt1sx-nXXPj93QrWxmTjMlz9.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

You can respond to our social media post with topics of interest and questions or send an email to Jessica Fisher.

Feb
17
Wed
NMDGF Aquatic Education Programs to APS @ Virtual
Feb 17 @ 8:45 am – 9:15 am

NMDGF programs available to APS will be virtually presenting information onSummer School administrators. AquaticWe / Conservation will discuss our virtual Education presentations as well as our regular programs such as Casting Skills, Fish Dissections, Fishing, Fly tying, Aquatic Insect ID, Trout in the Classroom as well as our Animal Trunks. There will be a Q&A session after my presentation.

This event is closed to the public.

Mar
1
Mon
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Field Trip / Walatowa Charter School at Jemez Pueblo
Mar 1 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual field trip.

There will be 20 students participating in this event (Walatowa Charter School at Jemez Pueblo). In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Virtual Aquatic Education Presentations @ Virtual Presentation / Aspen Community School, Santa Fe
Mar 1 all-day

NMDGF will present two virtual Aquatic Freshwater Ecosystems Power Point presentations to two different classes of 5th graders from Aspen Community School.

This event is closed to the public.

Mar
2
Tue
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Field Trip / Santa Fe Public School
Mar 2 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session.

40 students will participate in this event (7th graders from around the district in Santa Fe Public School). In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Mar
4
Thu
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Field Trip / Eldorado Middle School
Mar 4 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session.

20 students will participate in this event (Eldorado Middle School). In this session, students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Mar
5
Fri
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Field Trip / Eldorado Middle School
Mar 5 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session.

20 students will be participating in this event (Eldorado Middle School). In this session students will learn how to collect, analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Field Trip / Cottonwood Valley Charter
Mar 5 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session.

25 students will be participating in this event (Cottonwood Valley Charter). In this session, students will learn how to collect analyze and report their findings from watershed monitoring and report the impacts to fisheries’ water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.

Mar
8
Mon
Fisheries Monitoring Virtual Field Trip @ Zoom Virtual Field Trip / Rio Pueblo de Taos
Mar 8 all-day

River Source will work with students to learn about fisheries monitoring during a virtual class session.

20 students from Taos High School. In this session students will learn how to collect data and follow proper protocol to get accurate data and determine the potential impacts to fisheries based on water quality standards and fish health. Staffing is provided by Department contractor, Richard Schrader and Carlos Herrera.

This event is closed to the public.