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Watershed proposal and presentation links, as presented to Grant County commissioners

In a recent Grant County Commission work session a presentation was given by Laura McCarthy of The Nature Conservancy, in conjunction with Brent Racher, New Mexico Forest Industry Association president, on how to improve the watershed, including water quality and quantity.   
 
The first link is to a Grant County Beat report on the presentation to commissioners, and the second link is to the PowerPoint presentation that was given. Looking at the PowerPoint and reading what McCarthy and Racher said gives you a better overall picture of the goals the two are working together on, along with many partners.
 
 
 

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