Previous Work

Examples of projects Southwest Urban Hydrology has partnered on with other organizations, businesses, municipalities, and community volunteers can be found below.

Volunteers plant a locust tree at the La Farge Library over Memorial Day weekend.

La Farge Library Basin Project: Three basins constructed over Memorial Day weekend 2012 by 15 community volunteers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of the first basins designed by Southwest Urban Hydrology.

Santa Fe Community College Basin Project: A basin implemented in October 2011 by students from the Sustainable Technologies program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Post-fire channel stabilization at Ox Canyon in the Manzano Mountains

Post-fire channel stabilization at Ox Canyon in the Manzano Mountains

Ox Canyon Channel Stabilization Project: A series of channel and upland erosion structures were established in the fall of 2013 to stabilize channel incision and hillslope erosion in the Manzano Mountains.

 

 

 

 

 

Vermejo Park Ranch-AML4

Wood Straw is staged prior to being used as a mulch for upland grasses and other forbs aimed at improving ground cover at a reclaimed mine site near Raton, NM.

Abandoned Mine Land Program: In the spring of 2015 Southwest Urban Hydrology partnered with the New Mexico AML Program to reseed hillslopes and streambanks disturbed by heavy machinery during restoration efforts.