New Mexico—Rio Grande Valley Broadband

Geographic area

Central Rio Grande Valley, Albuquerque vicinity, Cibola National Forest; Sangre de Cristo National Forest-Jemez Mountain Range District.

 

Broadband Leaders:

Susan Ostlie and Linda Starr

 

Contact us:

Susan Ostlie
susanostlie@yahoo.com

Linda Starr
lstarr509@gmail.com

 

Focus areas:

  • Cibola National Forest Plan Revision process
  • Southwest Jemez mountain and Zuni mountain landscape restoration collaboratives

Projects:

  • Monitoring for wilderness character
  • Collaborating with New Mexico Wild Earth Guardians, Forest Guardians, The Wilderness Society, The Sierra Club, Albuquerque Wildlife Federation, Volunteers for the Outdoors, Albuquerque Open Space, and US Forest Service
  • Hiking, Bosque trail maintenance, potlucks and public lands restoration projects
  • Invasive plant monitoring
  • Endangered Species monitoring to our activities.
  • Riparian restoration field trips
  • Forest restoration advocacy

Broadlights:

  • 2 Gila Broadwalks
  • Jemez Mt. and Valles Caldera Preserve Broadwalk
  • Grazing seminars

Wishlist:

  • Hike leaders
  • Project photographers
  • Members interested in writing comments for the Cibola NF Plan Revision process, cheatgrass monitoring and removal, unauthorized trail use monitoring, Mexican gray wolf restoration process, wilderness character monitoring, landscape restoration monitoring, and Bosque restoration (installing beaver fencing, etc.).

Become a member of Great Old Broads for Wilderness and join our Broadband today!