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  • September

    Quick to Provide Regulatory Assistance!

    The largest wildfire in New Mexico’s history burned through predominantly inaccessible wilderness from May to July in southern New Mexico’s Gila National Forest, leaving extensive environmental damage that will affect several small, remote communities for years. It was dubbed the “Whitewater-Baldy” Fire.
  • May

    Corps Makes Contribution to Feature Film Making

    New Mexico has become a hotbed for the television and movie industry within the last few years. The Albuquerque District often “plays a role” during the production of these projects, as representatives from production companies contact us for guidance and film permits.
  • February

    Corps Helps Creek Regain Its Curves

    Approximately 50 years ago, a creek blew out during a storm on a Colorado man’s property in the San Luis Valley, just south of Poncha Pass, and started to realign itself. At the time, the landowner saw an opportunity to straighten about a mile of the creek, and he intervened. However, in a few years, the creek turned into a ditch and remained that way until recently.