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Request For Proposals (CEHMM 002-2019) For Determination of Flow Regime Requirements for Texas Hornshell Mussel (Popenaias popeii) in the Black River, Eddy County, NM

CEHMM is requesting proposals for scientific research that will inform the development of flow regime requirements for the Texas Hornshell Mussel (“hornshell”) population in the Black River, Eddy County, New Mexico.

LPC/DSL Project Proposals Now Being Accepted

LPC/DSL project funding proposals are now being accepted. Project proposal forms and submission instructions are available for download at CEHMM.

CEHMM Now Accepting Soil Samples for Testing

CEHMM's analytical laboratory is now accepting soil samples for the analysis. Contact us for more information.

Conservation Project Proposals Now Being Accepted

CEHMM is now accepting conservation project proposals. Proposals must be submitted by March 1, 2019. Please contact Whit Storey at 575-885-3700, District 1, or Kyle Dillard at 575-675-2324, District 2, if you have any questions.

Request for Bid Announced

Model for DSL Habitat Mapping

Informational Meeting on Hornshell CCA/As to be held Wed Apr 12th

CCA/A Proposals Now Accepted Until June 1, 2017

Digging Up the Dirt on Soil: Prairie Partners Meeting

CEHMM Milnesand Branch Office Opening

Grassland Conservation: Protecting our Legacy

Mesquite Removal in Southeast New Mexico

Grassland Bird Habitat Management Workshop - August 26th

Grassland Bird Habitat Management Workshop

Seed Collecting Workshop - Sep 10, 2016

RFP for Aerial & Hand Mesquite Treatment

Enrollment for CCA & CCAA Is Open

Lake Avalon Beautification Project Underway

RFP for Water Development Work

CEHMM Board of Directors Chairman Receives Recognition

Wildflower Workshop - June 4, 2016

New Book Presents Current Knowledge of Lesser Prairie-Chicken

CEHMM Employee & Area Native Awarded for Conservation Efforts

Tish McDaniel Receives Hamerstrom Award

New Technology Brightens Future

Algae Biofuels Commercial Demonstration

Bio Fuel Gears Up

Lynn Interview

Fuel in Action

6-Month Extension for Public Comments