What’s New

Find out what’s new in the field with updates from the Carpe Diem West Network.

HB266 ~ March 2019

The Rio Grande Water Fund, as our interview with founder Laura McCarthy describes, is rocking it. The Fund has raised a lot of money, and engaged in a lot of forest restoration, in a very short time. ...

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Overview of Local Funding for Improving Forest Health in the West

As local concern over forest health and resilience increases with every severe wildfire summer in the West, interest grows in how local governments can engage to protect their backyard. Carpe Diem Wes...

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Healthy Headwaters in WDC

As part the newly-authorized Farm Bill, Healthy Headwaters’ team member Sarah Bates with the National Wildlife Federation calls for full implementation of the USFS’s Watershed Condition Framework ...

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Resilience Matters

Carpe Diem West network leaders talk about successfully addressing catastrophic wildfires, drinking water supply, and water privatization in their communities. Download and read the new e-book publ...

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Fighting Fire with Science - Senator Martin Heinrich (New Mexico) Speaks Out

Water protections win Big in 2018! We are now living in an era of severe drought, extreme wildfires, and climate disruption. That's why I fought so hard to secure policies in the Farm...

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Webinars Our webinars engage subject matter experts and practitioners in the field in a detailed discussion of issues at the intersection of water and climate change.