2019 NMWDOC Annual Spring Conference and Workshop

SAVE THE DATE! May 1st – 3rd, 2019

Hilton Garden Inn Uptown, 6510 American Parkway NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110, (505) 944-0300

CLICK HERE for the fillable registration form. The registration form needs to be submitted to jornadaresourceconservationdev@gmail.com

Hilton Garden Inn Uptown will offer discounted room rates of $94.00 per night for guests attending the workshop. To reserve your hotel room, call (505) 944-0300 and reference the NM Watershed and Dam Owners Coalition conference. The room block cutoff date is April 10, 2019.

The theme for this NMWDOC workshop will be New Mexico Dams and Watershed Health: A Need For A New Approach

An option to register for ONLY the ASDSO Dams 101 Workshop on May 1st has been added to the registration form for $40 per person, including lunch. This is a great deal for an ASDSO workshop. This workshop is being provided by the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer Dam Safety Bureau.


Wednesday Workshop:

ASDSO presents: Dams 101

10am to 5pm Wednesday May 1st


Annual Conference:

New Mexico Dams and Watershed Health: A Need For A New Approach

8am Thursday May 2nd through 1:30pm Friday May 3rd


Draft Conference Agenda Highlights:

State of New Mexico Dams Address

State of New Mexico Forests

New Mexico Legislature Update

Update from the National Watershed Coalition

Keynote Speaker: State Engineer John D’Antonio

Clean Water Act/Waters of the US (WOTUS) Update

The In’s and Out’s & Do’s and Don’ts of Upper Watershed Erosion Control

Seepage Concerns and Emergency Response at Lake White Dam

Lessons learned from near failure of Two Mile Dam, Santa Fe River, Santa Fe NM

Experiences developing Simple EAPs for efficiency and usability

Update and Training on NRCS Dam Watch

Development of Early Warning Systems

NRCS watershed funding opportunities

Watershed Legislation and Update on the Rio Grande Water Fund

South Central New Mexico Stormwater Coalition watershed restoration initiatives

GIS tools for dams owners and watershed managers

Advanced GIS tools in cutting edge watershed and 2D hydraulic modeling

3-D Modeling of Seepage Control Adits at Abiquiu Dam, NM


Optional Thursday Afternoon Tour:

Albuquerque and Bernalillo Area Watershed Restoration and Flood Control

1:45pm to 5pm Thursday May 2nd (Conference presentations will also continue)




1 Registrations from your organization –                          $150 per person

2- 3 Registrations from your organization –                      $140 per person

4+ Registrations from your organization –                        $125 per person

Students** –                                                                          $50 per person

Wednesday Workshop ONLY                                             $40 per person

Early registration ends on April 10th, 2019.

Registration increases to $175 per person after April 10th and will not have a discount for multiple registrants from your company/organization.