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I've mentioned it at least twice before, but need to say it again. Maybe a miracle has happened since the last time. I live south of Angel Fire at 10,100' elevation with a static water level in my well of 850' (my neighbor goes to 350') I'd love to participate in the well monitoring program but the technology needs to improve to mute the noises from that depth. Some of the lots in our development have gone down to 1200' and have had to install water harvesting and collection systems.
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Willows were listed in the silent thieves of water. Does that include the desert willow? I don't ranch but I have two desert willows planted in my 1/2 acre backyard.
https://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_circulars/CR597/welcome.html Chemical removal of brush on rangeland
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Roosevelt SWCD has a shade-ball cost share program for producers in NM.
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Thanks for the information, always useful.
It would seem black shade balls would heat up the water, which is fine in winter but with our high temperatures in summer do you use white shade balls?
What are the factors that would positively contribute to replenishment of the ground water table?
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