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Water Conservation Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Suzanne DeVos-Cole
22:29
Please feel free to put your questions in the chat
Suzanne DeVos-Cole
25:38
The recording of this session and any related materials will be posted on the webpage. https://aces.nmsu.edu/county/mora/water-conserve.html
DOROTHY MOLONEY
30:41
What is the interactive data map website, please?
joe stehling
32:56
I mentioned this in the last session, but would like your take. I live at 10,000' elevation 15 miles south of Angel Fire on the Ocate Mesa. About five years ago I signed up for a water monitoring program for my well. My well is about 900'deep with a static level, at least 20 years ago when the well was drilled, of 850'. The test had too much noise for water level to be electronically monitored. If technogology is improved will I be able to particate? I hope I do not have to pull the pump and put in a level monitoring device.
Suzanne DeVos-Cole
38:58
Dorothy - maps.nmt.edu is the website
DOROTHY MOLONEY
39:17
Thank you, Suzanne.
Tricia Snyder
39:51
Sorry if I missed this but do you ever work with folks to install a new well or it is only collaboration with folks with existing wells?
karen lavine
41:29
I'm herer!
karen lavine
41:48
Kinda
Judy Allen
41:56
very much
DOROTHY MOLONEY
42:46
Sorry, I raised my hand but I didn’t mean to. lol
Suzanne DeVos-Cole
43:36
xericgardenclub.org
Marianne Rose
43:56
Any suggestions for purchasing plants that take into consideration altitude of 5000 feet?
Susann Mikkelson
44:06
xericgardenclub.org
Kevin Lombard
45:37
Cliff Rose Garden Center, Cortez CO
Kevin Lombard
46:50
Santa Ana Pueblo (Closed at the moment)
Lynn Janes
54:09
Don’t you need to be thoughtful about the Datura and pets?
Dorothy Duff
54:46
yes if your pets eat plants
Dorothy Duff
56:20
big tooth great if you live in the mountains
Zlata Nourie
01:08:36
Thank you!
Suzanne DeVos-Cole
01:10:45
desertblooms@nmsu.edu
Susann Mikkelson
01:11:06
Session recordings and handouts will be available here: https://aces.nmsu.edu/county/mora/water-conserve.html
Susann Mikkelson
01:17:29
https://www.youtube.com/user/xericenter/
Susann Mikkelson
01:18:46
https://desertblooms.nmsu.edu/
Sara Moran
01:20:35
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Dorothy Duff
01:24:25
If you have a very poor producing well is there a reason of having it monitored
Dorothy Duff
01:25:34
water level declined
Stephanie Reese
01:27:51
When transitioning from grass to xeriscape should you remove all the grass or let it die and till it into the soil?
Marisa Thompson
01:35:02
https://desertblooms.nmsu.edu/
Susann Mikkelson
01:36:39
https://desertblooms.nmsu.edu/plantadvisor/
Marisa Thompson
01:37:47
Removing grass to make a rock landscape https://aces.nmsu.edu/ces/yard/2007/121507.html
Marisa Thompson
01:38:09
Landscape Design and Horticulture https://aces.nmsu.edu/ces/mastergardeners/manual/docs/chap_4/chap4.a.pdf
Sara Moran
01:38:18
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Lynn Janes
01:38:32
Thank You. Much information and ideas. Super Links.
Susann Mikkelson
01:41:36
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Marisa Thompson
01:46:13
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