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  • Harding County :: Probate Court
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    Original URL path: http://www.hcnm.net/about/county-government/probate-court/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Harding County :: Federal
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  • Harding County :: Natural Resources Conservation Service
    Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Government Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Natural Resources Conservation Service County Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities State Shawna Trujillo District Jason Scott Soil Sean Lewis East Area Rangeland Terica Jeffrey Administrative Assistant The Natural Resources Conservation Service NRCS formerly known as the Soil Conservation Service SCS is an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture USDA that provides technical assistance to farmers and other private landowners and managers Its name was changed in 1994 during the Presidency of Bill Clinton to reflect its broader mission It is a relatively small agency currently comprising about 12 000 employees Its mission is to improve protect and conserve natural resources on private lands through a cooperative partnership with local and state agencies While its primary focus has been agricultural lands it has made many technical contributions to soil surveying classification and water quality improvement 1 2 One example is the Conservation Effects Assessment Project CEAP set up to quantify the benefits of agricultural conservation efforts promoted and supported by programs in the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 2002 Farm Bill NRCS is the leading agency in this project NRCS History The agency was founded largely through the efforts of Hugh Hammond Bennett a soil conservation

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  • Harding County :: Ute Creek SWCD
    Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Government Federal Ute Creek SWCD Ute Creek SWCD County Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities State Winter Newsletter December 2011 Terry Mitchell President Harry Hopson Vice President Caitlin Holmes Treasurer Secretary Roy Mitchell Supervisor Mary Libby Campbell Supervisor Soil and water conservation districts are independent subdivisions of state government governed by boards of supervisors local landowners and residents elected or appointed to the board for a four year term A soil and water conservation district SWCD is authorized by the Soil and Water Conservation District Act 73 20 25 through 73 20 48 NMSA 1978 to conserve and develop the natural resources of the state provide for flood control preserve wildlife protect the tax base and promote the health safety and general welfare of the people of New Mexico SWCDs coordinate assistance from all available sources public and private local state and federal in an effort to develop locally driven solutions to local natural resource concerns Forty seven SWCDs encompass the majority of New Mexico s land area Water

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  • Harding County :: Mesa SWCD
    Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Government Federal Mesa SWCD Mesa SWCD County Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities State Winter Newsletter December 2011 Allen Herron President Conservationist Bill Shaffer Vice President Technician Richard Shaw Treasurer Secretary Management Specialist Charles Webster Supervisor Clay Lightfoot Supervisor Soil and water conservation districts are independent subdivisions of state government governed by boards of supervisors local landowners and residents elected or appointed to the board for a four year term A soil and water conservation district SWCD is authorized by the Soil and Water Conservation District Act 73 20 25 through 73 20 48 NMSA 1978 to conserve and develop the natural resources of the state provide for flood control preserve wildlife protect the tax base and promote the health safety and general welfare of the people of New Mexico SWCDs coordinate assistance from all available sources public and private local state and federal in an effort to develop locally driven solutions to local natural resource concerns Forty seven SWCDs encompass the majority of New Mexico s land area Water

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  • Harding County :: Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project
    Riparian Restoration Project County Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities State Project seeks to control invasive plants along Canadian River Special to The Raton Range The Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project is currently underway in Colfax Harding County The project seeks to control salt cedar Russian olive and other invasive plants along the Canadian River and its tributaries utilizing chemical mechanical and biological control Many county residents have seen the helicopter either at rest in Raton or in action applying herbicides along the riparian areas waterways of the Canadian River and other contributing streams According to Jack Chatfield the project manager the herbicide applications are being wrapped up for the season since plants are entering dormancy for the winter season In 2004 the state Legislature appropriated 4 8 million to address the problem of salt cedar Russian olive and related non native invasive plant species in New Mexico Some of that money is being used to address salt cedar problems along the Canadian Pecos and Rio Grande rivers this year More than 3 800 acres are currently being treated along the Canadian River to reduce those invasive plant species Salt cedar also called tamarisk and Russian olive were introduced from Eurasia many years ago and are now widespread in the United States Both salt cedar and Russian olive have been used as ornamental plants but have become naturalized along streams rivers and reservoirs and are rapidly replacing native riparian species Salt cedar trees require very large amounts of water each day and force out native vegetation endanger water tables and interfere with the structure and stability of natural ecosystems Because of it being non native salt cedar has no natural enemies such as disease and insects to keep its population

    Original URL path: http://www.hcnm.net/about/federal-agencies/canadian-river-riparian-restoration-project/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Harding County :: Municipalities
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  • Village of Mosquero
    Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Government Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Mosquero County Federal Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Mosquero is a Spanish word used to convey a swarm of flies fleas or mosquitoes Mosquero is located on State Highway 39 Interstate 25 can be accessed 52 miles to the west of Wagon Mound Located on the high plains of northeastern New Mexico Mosquero is the county seat of Harding County and is the smallest county seat in New Mexico The original town site plat was filed in July of 1908 Mosquero is conveniently located just a short drive from the breathtaking views of the New Mexico ranges of the Rocky Mountains Mosquero started as a settlement for the construction of the Dawson Railway in 1906 This stretch of rail was built from Tucumcari to the coal fields in Dawson by the Southern Pacific Railroad The railroad was removed in 1964 During the 1920s and 1930s dry ice was produced here because of the presence

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