• 5 Lessons

    Elder Interviews and Traditional Ecological Knowledge

    The first step in River Source's theory of change engages us in community learning, investing in activating curiosity about how land, water, and plants have been used and changed in the local area based on what people have experienced in the past.  We seek people who, like us, want experiences in learning about traditional ecological knowledge about how people valued water and land in the past, particularly seeking to learn what principles guided how people had productive relationships with water, forests, and rangelands.  These stories from people who have lived there often form the basis of shaping how land and watershed conservation work gets done successfully going forward.
  • 22 Lessons

    Watershed Academy~Pathways for Water and Climate Resilience

    Concepts and practices for developing watershed job skills!
  • 8 Lessons

    Watershed Watch Community Science

    Watershed science for students of all ages!
  • 5 Lessons

    Youth for a Secure Water and Climate Future

    The Youth for a Secure Water and Climate Future Program is RiverSource's annual civics literacy and youth advocacy program. Developed during the online 2021 NM State legislative session, this curriculum highlights current issues in water, climate, wildlife, and outdoor economics through a four video series of conversations with local experts. Resources are also provided to amplify your voices in the legislative process and beyond as your grow your burgeoning careers.