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The New Mexico River Ecosystem Restoration Initiative The River Ecosystem Restoration Initiative ("RERI") was established as part of Governor Richardson’s “2007 Year of Water” legislative agenda. The RERI is designed to sustain, re-establish and rehabilitate the integrity and understanding of New Mexico’s river ecosystems through the enhancement of physical, chemical and biological characteristics. Since 2007 twenty-seven projects have been funded to restore 2,394 riparian acres and 33 river miles. New Mexico has awarded over $5 million through 27 RERI grants and this has yielded an additional $3 million from in-kind contributions and leveraged another $3 million from federal and private restoration funding sources. RERI funded projects have created 222 full-time, part-time and temporary private sector jobs.Download file (4.5 MB)
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