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RiverXchange is open to 4th-6th grade classes (ages 9-12) anywhere in the world!
- RiverXchange Video Projects Showcase 21st Century Skills
- RiverXchangers Create Dramatic Presentations, Raise Baby Fish, and More!
- World Water Monitoring Challenge Contest! Get Connected!
- RiverXchange: Outstanding New Mexico Field Trips!
- RiverXchange and Extension Agents receive team award from NMSU
- Middle Rio Grande Urban Waters Federal Partnership – exciting news for RiverXchange!
- RX students achieve Proficiency on many water resources topics
- RiverXchange Fieldtrips Connect Students to the Rio Grande
- RMSAWWA & RMWEA Funding, Water for People Volunteers Help Make Water Quality Testing a Reality!
- NMSU Cooperative Extension and RiverXchange
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What are 21st Century Learning Skills? Check out our students’ video projects that integrate all of these skills – they are highly entertaining and informative! Zombie Polluters Pollution Police Rio Grande Rap St. Hilda’s – Water Monitoring Advertisements
The first half of the 2013-2014 RiverXchange program has showcased many creative projects from around the world. Students have created PowerPoints and videos about their rivers, watersheds and critical issues affecting these resources. We saw “news reporters”, dramatic presentations, puppets, … Continue reading
The World Water Monitoring Challenge is an international education and outreach program that builds public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world by engaging citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local water bodies. JOIN WWMC! Support … Continue reading
During the 2012/2013 school year, 1,125 New Mexico students experienced the local watershed in their backyard as they explored the Rio Grande bosque. Spanish for forest, the bosque is the green outline along the Rio Grande, carrying precious water through … Continue reading
On April 19, we had the honor of traveling down to Las Cruces to join Cooperative Extension agents from three counties in receiving a Team Award from New Mexico State University’s College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. This annual … Continue reading
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) will co-lead a team of federal partners towards a conservation initiative, a restoration project, and a pilot program for storm water permits in the Middle Rio Grande … Continue reading
Read the RiverXchange 2012 Report to learn more!