View the 2021 Annual Report!

The 2021 MRGESCP Annual Report gives you an overview of the Program's 2021 accomplishments and outlook for 2022. You can also read 2021 signatory highlights! Click this Link to view all MRGESCP Annual Reports.

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Check Out the August Newsletter!

Check out the newsletter to find out what's happening in the MRGESCP! You can read about the uncertainty of monsoons, see the winner of the photo contest, learn about upcoming events in the MRG, and more! Click the Link to view all newsletters.

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Watch the Collaborative Seminars!

Chavez, McCollough, & Shaw presented on the Deep Dark Woods fire on Aug 11. Dudley presented on the 2021 RGSM Pop Mon Program on Aug 23. Click the link below to view both! Click this Link to view all seminar PPTs.

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The Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Collaborative Program (MRGESCP or Program) is a partnership of 16 federal, state, tribal, local, and non-profit signatory agencies and organizations working together to support the recovery of endangered species in the Middle Rio Grande.

MRGESCP
Mission

The MRGESCP provides a collaborative forum to support scientific analysis and implementation of adaptive management to the benefit and recovery of the listed species pursuant to the Endangered Species Act within the Program Area, and to protect existing and future water uses while complying with applicable state, federal and tribal laws, rules and regulations.

Upcoming Events

Recent Publications

Date Published: 2022/08/19

Rio Grande Silvery Minnow Population Monitoring During July 2022

Dudley R.K., Platania S.P., White G.C.

Date Published: 2022/08/01

Rio Grande Silvery Minnow October Monitoring: 2020

Best E., Bullard M.,

Species of Interest

The MRGESCP supports activities that focus on the following listed species in the Middle Rio Grande:

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Photo Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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Photo Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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Photo Credit: Andy Reago and Chrissy Mc Clarren

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Photo Credit: Shannon Caruso

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Photo Credit: Joel Lusk