Partnerships lead to local landscape enthusiasm!
- Over 10,000 students, teachers, and community members are involved with BEMP every year!
- School involvement includes: public, traditional, alternative, charter, private, parochial & home schools groups.
- Peer teaching opportunities with UNM students mentoring younger students.
- Local, state and national recognition and awards for BEMP science, community service, outreach, & educational activities.
- Provide additional trainings for agency staff, teachers, and students.
- Host an annual Student Congress event to celebrate bosque education. Students who monitor BEMP sites present to each other. Learn more about BEMP Congress.
- Intel Sustainability in Action: In 2014, BEMP began working with INTEL staff to inspire high school students to use science and technology to better understand their natural world. Students build and program their own automated monitoring devices to gather data about conditions in the Rio Grande bosque. The devices will monitor temperature and precipitation, and well as soil moisture, soil temperature, and other variables that will give scientists a more in-depth picture of environmental change in the bosque.
- The Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park (in southern NM) is an educational partner of BEMP and the location of our southern-most BEMP site.
- The Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) and BEMP partner to create and present an educational program: Stormwater Science. This program looks at the effects of storms on our drinking water. Stormwater Science Report Check out our Education page to get your classroom involved in this program.