41st Annual Conference!

Join us April 8-10th, 2019 at Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town for our 41st Annual Conference!

Visit our event page HERE for more information on registration, vendor applications, delegate forms, and exhibitor applications!

Conference Schedule will be posted soon!

Important Dates:

Hotel Albuquerque Reservation Special Rate ($102) – March 17th, 2019

Deadline for Exhibitor Ads – March 25th, 2019

Award Nomination Forms – March 26th, 2019

Delegate Forms Due to NMRWA Office  – March 30th,2019  by 5 pm

Water Taste Test Entry’s – Bring to Taste Test table across from registration tables,  April 8th, 2019 by 12 pm

Membership Meeting – Tues, April 9th, 2019 8 am

Award Luncheon – Weds, April 10th, 2019 12 pm Alvarado Ballroom


Ground Water Level Monitoring Collaborative

Check out the latest news regarding the Ground Water Level Monitoring Collaborative:

Collaborative Ground Water Monitoring Network 

“The Aquifer Mapping Program at New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources (NMBGMR), with funding from Healy Foundation, is developing a statewide Collaborative Groundwater Monitoring Network for New Mexico. This voluntary Network will gather new and existing data on groundwater levels to help us understand how our state’s groundwater resources are changing through time, promote increased awareness of water issues around New Mexico, and provide an important foundation for making informed water-management decisions.”

For more information contact:

Martha Graham, NMRWA

Source Water Protection Program



Stacy Timmons, NMBGMR

Aquifer Mapping Program Manager



Sara Chudnoff, NMBGMR




NMRWA to Attend Rural Water Rally in Washington, DC

New Mexico Rural Water Association is proud to participate in the Rural Water Rally from February 5-7 in Washington, DC.

“The Rural Water Rally brings utility system representatives to Capitol Hill to support funding for infrastructure, training and technical assistance. All events are held at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill.The Rural Water Rally includes the Great American Water Taste Test, where drinking water from around the country is judged to determine the year’s best. Entries in the national competition have already won their State Association contests. Think yours is the best? Put it to the test! Contact your State Association for details.”

Can’t attend the conference? You can still participate! Write an official letter detailing how rural water has provided value to you and submit it to your State Association. Your letters will be shared in meetings with your elected officials. You can also get the word out by tweet or posting on Facebook using the #NRWArepresents.

Click here to learn more and register for the Rural Water Rally