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What does SFWA stand for?

SFWA stands for Santa Fe Watershed Association (Santa Fe, NM)


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The show is co-sponsored by the Santa Fe Watershed Association, a local nonprofit organization that has worked to return water to the fiver bed, supported scientific research and implemented restoration projects.
Seeds of Change[R], an industry leader in the sustainability of organic agriculture practices worldwide, has joined efforts with Mayor David Coss and the Santa Fe Watershed Association in a mission to restore and protect the Santa Fe River - recently designated the most endangered river in the United States.
The Santa Fe Watershed Association is collecting blue valentines for the river.
Salazar, Salazar Elementary School, Santa Fe Arts Commission, Santa Fe Business Alliance, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe Complex, Santa Fe congregations, Santa Fe County Trails & Open Spaces, Santa Fe Girls School, Santa Fe Parks Commission, Santa Fe Prep, Santa Fe Reporter, Santa Fe University of Art & Design, Santa Fe Trails, Santa Fe Watershed Association, state of New Mexico, Watershed West, WildEarth Guardians, YouthWorks.
Watershed group needs kids' boots The Santa Fe Watershed Association is collecting rubber boots in good condition in order to take fourth- and fifth-grade students up into the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed.
Among the recipients were Santa Fe organizations like The Food Depot, La Familia Medical Center and the Santa Fe Watershed Association.
Over her 61 years in Santa Fe, Petchesky worked on various committees and boards such as the Community College District Plan, The Old Santa Fe Association, the Old Santa Fe Trail Association and the Santa Fe Watershed Association -- all of which have goals to preserve the natural landscape in some capacity.