In 1992, I was the Chairman for the first Rio Puerco committee under the Economic Development Program in Cuba under the Forest Service. We did a great deal of range improvement with Tibuthiron and worked with the acequias in the Cuba and La Jara areas. We worked with minimal amounts of money. When the committee was added to the BLM with the Bingaman monies, the Rio Puerco Management Committee became a vital force. It has been interesting and has done a lot of work in the past 15 years.