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Unprecedented study relies on more than 1,500 years of tree-ring data and hundreds of years of fire-scar records gathered from Ponderosa Pine forests
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Publication of Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center.
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Read about this year’s fire season, news from the National Interagency Fire Center, what’s a “megafire” and more at: www.nifc.gov/aboutNIFC/about_documents/newsletter/bi_Summer2011.pdf
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A small team was assembled to work with the Apache-Sitgreave National Forest and local partners to assess the effects of the fuel treatments and compile a report with the findings. The report "How Fuel Treatments Saved Homes from the 2011 Wallow Fire" was the product of this effort. Personnel from the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest and the Southwestern Region Office will talk about the effects of fuel treatments and communities affected by the Wallow Fire.
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New Mexico Wildfire Information Home
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File image/x-icon Wildfire Season in New Mexico
Our New Mexico Departments of Agriculture; Homeland Security and Emergency Management; and Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources are working hard to help New Mexicans prepare for, prevent, and respond to wildfires. This guide is a critical part of this mission, arming New Mexicans with valuable information and resources that will help protect lives and property during what will likely be another active and destructive wildfire season.
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A small team was assembled to work with the Apache-Sitgreave National Forest and local partners to assess the effects of the fuel treatments and compile a report with the findings. The report "How Fuel Treatments Saved Homes from the 2011 Wallow Fire" was the product of this effort. Personnel from the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest and the Southwestern Region Office will talk about the effects of fuel treatments and communities affected by the Wallow Fire.
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Video object code Why Wildfires Keep Getting Bigger (Video)
The first of four (4) recorded PowerPoint presentations given during the "Preparing for Large Wildfires in New Mexico" workshop series, April 2018.
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File PDF document Fire Wise Plant Materials
This pamphlet is based on and borrowed heavily from a publication by Chuck Dennis of the Colorado State Forest Service, Colorado State University. Thanks to our neighbors to the north. It contains Fire Wise landscaping information on how landscaping can be aesthetically pleasing while reducing potential wildfire fuel. Plant choice, spacing and maintenance are critical. Your landscape, and the plants in it must be maintained to retain their Fire Wise properties.
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File PDF document Grass Seed Mixes to Reduce Wildfire Hazard
Grass Seed Mixes to Reduce Wildfire Hazard pdf
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