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The National Association of State Foresters (NASF), the USDA Forest Service, and the American Forest Foundation (AFF) partnered to establish a campaign designed to raise U.S. awareness of the value of forests through the International Year of Forests celebration. With Forest Service support, NASF created and manages this website to serve all members of the U.S. forestry community. The website provides free toolkit materials anyone can use to celebrate forests in their own community; it is also a central forum for sharing ideas and events.
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File image/x-icon Models, Maps and Meetings: Using Science to Guide CS Implementation in Northern New Mexico
Presentation to the Cohesive Strategy Science Workshop in Reno, Nevada on April 26, 2017
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Fire restrictions and closures to remain in place to reduce the risk of human caused fires
Albuquerque, NM, June 19, 2018 – While some portions of Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands received up to two inches of rain last weekend, it was not enough to lower the fire danger significantly. Forest fuels are quickly drying out again and the extended weather forecast calls for continued very hot and dry conditions. A substantial amount of precipitation will be needed before the current fire restrictions can be lifted. To reduce the risk of human caused fires and to ensure the safety of fire fighters, the public, and our precious natural resources, please observe the following restrictions: • The Mountainair Ranger District will remain in full closure, including all Forest Service roads, trails, and picnic areas. • The Sandia Ranger District remains closed, including all Forest Service roads, trails, and picnic areas except for Foothills Trail #365, the Sandia Peak Tram, and the Sandia Ranger District Administrative site which includes the Tijeras Pueblo, trail, and programs. • Stage II fire restrictions remain in place on the Mount Taylor and Magdalena Ranger Districts and the Kiowa-Rita Blanca National Grasslands. To learn more about New Mexico fire restrictions, visit . Fire updates are also posted on the New Mexico Fire Information website at
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File image/x-icon Reducing the Threat of Uncharacteristically Severe Wildfire to Safeguard Western Water Supply: Building local capacity to empower now-unengaged private forest landowners across Colorado, Utah and New Mexico
American Forest Foundation Request for Proposals, April 2017. Handout from April 21, 2017 Coordinating Group meeting.
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Report by Union of Concerned Scientists, July 2014
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Science You Can Use Bulletin, Issue 19. Fort Collins, CO: Rocky Mountain Research Station. Published May 2016
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