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File Ecological and Social Consequences of Collaborative Bison Reintroduction in the Western U.S.
This study focuses on evaluating the status and impact of collaborative conversation groups in the US
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File Can Crayfish and Creek Chub Sustain Otters in the Mora River
River otters have been successfully reintroduced to other NM rivers. If the Mora River is similar to these systems, then the biomass & production rate of fish and crayfish will sustain the min. river otter dietary requirements.
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File application/x-troff-ms Pinon and Juniper Encroachment Impacts on Shortgrass Prairie Ecosystems
How does woody shrub encroachment influence plant diversity, vegetation cover and community service?
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File Troff document Native Seed Restoration Project
This service learning partnership with RMNWR provides information about native plant species germination percentages and conditions that plants encounter. Rio Mora can use this information begin their restoration with a seed mix that is successful and resilient in the local habitat.
Located in Groups / / Research and Studies / NMHU Research Posters
File Do Pinon and Juniper Shrubs Out-Compete Herbaceous Vegetation?
With an open landscape and semiarid climate, short grass prairies support unique biodiversity, including bison, songbirds and a variety of grass species.
Located in Groups / / Research and Studies / NMHU Research Posters
File Plan to Increase American Beaver Populations at Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge, NM
Plan to Increase American Beaver Populations at Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge, NM Goals: Grow beaver population in Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge to 20; Improve and expand habitat; Deter bison from beaver habitat
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File After Wildfire: Planning for the Next Big One (PowerPoint presentation)
PowerPoint presentation presented by Mary Stuever, NM State Forestry Chama District Forester at Preparing for Large Wildfires in New Mexico workshop series, April 2018.
Located in Groups / Wildfire Mitigation and Planning Project Workgroup / Public Collaborative Group Folder
FOREST BOUND: A free immersion and conservation training opportunity for youth
FOREST BOUND is a FREE native plant ecology training program for high school age youth, utilizing the Native Plant Curriculum, From Ponderosa to Prickly Pear, developed by the Institute for Applied Ecology.
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An ecoregional curriculum for grades 9-12. Written by Jennie Crammer, Jody Einerson, Yvonne Hickerson, 2016. Institute for Applied Ecology
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File image/x-icon Resources for Private Forest Landowners in New Mexico
Are you a private forestland owner in New Mexico? You may be interested in learning more about your forest, improving the health of your land, creating better wildlife habitat, addressing wildfire hazard or improving the health of your riparian forest (or bosque), or learning more about forest industry. If so, you may be unsure of where to begin. The following pages contain resources for technical and financial assistance for forest landowners, including resources for forest health, forest thinning and more.
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