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official website of the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition. Read about the Coalition and our projects. Learn about news and events. Find partners, contacts and resources.
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Tips on campfire safety, debris burning, equipment maintenance and house safety, plus links to wildfire science and fire fighting.
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The New Mexico Climate Center is located on the campus of New Mexico State Univerity. The center operates a small network of weather stations across the state and gathers data from other mesonets.
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Website produced by Portapotty.net describing water conservation facts and tips.
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The NFPA has a new website for home/landowners for their Fire Adapted Communities program.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
We're people of northern New Mexico, living in and around the upper Pecos and Canadian River watersheds. A nonprofit organization of young, old and in-between, students and retired people, office workers, engineers and wildlife professionals -- all concerned about the land. Government and private landowners need good information on which to base their decisions for the long-term health of the environment. We do ecological monitoring to help fill that gap. Monitoring is done by community members under the direction of professionals.
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Climate Masters (New Mexico Environment Department)
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The New Mexico Drought Task Force recommends strategies for reducing the state's vulnerability to drought.
Located in Library / General Library Holdings / New Mexico's Forest and Watershed Health Plan Background Info
US Drought Monitor
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The consortium is a way for managers, scientists, and policy makers to interact and share science in ways that can effectively move new information to management practices. The Southwest is one of the most fire-dominated regions of the US, but limited in terms of regional organizations focused on fire research and information dissemination. In the Southwest there are many localized efforts to develop scientific information and to disseminate that to practitioners on the ground, but these initiatives are often not well coordinated or aware of all the information and resources that are available. The consortium will help bring these parallel efforts together to be more efficient and inclusive. It also seeks to link the academic community and the management community in educating future fire professionals with up-to-date science as well as practical experience.
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