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Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group

Welcome to the home page for New Mexico's Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group.

About the Coordinating Group 

The New Mexico Forest and Watershed Health Plan calls for a representative advisory group to advise and provide direction on the Plan’s implementation, and to ensure coordination of and outreach to stakeholders. The Governor's Drought Task Force also called for a subcommittee chaired by the State Forester to address watershed health and management in New Mexico.
 
The Forestry Division’s Forest and Watershed Health Office hosts quarterly meetings of a multi-entity Watershed Management Subcommittee/Coordinating Group formed to fulfill those directives. Members identify issues that affect natural resource management or hamper restoration efforts, then work collectively to find solutions. The group establishes task teams that tackle specific problems or produce desired products. These Task Teams may function as standing committees for ongoing efforts or may be ad-hoc working groups, existing only until a particular job is done.
 
The Coordinating Group’s membership includes representatives from the following agencies and organizations:
 
 

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