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Collection: Forestry issues in an urban setting
Trees and People Survey, 1/09 update
Trees and People Survey, 1/09 update
Urban and Community Forestry
The New Mexico Urban and Community Forestry Program serves as an avenue to provide education and support to communities across the state for managing their urban forests.
Watershed Forestry Resource Guide
An online collection of resources from the Center for Watershed Protection and the US Forest Service Northeastern Area. Provides useful tools and training materials about managing urban forests for watershed health. Links to topical collections including: Forest Planning And Assessment, Reducing Stormwater Runoff, Forest-Friendly Development, and Planting and Maintaining Trees
New Mexico Urban and Community Forestry Program - Strategic Plan
New Mexico Urban and Community Forestry Program - Strategic Plan
2008 EMNRD Strategic Plan
2008 EMNRD Strategic Plan
2008 EMNRD Strategic Plan
The strategic plan for the forestry division of the New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department.
State Urban & Community Forestry Program Manager - apply by 8/18/11
The Urban & Community Forestry (U&CF) Program Manager embraces statewide responsibilities. Serves as state representative for United States Forest Service (USFS) Region 3 on the Western Forestry Leadership Coalition (WFLC) Urban & Community Forestry Committee. Duties Include - Initiates a State U&CF Program Strategic Plan, at least every five (5) years -Writes and administers the Professional Services Contract (PSA) for the statewide Volunteer Coordinator Contractor (currently Tree New Mexico) -Leads the New Mexico Urban Forest Council (NMUFC) -Manages the New Mexico State Big Tree Program; the New Mexico Forest Re-Leaf Program -Leads the Tree Planting Advisory Committee (TPAC) and the statewide Back yard Tree Farm Program -Represents and promotes the direction, philosophy, and strategic plan elements of the EMNRD Forestry Division. Agency contact for this position is: Andrew Frederick, State Timber Management Officer (505) 476-3343
For Communities
For Communities
New Mexico Forest Re-Leaf Grant Applications Now Being Accepted
New Mexico schools, universities, local, state, federal and tribal entities are encouraged to submit proposals for grant funding to plant trees. The Forest Re-Leaf Program can provide up to $6,000 for each tree planting project. The application deadline is August 21, 2013.
Trees and People Survey, 1/09 update
Trees and People Survey, 1/09 update
RFP for 2014 Urban and Community Forestry Challenge Cost-Share Grants
The US Forest Service announces approximately $900,000 in grant funds will be awarded through the 2014 National Urban and Community Forestry Challenge Cost-Share Grant Program. Funds are to support national urban and community forestry projects on non-federal public land that have a national or widespread impact and application. Pre-proposals are due July 15, 2013. Full proposals (tentatively) due July 15, 2013.
Forest and Watershed Health Office Annual Report FY06-07
Forest and Watershed Health Office Annual Report FY06-07
Forest Stewardship Plan for Grant County
Forest Stewardship Plan for Grant County
Forest and Watershed Health Office Annual Report FY09
Description of actions taken in FY09 to implement the New Mexico State Forest and Watershed Health Plan
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.
Healthy Forests Restoration Act
Congressional Bill H.R. 1904 of the 108th Congress
Forest and Watershed Health Office Annual Report FY07-08
New Mexico Forest and Watershed Health Office Annual Report FY07-08
Across the Western Landscape: Priority Issues and Strategies for Western Forests
This Document elaborates issues, projects, and strategies to deal with the changing environment of Western American forest land. . The 2008 Farm Bill set into motion a landmark endeavor for all U.S. states and Pacific Islands to complete assessments of the forests within their boundaries and to develop strategies to address identified threats and opportunities. This document states some of these findings up through 2013
Job Posting: Collaboration Program Manager
This job position is searching for someone to bring together stakeholder groups, facilitate cooperative action, and compile lessons learned from collaboration.
2004 Communities At Risk
2004 Communities At Risk
Forest and Watershed Health Office Annual Workplan FY08
New Mexico Forest and Watershed Health Office Annual Workplan FY08
2015 Western State Fire Assistance Legal Notice
A legal notice for 2015 Western State Fire Assistance funding opportunity. This notice addresses State Forestry’s Request for Applications for planning and implementing hazardous fuels mitigation projects that will reduce fire threat in Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) areas in New Mexico (also known as WUI grants).
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