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File PDF document 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.
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Job Posting - Forest Ecologist, Flagstaff, AZ
The Nature Conservancy in Arizona is looking to hire a Forest Ecologist based in the Flagstaff, AZ area. This is an exciting opportunity, and we would appreciate your help in distributing this job posting to interested and qualified candidates.
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File text/texmacs 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.
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JOB OPENING – EMNRD Forestry Division
NM State Forestry is advertising for a Watershed Health Specialist. This is an Advanced Forester position based at the Forest and Watershed Health Office in Albuquerque, NM. Salary range is between $14.68 - $26.11 hourly, or $30,534 - $54,308 annually.
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Water Conservation position with the State of New Mexico
Opening for Water Resource Specialist at the NM Office of the State Engineer
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File application/x-troff-ms Fostering resilience in Southwestern ecosystems: A problem solving workshop
How do managers “build resilience” when ecosystems are undergoing rapid change? What are our options when megafires remove huge swaths of forests not well adapted to this disturbance? Join us and help develop answers to these urgent questions.
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File Urban Waters Small Grants Oppurtunity
The goal of the Urban Waters Small Grants program is to fund research, investigations, experiments, training, surveys, studies, and demonstrations that will advance the restoration of urban waters by improving water quality through activities that also support community revitalization and other local priorities. EPA expects to award approximately up to $1.6 million to support such projects, in grants of $40,000 to $60,000 each. The funding is part of EPA’s Urban Waters program, which supports communities in their efforts to access, improve, and benefit from their urban waters and the surrounding land.
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Field Trip Opportunity in SW Jemez Mtns
The Santa Fe National Forest is hosting three educational field trips into the Southwest Jemez Mountains Landscape Restoration project area. Field trip dates are: Saturday, June 2; Saturday, June 30; and Saturday, July 14. Registration forms will be available May 9 through May 25, between 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., at the Santa Fe National Forest Headquarters located at 11 Forest Lane in southwest Santa Fe and at the Jemez Ranger Station located at 051 Woodsy Lane in Jemez Springs. Registration forms are also available online at: All forms, including those received through e-mail, must be mailed and postmarked or hand-carried no later than May 25. By May 31, everyone who was selected to participate in the field trips will be notified by phone or email. Details about the field trips are outlined within the registration form.
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American Water Resources Association Healthy Forests = Healthy Waters Conference Abstracts
The AWRA Conference, titled "Healthy Forests = Healthy Waters", is accepting abstracts until FEBRUARY 8, 2013. The conference itself will be held June 27-28, 2013. The conference sessions will be relevant to water managers, aquatic biologists/ecologists, planners, engineers, forestland managers, economists, consultants, water purveyors and industrial users of water.
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The EMNRD Forestry Division has released a Request for Applications for Hazardous Fuel Treatments on Non-Federal Lands. The program funds projects that reduce wildfire threat to New Mexico Communities-at-Risk. Eligible applicants are governmental entities, including tribal governments, that are surrounded by hazardous forest fuels which pose a threat in the event of a wildland fire. Applications must be received at State Forestry’s Santa Fe Office by 4:30 p.m. MDT April 4, 2017. The Division will submit the highest scoring applications to the USDA Forest Service for possible Wildland Fire Hazardous Fuels (WFHF) funding. The 2017 RFA and application form are posted on the ‘RFPs and Grants’ page at
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