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Forest Guild Completes First Controlled Burn on Private Land in La Cueva, New Mexico
The Forest Guild completed its first pile burn on private land in Santa Fe County.
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Resilient Landscapes - Fire Adapted Communities - Safe & Effective Wildfire Response
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For the past two years, the AridLID Workshops held in Albuquerque, New Mexico have built a growing discussion and exposition of Green Infrastructure (GI) and Low Impact Development (LID) practices that are appropriate to the unique climates of the southwestern U.S. In 2012, we are holding the conference in Tucson, Arizona, with the twin goals of sharing best practices and building professional networks across a wider swath of the region, and of developing a clearer Southwestern vision and voice in the growing national discussion on GI/LID. We are now soliciting proposals for speakers and posters.
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New report: Unlikely alliances bringing back dead rivers, barren landscapes, and farm yields
June 15, 2012 report released by a newly launched global coalition of research, advocacy and multilateral organizations.
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File PDF document Karuk Tribe: Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge within Natural Resource Management
In 2010, the Karuk Tribe released a draft Eco-Cultural Resources Management Plan to create a long-term adaptation strategy for the protection, enhancement and utilization of cultural and natural resources. The Eco-Cultural Resources Management Plan establishes a framework for considering a wide range of human and environmental stressors to the Karuk Tribe, including climate change.
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Advocates discuss protecting streams and restoring rivers
Titled “From Mountaintop to River Bottom: Teaming up for Healthy Watersheds,” the forum’s speakers focused on collaboration among agencies and citizens—and the need to look upstream when thinking about watershed restoration. Speakers hit on issues including the effect of forest thinning projects on downstream waters, restoration in the Valles Caldera National Preserve and restoration projects in the Middle Rio Grande.
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Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network
New FAC Learning Network Video
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Nominations sought for 2018 Wildfire Mitigation Awards
The International Association of Fire Chiefs , National Association of State Foresters, National Fire Protection Association and USDA Forest Service are now accepting nominations for the 2018 Wildfire Mitigation Awards. Nominations are due November 10, 2017.
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Think Trees Conference - January 18 & 19, 2018
An Urban Tree Care Conference in Albuquerque, NM. ISA Certification and other professional CEU credits.
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Earth Works Institute receives State Grant for Watershed Planning in Embudo/Dixon
Starting late this fall, Earth Works Institute will ramp up its watershed planning and restoration activities in the Lower Embudo Valley when it launches a 3-year program to update a watershed plan for the Rio Embudo.
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