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Dialogue Board meeting - July 18, 2019

Note new date (one week later than usual). Regular business meeting.

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Dialogue Board meeting - June 13, 2019

Regular meeting; note later time.

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Dialogue Board meeting - May 16, 2019

Note: postponed from May 9. Regular board meeting.

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Low-Cost Seedlings Available for Spring Planting

Low-Cost Seedlings Available for Spring Planting

SANTA FE, NM – Thousands of seedlings are still available for purchase through the New Mexico State Forestry (NMSF) Conservation Seedling Program. Species include Ponderosa pine, Douglas-fir, bur oak, prairie sky poplar, chokecherry, desert mountain mahogany, woods rose and many more! The deadline to order online is April 12, 2019.

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Dialogue Board meeting - April 11, 2019

Regular board meeting: note different location (DBS&A)

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Dialogue Board meeting - March 14, 2019

Regular meeting - note time change to 1:00 pm.

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The Dialogue's 25th Annual Statewide Meeting

WATER DIALOGUE AT 25: HONORING OUR PAST/PLANNING OUR FUTURE

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Dialogue Board meeting - September 13, 2018

Further planning for our 25th annual Statewide Meeting

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Five Star Urban Waters Grants Awarded to Rocky Mountain Youth Corps Project in New Mexico

Five Star Urban Waters Grants Awarded to Rocky Mountain Youth Corps Project in New Mexico

With support from EPA, community-led projects will restore urban waters and streams, address water quality in priority watersheds

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Dialogue Board meeting - August 9, 2018

Regular meeting: planning for 25th ASM

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Dialogue Board meeting - July 12, 2018

Regular meeting; planning for 25th Annual Statewide Meeting January 10, 2019

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Dialogue Board meeting - July 12, 2018

Regular Board meeting - plan for 25th annual statewide meeting with Lucy Moore.

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Fire restrictions and closures to remain in place to reduce the risk of human caused fires

Albuquerque, NM, June 19, 2018 – While some portions of Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands received up to two inches of rain last weekend, it was not enough to lower the fire danger significantly. Forest fuels are quickly drying out again and the extended weather forecast calls for continued very hot and dry conditions. A substantial amount of precipitation will be needed before the current fire restrictions can be lifted. To reduce the risk of human caused fires and to ensure the safety of fire fighters, the public, and our precious natural resources, please observe the following restrictions: • The Mountainair Ranger District will remain in full closure, including all Forest Service roads, trails, and picnic areas. • The Sandia Ranger District remains closed, including all Forest Service roads, trails, and picnic areas except for Foothills Trail #365, the Sandia Peak Tram, and the Sandia Ranger District Administrative site which includes the Tijeras Pueblo, trail, and programs. • Stage II fire restrictions remain in place on the Mount Taylor and Magdalena Ranger Districts and the Kiowa-Rita Blanca National Grasslands. To learn more about New Mexico fire restrictions, visit https://firerestrictions.us/nm/ . Fire updates are also posted on the New Mexico Fire Information website at www.nmfireinfo.com.

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Bureau of Reclamation, NM Interstate Stream Commission begin planning phase for NM Unit of Central Arizona Project

public notice re: 8 upcoming scoping meetings starting July 12, 2018. Comments due July 20.

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Save the Date! 6th International Fire Behaviour & Fuels Conference April 29-May 3, 2019

One conference in three locations. The conference theme is "Fuels of Today – Fire Behavior of Tomorrow" Understanding Fire Behavior and Fuels for Sound Decision Making and Effective Management.

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BIA Resilience Funding Opportunity for Tribal Projects

Funding available for tribal projects that support tribal resiliency

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Funding Opportunity: BIA Resilience Funding Opportunity for Tribal Organizations

Availability of funding for tribal projects that support tribal resilience

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ONRT and Federal Agencies Release Final Restoration Plan for Environmental Damage at Chevron Mining Inc., Questa Site

News Update about the released the final Restoration Plan and Environmental Assessment (“final RP/EA”) for the Chevron Mining Inc. Questa Mine (“Site”).

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