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Sacramento Mountains Desired Conditions Tour - October 2016

Two workshops will be held, both covering the same material and visiting the same sites. The first will emphasize the landscape-level benefits of leaving groups and openings in forest restoration, and the second will emphasize stand-level actions for workers in the woods. The practices and protocols discussed during these workshops will serve as good background information for the Lincoln National Forest’s current Forest Plan Revision, but they can be applied to any land ownership. The workshop is open to all, including private landowners, especially those who manage ponderosa pine and mixed conifer. Each workshop will start with a half-day of indoor presentation of background information, then move outdoors. The afternoon of the first day will be around Ruidoso. The entire second day will be east and south of Cloudcroft. Transportation will be provided for the field tours. When The workshops will take place the last week of October. The landscape-scale tour for managers will take place Tuesday 25 – Wednesday 26 October. The stand-level tour for implementers will take place Thursday 27 – Friday 28 October 2016. The workshops are free, but you must register ahead of time to secure your place. Number of participants will be capped at 30 for each workshop. To register, send name and contact information to Josie Lujan at FWRI (jmlujan@nmhu.edu), or call 505-426-2080. For more information click on the PDF below.

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