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Mountainair Collaborative

The Mountainair Collaborative brings partners and stakeholders in the Mountainair Ranger District landscape together to create a collaborative infrastructure and process to build on current

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Otero Working Group

The Otero Working Group (OWG) is an interagency collaborative organization that draws together public and private entities to address forest and watershed restoration in the

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Smokey Bear Collaborative

The Smokey Bear Collaborative brings together stakeholders with an interest in recreation, tourism and road and trail management on the Lincoln National Forest’s Smokey Bear

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South Mountain Weather Station

The South Mountain Weather Station (SMWS) was installed to provide meteorological and soil moisture and temperature data as part of a watershed health and restoration

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Patti Dappen

GIS Program Manager NM Forest and Watershed Restoration Instituteprdappen@nmhu.edu Education: M.A.G. Masters of Applied Geography, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM (1999)B.S. World Studies/International

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The Gallinas Partnership

Mission: Improve the health and safety of the Gallinas and neighboring watersheds to mitigate the potential for catastrophic wildfire and to secure a more certain and

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Southwest Fuels Guide Photo Series

This photo series was compiled by NMFWRI to show different wood fuels residues specifically in Southwest mixed conifer, ponderosa pine, and piñon-juniper. Since 2007, NMFWRI

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Tamarisk Leaf Beetle

The tamarisk leaf beetle (TLB) was first introduced in 2001, in an attempt to curb dense stands of saltcedars (tamarisk) that line southwestern rivers. The beetles

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