The Institute is seeking a natural resources professional to work with our team.
Forester Kent Reid, former NMFWRI director, will be the instructor for the next two free workshops. These are part of the ongoing Querencia in Action
FWRI and Luna Community College have teamed up to help landowners with tips and techniques for reducing erosion and restoring forests in burned areas.
The New Mexico Fire Viewer is an easy-to-use web map that
Three institutes working to improve forest health and reduce catastrophic wildfires in the West will get a $20 million financial boost from the
Please note that the March 2022 Cross-Boundary Landscape Restoration Workshop has been POSTPONED. We are very much looking forward to reconvening with
Alan Barton, previously the manager of the collaboration program at the New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, stepped into the role
Our Institute, along with our two sister Institute's, make up the Southwest Ecological Restoration Institute's (SWERI). We recently held our annual
January – March 2021Maps are a proven way to bring partners around the table and identify areas and issues of common concern. Everything happens