Virtually walk through New Mexico forests to learn about effective forest restoration. What should a forest look like after a restoration project?
This photo series was compiled by NMFWRI to show different wood fuels residues specifically in Southwest mixed conifer, ponderosa pine, and
The tamarisk leaf beetle (TLB) was first introduced in 2001, in an attempt to curb dense stands of saltcedars (tamarisk) that line southwestern
PDF Documents Links A Guide to Staying Safe During Wildfires This all-in-one guide delivers the essential strategies and tactics to keep
The Community Forest Restoration Act (Title VI, Public Law 106-393), which established the Collaborative Forest Restoration Program (CFRP), calls for
The USFS Collaborative Forest Restoration Program (CFRP) provides grants of up to $360,000 to stakeholders for forest restoration projects in New
Below are some of our favorites plant resources. Other NM Plant Guide Websites Wildflowers of New Mexico - Flowering Plant Identification
NMFWRI co-sponsored desired conditions workshops that took place in Silver City, NM and Reserve, NM in August 2017 The public was invited to