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 relationships and create new relationships for working together to benefit the social, ecological, and economics well being of its communities.
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Vision of the Mountainair Collaborative
The Mountainair Collaborative envisions that the landscape of the Mountainair Ranger District and nearby communities will be prosperous, healthy, resilient and sustainable. As stewards of this landscape, the Mountainair Collaborative seeks to promote ecological, social, cultural and economic values.
Purpose of the Mountainair Collaborative
The purpose of the Mountainair Collaborative is to build and sustain relationships that draw together diverse perspectives to identify and address issues and to form a foundation for collaborative action. We do this by bringing together groups with interests and stakes in the landscape and communities on and near the Mountainair Ranger District, to share knowledge and provide input to the District on management decisions.
Cibola National Forest Plan Revision
- Information related to the Ciobla National Forest Plan Revision
- Draft Revised Land Management Plan for the Cibola National Forest Mountain Ranger Districts (Mount Taylor, Magdalena, Mountainair and Sandia)
Partners & Contacts
2022-01-27 Mountainair Collaborative Meeting Notes
Meeting Notes: Mountainair Collaborative, January 27, 2022
Joe Zebrowski of NMFWRI facilitated the meeting
Desired Conditions: Cibola National Forest and Grasslands Land and Resource Management Plan
Desired conditions are the social, economic, and ecological attributes toward which management of the land and resources of the plan area is to be directed.
Desired conditions are aspirations and are not commitments or final decisions approving projects and activities, and may be achievable only over a long time period.
Mountainair Collaborative SunZia Southwest Transmission and Pattern Wind Energy
Presentation by SunZia Southwest Transmission partners for a 500 mile long transmission line proposed in New Mexico. The line would be two 500kV lines providing up to 4,500 MW of transfer capacity. SunZia’s first customer is Pattern Energy that will own and operate wind generation facilities in central New Mexico.
January 2022 presentation
Meeting Notes August 16, 2018
Mountainair Collaborative August 16, 2018, 1:30–3:30 pm Edgewood SWCD, Moriarty, NM
Meeting Notes May 23rd, 2017
Meeting Notes Mountainair Collaborative Team Workshop May 23, 2017, 1:30 – 3:30 pm Edgewood SWCD, Moriarty, New Mexico
Mountainair Collaboration Landscape Values
Mountainair Collaboration Landscape Values to Protect and to Promote
Meeting Notes August 22, 2017
Mountainair Collaborative Team Workshop, August 22, 2017, 1:30 – 3:30 pm Edgewood SWCD, Moriarty, New Mexico