Foresters, water advocates, land managers meet in Colorado to share ideas on adapting to new tough realities in Western landscapes Hundreds of
Wildfires are getting bigger across the intermountain West of the United States. More homes and structures are in harms way. But there are many things
Love to camp? Interested in gaining outdoor skills and learning about the impacts of fire on ecosystems? We have the perfect opportunity for you.
Prescribed burns are one vital tool in helping land managers restore health to overgrown forests that are susceptible to disease, drought and
Since 2004, NMFWRI has gathered data on forests and forest health in New Mexico, mapped forest vegetation and helped groups collaborate on restoring
The Southwest Ecological Restoration Institutes are coordinating a cross-boundary workshop to discuss ways of adapting to a rapidly changing Western
Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station and the Southwest Ecological Restoration Institutes Nov. 9 for a series of lightning talks exploring tree
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