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Prescribed Burns Planned Near Carlsbad

Carlsbad, NM – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is planning to conduct prescribed burns at two locations in the Carlsbad District beginning Feb 22 and continuing through the first 2 weeks of March, weather permitting. These prescribed burn projects are part of a restoration effort to improve rangeland health and reduce hazardous fuels throughout […]

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Prescribed Burns Planned in Chaves County

Roswell, NM – February 2017 The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will be conducting prescribed burn operations in Chaves County.  The Sand Ranch prescribed fire (consisting of three burn units) is located 45 miles East of Roswell and the Milner Lake prescribed fire is located 10 miles Northeast of Roswell.  These operations are dependent upon […]

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Roswell BLM plans “Blackline” operation

  The Roswell BLM fire crew intends on completing “Blackline” operations starting 01-17-2017 and wrapping up on 01-19-2017 if all goes as planned. Depending on favorable weather conditions and resource availability we will be looking at conducting the main firing operations the following week (01-23-2017 thru 01-26-2017).  The units to be burned are Bull Pasture […]

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BLM (Roswell Field Office) Plans Prescribed Burns

Prescribed Burns Planned in Lincoln County Beginning in the middle of December, and continuing through March 2017, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will be conducting prescribed burn operations about 10 miles northeast of Ruidoso and 5 miles southeast of Capitan in Lincoln County.  There are five prescribed fire units being planned to take place […]

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BLM Prescribed Burns Planned Near Carlsbad

For Immediate Release   –  February 12, 2016 For Additional Information:  Matias Telles, 575-644-4431   BLM Prescribed Burns Planned Near Carlsbad Carlsbad, NM – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is planning to conduct prescribed burns at three locations in the Carlsbad area beginning Feb 17 and continuing through the first 2 weeks of March, […]

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