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Farm Camp Fire Update – Harding County – 06/10/20 – 10:40 a.m.

The Farm Camp Fire near Mosquero, NM in Harding County is currently 60% contained and estimated at 12,000 acres. All containment lines held overnight. Today (06/10), firefighters will work to complete closing the perimeter on the south and west sides of the fire. Winds have diminished to 15-20 miles per hour with temperatures in the mid […]

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Farm Camp Fire Update – Harding County – 06/09/20 – 4:50 p.m.

Evacuations have been lifted for residents affected by the Farm Camp Fire near Mosquero, NM in Harding County. No structures are threatened at this time. One (1) unoccupied, abandoned home was lost in the fire on Sunday. The fire is currently 50% contained and estimated at 12,000 acres. Fire activity increased again today (06/09) due […]

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Farm Camp Fire Update – Harding County – 06/09/20 – 11:30 a.m.

The  Farm Camp Fire burning west of Mosquero, NM in Harding County is now 50% contained and remains estimated at 12,000 acres. Evacuations are still in place for residents northwest of Mosquero. Firefighters have been successful in preventing the fire from spreading toward the community of Mosquero due to strong sustained winds and gusts of […]

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Farm Camp Fire Update – Harding County – 06/08/20 – 8:00 p.m.

Fire activity increased this afternoon (06/08) on the Farm Camp Fire located 5 miles west of Mosquero, NM in Harding County. Wind gusts of up to 40 miles per hour are pushing the fire to the southwest where the containment line is currently holding. The fire is currently estimated at 12,000 acres and 30% contained. Evacuations remain in […]

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Farm Camp Fire – Harding County – 06/08/20 10:00 a.m.

The Farm Camp Fire is now estimated at 12,000 acres and 30% contained. The fire is located 5 miles west of Mosquero, NM off of Highway 39 and Farm Camp Road in Harding County. Evacuations remain in place for homes northwest of Mosquero. Today (06/08) firefighters will be concentrating on the south side of Highway […]

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Farm Camp Fire – Harding County – 06/07/20 6:00 p.m.

The Farm Camp Fire is burning 5 miles west of Mosquero, NM off of Highway 39 and Farm Camp Road in Harding County. The fire is estimated at 2,500 acres and growing due to strong wind gusts of up to 30 mph. State Police is currently assisting with evacuations of multiple structures and road closures […]

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Update: La Cienega Fire – Santa Fe County – 05/23/20 – Final

The La Cienega fire burning in Santa Fe County is now 100% contained. According to the Santa Fe County Fire Department evacuations have been lifted in the Las Lagunitas subdivision in La Cienega. An estimated 10-15 acres have burned. Resources will continue to mop up hot spots and secure containment lines. Unburned interior fuels may […]

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La Cienega Fire – Santa Fe County – 05/23/20

A new wildfire is threatening homes in the community of La Cienega, NM near I-25 in Santa Fe County. New Mexico State Police is conducting evacuations for an unknown number of residents at this time. The La Cienega Fire was first reported just before 4:30 this afternoon and has burned at least 3 acres of […]

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Lumberton Fire – Rio Arriba County – 05/15/20 -FINAL

The Lumberton Fire burning on private land in Rio Arriba County is now 75% contained and remains estimated at 434 acres. Evacuation orders were lifted Wednesday. Smoke may be seen as interior pockets of fuel continue to burn. Firefighters will continue to mop up hot spots and strengthen containment lines. Full containment is expected Saturday, May 16th […]

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Lumberton Fire – Rio Arriba County – 05/13/20 -Evening Update

The Lumberton Fire burning on private land in Rio Arriba County is now 65% contained and estimated at 434 acres. Evacuations were lifted at noon today (05/13) and residents were allowed to return to their homes. Approximately six homes remain threatened. Drying winds fueled fire activity within the interior of the fire line today. Smoke […]

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Lumberton Fire – Rio Arriba County – 05/13/20

The Lumberton Fire burning on private land in Rio Arriba County is now 45% contained. New GPS mapping also shows the fire holding at 430 acres. Evacuation orders will be lifted at noon today (05/13) and residents will be allowed to return to their homes. Six homes remain threatened in the area of the fire. […]

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New Mexico State Forester Mandates Early Fire Restrictions on All Non-municipal, Non-federal, and Non-tribal Lands Statewide

  2020 Fire Restrictions on State and Private Lands PR.FNL 2020 Fire Restrictions on State and Private Lands PR.FNL Fire Restrictions Exceptions Procedures.FNL

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Lumberton Fire – Rio Arriba County – 05/12/20 – Morning Update

The Lumberton Fire in Rio Arriba County is now 30% contained and holding at 437 acres. Rains impacted the fire area throughout the day yesterday (05/11) and there was no fire growth. Today (5/12), firefighters will continue to secure containment lines as weather conditions are expected to become hotter and drier with increasing wind over […]

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Lumberton Fire – Rio Arriba County – 05/11/20 – Evening Update

The Lumberton Fire in Rio Arriba County is currently estimated at 437 acres and 5% contained. Six residences are threatened and two homes remain evacuated as a precaution. Today cooler temperatures, increased humidity, and rain allowed firefighters to make progress in slowing the rate of spread of the fire. Weather conditions are expected to change and […]

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Lumberton Fire – Rio Arriba County – 05/11/20 – Afternoon Update

The Lumberton Fire, burning on private land in Rio Arriba County is currently estimated at 350 acres. The fire is located off of Highway 64, east of Lumberton, NM. Four homes and multiple outbuildings are threatened and two residences remain evacuated. Fire behavior is minimal today (05/11) due to increased humidity/rain, cooler temperatures, and calmer […]

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Lumberton Fire – Rio Arriba County – 05/10/20

The Lumberton Fire is burning on private land off of Highway 64, east of Lumberton, NM in Rio Arriba County. The fire is threatening approximately four homes, two of which have been evacuated. The human-caused fire started just before noon today (05/10) and is moving toward Jicarilla Apache Tribal Lands. Gusting wind with speeds up […]

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Burn Permits to be Banned in Santa Fe County Per Fire Marshal

NEWS RELEASE: Santa Fe County Open Burn Permit Ban SANTA FE, NM – The Santa Fe County Fire Marshal announces an open burn permit ban, effective Saturday, May 2, 2020, and continuing until further notice. The ban will help mitigate the negative effects of COVID-19 by eliminating unwanted particulates and irritants in the air which […]

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Stay Informed & Take Action – Join Fire Adapted New Mexico

Join the Fire Adapted New Mexico Network and work towards community wildfire resilience! The FAC NM Learning Network is a grassroots, member-driven effort to collaboratively plan to reduce wildfire risk to homes and communities across New Mexico. Members recognize that fire has a role to play in the fire-adapted ecosystems in which we live. Learn […]

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