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Update: Prescribed Fire Planned on State Trust Land – South of Pie Town, NM

For more information contact: Mark Meyers 505-946-7082  The New Mexico State Land Office (NMSLO) is planning a collaborative prescribed fire scheduled for Nov. 11-17, 2022, on approximately 400 acres of state trust land near Mangas Divide (approximately 16 miles southwest of Pie Town, NM in Catron County).  The project is being implemented in the fall while there is an opportunity to safely […]

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Prescribed Fire Planned on State Trust Land – South of Pie Town, NM

The New Mexico State Land Office (NMSLO) is planning a collaborative prescribed fire scheduled for Nov. 11-17, 2022, on approximately 400 acres of state trust land near Mangas Divide (approximately 16 miles southwest of Pie Town, NM in Catron County).  The project is being implemented in the fall while there is an opportunity to safely and responsibly meet burn objectives and […]

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BLM plans prescribed fire in Catron County, Nov.-Dec. 2022

Beginning November 1 and ending December 31, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Socorro Field Office plans to burn piles of juniper and piñon cuttings in three locations in Catron County, weather permitting.  Details on each location and size are as follows: Active ignition will take one to five days, with some smoke visible in the […]

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Wildfire Preparedness is Year-Round: Remove Dead Plants and Debris from Property

As fall approaches and cooler temperatures set in, wildfire season can seem like a distant concern. However, this is a great time to begin preparations for the next fire season and clean up around your home. The 2022 Wildfire Preparedness is Year-Round campaign provides monthly wildfire preparedness tasks that follow the changing seasons. The October […]

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Partners to Conduct Fall Season Prescribed Fire at Cottonwood Gulch’s Basecamp

Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions, Forest Stewards Guild, The Ember Alliance, The Nature Conservancy, and collaborative partners to implement a broadcast burn at Cottonwood Gulch’s Basecamp this fall season. Santa Fe, NM – Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions is partnering with the Forest Stewards Guild (the Guild), The Ember Alliance, The Nature Conservancy, McKinley County, and a diverse group […]

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Apply Now: BLM Albuquerque District Wildland Fire Module

The Bureau of Land Management New Mexico (BLM NM) Albuquerque District Office is hiring highly qualified and motivated individuals for a new Wildland Fire Module located in Albuquerque, NM. Job announcements are open September 19th, 2022-September 28th, 2022. See below for announcement numbers and application assistance. NM BLM and Albuquerque District OverviewThe mission of the […]

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BLM NM Fire Seeking Crew Members for New Wildland Fire Module

The Rio Puerco Wildland Fire Module ​(WFM) is seeking highly qualified and motivated individuals for a newly developed Bureau of Land Management WFM based out of Albuquerque, NM. The WFM is hosted out of the ​Albuquerque District Rio Puerco Field Office.  As a specialized resource in the wildland fire community, we are currently seeking individuals who will contribute the […]

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BLM Pecos District lifts fire restrictions across public lands 7/6/22

Effective, July 6, at 8 a.m., the Bureau of Land Management will terminate all fire restrictions enacted by Fire Prevention Order #LLNMP02310-2022-003 on BLM administered public lands within Chaves, DeBaca, Eddy, Lea, Lincoln, Guadalupe, Quay, and Roosevelt counties. Following recent precipitation that has reduced fire danger in New Mexico, the BLM joins other federal and state agencies […]

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BLM Las Cruces District lifts fire restrictions 7/1/22 

Effective July 1, 2022, at 8 a.m., the Bureau of Land Management will terminate all fire restrictions enacted by Fire Prevention Order #NMLC00000-22-01 on BLM administered public lands within Doña Ana, Otero, Luna, Sierra, Grant and Hidalgo counties. Following recent precipitation that has reduced fire danger in New Mexico, the BLM joins other federal agencies in […]

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BLM Farmington District lifts fire restrictions

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will terminate fire restrictions enacted by Fire Prevention Order #NMF00000-22-01 on BLM-administered public lands within Colfax, Harding, McKinley, Mora, Quay, Rio Arriba, San Juan, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, Taos and Union counties at 8 a.m. on July 1.  The BLM joins other federal agencies in lifting fire restrictions […]

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Wildfire Preparedness is Year-Round: Skip the Fireworks to Support Firefighters

Fireworks are a popular Fourth of July tradition. Over the years, many of us have personally experienced close calls and disasters related to firework-ignited fires – a stray ember on a rooftop, burnt grass, smoldering casings and other potential ignition sources. With an early start to the 2022 wildfire season, your NM wildfire cooperators and […]

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BLM Albuquerque District lifts fire restrictions 6/25/22

Effective, June 25, 8 a.m., the Bureau of Land Management will terminate all fire restrictions on BLM administered public lands within Bernalillo, Catron, Cibola, McKinley, Sandoval, Socorro, Torrance and Valencia counties. Following recent precipitation that has reduced fire danger in New Mexico, the BLM joins other federal agencies in lifting fire restrictions. While monsoonal moisture […]

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Ft. Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area and the Lincoln Tracts Reopens and Rescinds Fire Restrictions 6/24/22

With increasing moisture and higher humidity, correlating to reduced fire danger, the Bureau of Land Management Roswell Field Office is terminating the closure and all fire restrictions at the Ft. Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area and the Lincoln Tracts in Lincoln County, N.M. This action rescinds Fire Prevention Order #LLNMP02310-2022-004 and is effective June […]

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BLM increases fire restrictions in Santa Fe County – prohibiting recreational shooting

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will update Fire Prevention Order # NMF00000-22-01 to include a temporary prohibition of recreational shooting on BLM-managed lands within Santa Fe County. The restriction is necessary due to increased fire danger and prolonged drought and will be effective from June 17 to July 1, 2022. Shooting for licensed hunting purposes is […]

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Wildfire Preparedness is Year-Round: Know Before You Go!

As we gather to honor our fallen heroes this Memorial Day weekend and into the summer, support firefighters and protect your community by preventing any additional wildfire ignitions. We are experiencing historic levels of fire danger and restrictions and closures are in place in many areas across the state to prevent wildfires– in fact, many […]

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BLM strengthens fire restrictions and suspends firewood sales for Albuquerque District’s Rio Puerco and Socorro Field Offices

Due to increased fire danger and prolonged drought, the BLM’s Albuquerque District has updated Fire Prevention Order # NMA00000-22-01 and suspended sale of all fuelwood permits. The updated fire prevention order stipulates that cutting or grinding metal, or using a welder, either arc or gas, or operating acetylene or other torch with open flame (hot work) […]

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