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Wildfire Preparedness is Year-Round: Don’t Get Burned! Be Prepared

National Get Outdoors Day, or “GO day,” is a fee-free day designed to attract new, diverse communities to outdoor activities and motivate kids to explore their national forests and other public lands. As the national forests welcome visitors to enjoy our public lands for GO day, we also remind people that the month of June […]

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Housing and Wildfire: Fire Adapted Communities NM Learning Network

Tune into this post from the Fire Adapted Communities NM Learning Network on Housing and Wildfire. This Wildfire Wednesday features: Wildfire preparation resources for renters & homeowners Advice on how to help your neighbors prepare for wildfire season An upcoming webinar of interest Join the network and share this information with your neighbors!

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Wildfire Preparedness is Year-Round: Don’t Depend on Luck – Be Aware & Prepared

March brings the first signs of spring to drought-stricken Northern New Mexico landscapes, including warmer temperatures, windy conditions and the potential onset of wildfires. To prepare for the 2021 wildfire season, The Forest Stewards Guild is working with local, state, federal, and tribal partners and non-governmental organizations on a year-round wildfire preparedness campaign. With Saint […]

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