Subject Specific Resources
Wildlife and Fisheries
Building Resilient Communities is a UNM student project focusing on the Rio Chama below Abiquiu Dam
Wildland Fire: Prescribed and Wildfire
New Mexico Fire Information: An inter-agency effort to provide timely fire and restriction information for the state of New Mexico.
After Wildfire, A Guide For New Mexico Communities: Resources for communities and landowners to assist recovery after wildfire.
New Mexico Prescribed Fire Council: The mission of the New Mexico Prescribed Fire Council is to encourage the exchange of information, techniques, and experiences among practitioners of prescribed fire in New Mexico, and to promote public understanding of the importance and benefits of safe prescribed fire use.
Controlled Burning on Private Land in New Mexico (Forest Stewards Guild publication)
The ABC's of a Controlled Burn (courtesy of The Nature Conservancy)
Click HERE to register to be notified of cooperative prescribed fire opportunities in New Mexico, opportunities to build knowledge of prescribed fire and to advance your wildland firefighter qualifications (Forest Stewards Guild).
Rio Arriba County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). Other CWPPs in New Mexico can be viewed New Mexico State Forestry website.
Rio Chama Flows - US Geological Survey
All About Watersheds provides centralized access to ecological, socio-cultural and economic information related to restoration and maintenance of New Mexico’s forests and watersheds.
New Mexico State Forestry provides technical and monetary assistance to help mitigate the risks and impacts of forest pests.
After Wildfire NM is a guide intended to provide useful information post-fire and to assist with recovery.
Regional Conservation Partnership Program is a program that provides funding for