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2020 Forest Action Plan

New Mexico Prescribed Fire (HM42) Working Group

Expanding the Use of Prescribed Fire in New Mexico: HM42 Working Group Report to the NM Legislature



EMNRD Annual Reports

Reports include all EMNRD Division accomplishments, data, and statistics.


Forest Health Conditions Reports


Rare & Endangered Plants Reports

Forest Practices

Forest Practices Guidelines

Forest Practices Guidelines (Spanish)

Resources for Private Forest Landowners 2019

NMSF informational pamphlet of funding and technical assistance for private forest landowners.

Commercial Timber Harvesting Requirements

Invasive Weed Management

Troublesome Weeds of New Mexico

NMSU College of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service, NM Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Land Management and EMNRD Forestry, published in part with grant funds from USDA Forest Service.

Woody Biomass

A Strategy for Increasing the Use of Woody Biomass for Energy

New Mexico Noxious Weed List - Updated 2020

New Mexico Forestry Division Subrecipient Guide

Additional Information

Protect Your Health From Wildfire Smoke


Firewise Communities


GIS in Forestry


Forest & Fire Ecology Publication

USDA Forest Service
Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ft Collins, CO


Plant Association Guide for Forests

USDA Forest Service


Plant Association Guide for Woodlands

USDA Forest Service

Tree Care, General Forestry, and Windbreak Websites Links




& Involvement of children.

Windbreak Guide

General tree care

Conservation Seedling Program Container Planting Instructions


Arbor Day Foundation


University of Florida - Environmental Horticulture


PennState College of Agricultural Science

Living with Fire – A Homeowner’s Guide (New Mexico)



Community Fire Prevention and Preparedness


Ready, Set, Go!

Ready, Set, Go! - New Mexico Action Guide


National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

After Wildfire Resources

After Wildfire Guide


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