During the last week in October, the Forest Stewards Guild added another chapter to the organization’s history of prescribed burning in New Mexico.

Read more: Cottonwood Gulch/Pratt Ranch burn

Fire and forest managers, regardless of jurisdiction, organization, or location, have a shared responsibility to implement safe and successful prescribed burns.

Read more: Aztec Springs Collaborative Burn

Matt Picarello, Forest Guild

On March 19, 2015 fire adapted communities (FAC) leaders and partners from northern and central New Mexico gathered in Albuquerque for a peer-learning workshop. This was the second such workshop, which focused on sharing best practices to address the risk of wildfire, primarily in the Rio Grande watershed.

Read more: Peer Learning 2015

For complete information on the Black Lake TREX project, visit Forest Stewards Guild site.

Read more: Black Lake TREX

Matt Piccarello, Forest Guild

On October 21st, Fire Adapted Communities (FAC) leaders from throughout Northern New Mexico gathered in Taos for the New Mexico Hub of the FAC Learning Network (FACLN) peer-learning workshop.

Read more: Peer Learning 2014

By Cristina Olds / For The Journal  Published: Thursday, June 30th, 2016 at 12:01am  Updated: Wednesday, June 29th, 2016 at 8:25pm

The six teenagers in red hard hats and leather boots spread out in the forest plot like they mean business. Eddie and Marcos wrap a measuring tape around a tree to determine its circumference.

Read more: Program trains young foresters

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