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Forest Stewards Guild


Forest Stewards Guild

2019 Galisteo St Suite N7 Santa Fe, NM 87505

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2019 Galisteo St Suite N7
Santa Fe
NM 87505

In partnership with Santa Fe County’s Wildland Division, Nature Conservancy, and Fire Services Support LLC, Wildfire Network, the City of Santa Fe, and others, Forest Stewards Guild is leading a regional hub with a diverse array of partners which are working to increase the preparedness and resiliency of New Mexican communities situated in fire-adapted ecosystems. We are doing this through the sharing of information and lessons learned and by promoting best practices.

Greater Santa Fe Fireshed

The Santa Fe Fireshed is an area of concern for the City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, the Pueblo of Tesuque, the communities within and adjacent to its boundary, those who recreate and enjoy this majestic landscape, and the tourism and ecotourism economies that benefit from it. Forest and fire managers agree that this area is at great risk to high-severity wildfire due to over a century of fire suppression. Such an event would not only negatively effect the forested areas for decades, it would cause drastic erosion and flooding that would pose a serious hazard to human health and safety

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Rio Trampas Implementation

The Forest Stewards Guild, through support from the Collaborative Forest Restoration Program (CFRP) has led a watershed-scale multi-jurisdictional planning and implementation effort with the Camino Real Ranger District of the Carson National Forest, the Taos Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management, the Pueblo of Picuris, and the New Mexico State Land Office. A diverse array of partners and communities are working to increase resilience to the forested Rio de las Trampas (Rio Trampas ) watershed.

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