Lindrith/Llaves Fire Risk Reduction is a small business that implements hazardous fuels reduction treatments on private and public lands. Our business works with the local volunteer fire departments on risk mitigation through restoration, education and outreach. We are currently pursuing a number of public funding opportunities to develop an educational outreach program on defensible space.
Lindrith/Llaves Fire Risk Reduction Hazardous Fuels Removal
Lindrith/Llaves Fire Risk Reduction is currently implementing hazardous fuels removal on private land in Lindrith and Llaves through NM Counties Wildfire Risk Reduction funding. We will complete 25 acres this year and 25-50 for 2020.
Defensible Space Educational Model
Our group is currently working with Lindrith/Llaves Volunteer Fire to attain funding through VFA grants to create a hands-on, interactive defensible space education and outreach program.
CFRP Planning Grant Proposal: Planning for the Future: A Path Forward for Forest Restoration Projects along the Continental Divide Region of Northern New Mexico
Lindrith/Llaves Fire Risk Reduction LLC, in coordination with Farmington Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the New Mexico State Land Office (NMSLO), and numerous other entities is requesting CFRP funds to complete Level 3 Archeological analysis for between 2,000 and 6,000 priority treatment acres within the Lindrith Forest and Rangeland RestorationTreatment Project area (DOI-BLM-NM-F010-2011-240-EA) which is located along the east and west sides of the continental divide in Northern New Mexico. Lindrith/Llaves Fire Risk Reduction LLC, with guidance from BLM and NMSLO, has identified 6,000 acres within the Wildhorse Mesa Fire Management Unit in the LFRRTP which could be treated for risk mitigation and restoration. These areas are Fire Regime Conditions Class (FRCC) 2 and 3 and are adjacent to at-risk communities and WUI areas. Large-scale treatments are needed within these specified high priority treatment areas to reduce the overall threat of catastrophic wildland fire, to maintain and improve ecosystem and watershed health, and to create jobs and sources for long-term forest product utilization for the surrounding communities. These clearances would pave the way for future implementation projects within the project planning area and tie together past and current projects in the area to create a shared stewardship within a network of collaborators.