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Matt Piccarello

Matt Piccarello

2019 Galisteo St. Suite N-7 Santa Fe, NM 87505

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2019 Galisteo St. Suite N-7
Santa Fe
NM 87505
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As the New Mexico Hub of the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network, The Forest Stewards Guild is engaged in several projects aiming to make communities and forests more resilient to wildfire. In addition to mechanical treatments, the Guild has been working with state, federal, and local partners to expand the pace and scale of prescribed burning. A large part of increasing the use of fire as a forest restoration tool involves educating and involving the public in the process.

Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network New Mexico Hub

Working with communities and agency partners to create Fire Adapted Communities that are prepared to address their wildfire risk.

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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 and poor land use practices. Such an event would not only negatively affect 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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Zuni Mountain Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program

The Zuni Mountain CFLR addresses forest restoration at the landscape scale by engaging diverse stakeholders and increasing the scale and pace of forest restoration.

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