The Lincoln National Forest is located in the southeastern area of New Mexico.
Where is this Forest?

Welcome to the Lincoln National Forest

Christmas Tree permit information. Click here for information purchasing maps Click here for fire information Learn and see more about the Lincoln's Lookouts




Forest Plan Revision

Forest Plan Revision


Social Media Sources

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Fire Hire for Spring 2016

Fire Hire for Spring 2016

Click here for information on employment opportunities within our fire organization for spring 2016.  November 2nd - December 1st 2015.

Fuel Wood Areas

Logo - Fuelwood Image

A guide to our current fuelwood areas.  Vicinity and area maps, how to obtain a permit, types of wood available, etc.

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Fire Management & Aviation

Boise Hotshots - Retardant Drop

The Boise National Forest includes over 2.5 million acres of diverse forest and grassland.  Every year, the Forest fire staff manages over 100 wildland fires within those acres.

Celebrating Wildflowers all Summer!

Idaho State Flower - Syringa

What a special treat it is to gaze upon a meadow blanketed with colorful wildflowers! Or to find a perfect bloom underneath a towering tree while hiking a forest trail. 


Water – A Prime Reason for the Establishment of National Forests

Beautiful photo of a rainbow trout

The Boise National Forest offers over 7,600 miles of streams and rivers and more than 250 lakes and reservoirs that beckon water sports enthusiasts to raft, kayak, fish, sail, and water ski.

The Lucky Peak Nursery Grows Seedlings for Reforestation Following Wildfires

Seedlings in the greenhouse

Each year the Lucky Peak Nursery will grow between 2 and 6 million seedlings and shrubs depending on reforestation demands.

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