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

 
Welcome to the Lincoln National Forest

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
 

 

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Recent News


Features

Fuel Wood Areas

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


Fact Sheet and Information for Timber & Thinning Activities

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Since 2000, the Lincoln has cut, thinned, burned, pushed, and cleared over 400,000 acres of USDA Forest System Lands emphasizing their treatments around mountain communities for protection against fires.  Click here more much more information...


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Spotlights

Smokey Bear Hotshots

2014 Smokey Bear Hot Shot Crew

Learn about the Lincoln's Smokey Bear Hotshots from Ruidoso - history, news, employment info and more...

Beneath the Forest

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Click here for the fall 2014 issue of the U.S. Forest Service's "Beneath the Forest".  Articles and information on the underground world of caves.

 




Youth in ACTION Coalition

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Your connection for Youth in "ACTION"

Logging History, Companies & Products, Market Trends, Forest Management

Logging in the early 1920

This is a four-part spotlight that will cover different aspects of the timber industry in the Sacramento Mountains.  

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Highlights

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