The Cibola National Forest is located in the center of New Mexico.
Where is this Forest?

 

Planning

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Until recently, management of the Cibola's four National Grasslands and four mountain districts was guided by the 1985 Cibola National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (LRMP). You'll see all of the 1985 LRMP documents on the right side of this page. The Cibola National Forest mountain ranger districts are still managed under the guidance of this plan and will be until the current forest plan revision effort for the mountain districts is completed (see below).

The Black Kettle and McClellan Creek National Grasslands and the Kiowa and Rita Blanca National Grasslands (often referred to as the Cibola Grasslands) have just developed a new Grasslands Plan. This new plan became effective October 16, 2012. This plan and other related documents can be accessed at the 2012 Cibola Grasslands LRMP site.

Forest Plan Revision for the Cibola National Forest’s Four Mountain Districts. The Cibola is one of eight early adopter forests who will be completing forest plan revision using the 2012 Planning Rule for the Sandia, Mt. Taylor, Magdalena, and Mountainair Ranger Districts. Information on the revision process, timelines, and other related information can be accessed on the Forest Plan Revision site.