Tesuque Pueblo Tribal Forest Protection Project
This project proposes to change stand structure in predominantly ponderosa pine forests in the Pacheco Canyon area, adjacent to Tesuque Pueblo lands. The actions proposed to accomplish this change would be thinning and burning about 2400 acres.
Abiquiu Land Grant Water Line Replacement Project
In 1967, the Merced de Abiquiu (Grant) installed a water collection gallery and water line on national forest system lands in order to provide water for livestock. This facility is past its designed life and the proposal is to replace it.
Borrego Trail Reconstruction (North Segment)
A re-route of the Borrego Trail will bring the trail out of the flood zone from Aspen Ranch to the Rio Nambe Trail to provide a safe and more sustainable section of trail; the trail will be moved upslope at most 100 feet from the canyon bottom.
Permit Renewal: City of Santa Fe Water System
The City of Santa Fe has requested that the Forest Service issue a new permit so it can continue to operate its municipal water supply system. The current permit was issued in 1995 and expired Dec. 31, 2015.
South Pit Pumice Mine Expansion
Approval of a 10-year plan of operations for a pumice mine of approximately 48 acres adjacent to a recently reclaimed 9-acre pumice mine.
Duran 2010 Pumice Mine
Develop an open pit pumice mine south of Cerro del Pino. The pumice will be sold under a competitive sale.
Atalaya Trail Run
1st proposed trail run from St John's College parking area to the top of Atalaya Mountain and back. Proposed for July 2, 2016.
Pajarito Temporary Water Pipeline Project
Authorize for less than one year the installation of a temporary water pipeline and associated pumps to move approximately 10 million gallons of water from local reservoirs to make snow.
Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.