Southwest Jemez Mountains Restoration - Documents

Documents have been separated into the following categories:

NEPA Project Planning

Project planning and decisionmaking documents are completed in accordance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations (40 CFR 1500-1508). Enviornmental documents for this project can be found on the Projects Page.

Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration (CFLR) Proposal

  • Collaborative Restoration Poster - SAF Convention 2010 -Adobe pdf File1.14 MB
    This was used at the poster presentation at the national Society of American Foresters' convention in October 2010. It summarizes how the Southwest Jemez Mountains area was identified as the Forest's 10-year restoration priority and how the collaborative process was initiated to develop the restoration strategy.

2010 Landscape Assessment Report

This assessment describes the resource conditions and trends on this landscape, focusing on the ecological departures from desired conditions. This report helps in identification of restoration needs, such as those described in the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration documents.

Letters from Restoration Partners

Collaborative Workshop Documents

Documents, photos and presentations from the February 2010 workshop.

Valles Caldera National Preserve Existing Conditions Reports

Existing conditions reports focus on existing resource conditions and ecological departures. These reports help in identification of restoration needs, such as those described in the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration documents.

Key Reference Documents for the Landscape Assessment and Restoration Strategy

Monitoring Documents

Guiding legislation for the project requires annual reports that include performance measures, accomplishments and costs related to implementing the 10-year restoration strategy.



Highlights

Key Contacts

  • For Schedule of Proposed Actions:

    Sandra Imler-Jacquez
    Environmental Coordinator
    Tel: 505-438-5443
    E-mail Sandra
     
  • For the Southwest Jemez Mountains Landscape Restoration Project:

    TBD