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Features

New Mexico Vegetative Treatments

New Mexico Vegetation Treatments

Fuel Wood Areas

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

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...

New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse

Click here for information on the recent listing of the mouse.  Summary and background information, links to projects and reference material and more.

The Lincoln's Speaker Series

The Lincoln NF currently offers two different speaker/lecture series on a variety of topics by a variety of sources.  These series are a great way to learn about topical subjects and your Forest in general.  Stay tuned to the latest 'event's by checking back to our website.

The new Objection Process

As of March 27, 2013, many projects and activities within the Forest Service are subject to a pre-decisional administrative review process, commonly referred to as an objection process. Under this process, individuals and entities may file objections after an environmental analysis document is completed and before a decision document is signed. This process builds on early participation and collaboration efforts, with the intention of resolving concerns before a decision is made.

Click Here for all the information on how this new process works.

Temporary Employment

Click Here for information on temporary positions on the Lincoln National Forest and other forests within New Mexico and Arizona. Multiple listings between January and March 2015 - check back often.

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NM CFRP Program at Work

New Mexico's Collaborative Forest Restoration Program at Work

 



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