Southwest Jemez Mountains (SWJM) Landscape Restoration

The SWJM Collaborative Landscape Restoration Project is a long-term collaborative effort to restore forest ecosystems in the Jemez Mountains and improve their resilience to major disturbances, including fire, insects and disease, and climate change.  In addition to the Santa Fe NF, lead partners include the Valles Caldera National Preserve, US Geological Survey, Pueblo of Jemez, Forest Stewards Guild, New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, The Nature Conservancy, New Mexico Forest Industry Association, and WildEarth Guardians.

Santa Fe National Forest Plan Revision

The Santa Fe NF is revising its Forest Plan, an important document that governs all of our management actions.   GET INVOLVED!

Fall Colors 2014

Click here for the best viewing areas on the Santa Fe National Forest as well as other national forests in Arizona and New Mexico.


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