Jicarilla Wildlife Habitat Improvement Project

The purpose and need of the project is to improve and restore wildlife habitat conditions within approximately 80,000 acres to shift habitat conditions toward the Desired Conditions identified within the Carson National Forest Land Management Plan.

Location Summary

The project is located on the Jicarilla Ranger District of the Carson National Forest in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.

District: Jicarilla Ranger District

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