How do you balance so many issues that want and need to occupy the same landscape, often at the very same time?
We need to protect from catastrophic fires and let wildlife flourish, all while offering recreation opportunities that we'll pass down to our children and their children.
The question is how do we balance it all?
Developing a territory management plan for wild horse management actions within the Heber Wild Horse Territory, consistent with laws, regulations and the Forest Plan.
Learn about how we're protecting the New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse, an endangered species.
The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is committed to proper management of feral horses and feral cattle.
As one of many multiple uses, the ASNFs administer nearly two million National Forest System acres in livestock grazing allotments.
Some stood around the edges of their nests watching over their young while some hunkered down digesting their morning meal. Still others continued feeding at the lake.
Without Fuel Treatments: ‘Many of the Houses Would Have Caught Fire and Burned to the Ground’