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Alpine Spring, Pecos Wilderness Baldy Lake with Truchas Peak in Background Autumn in Santa Fe National Forest’s High Country

The Santa Fe National Forest is offering virtual service to protect the health and safety of our employees and members of the public during the COVID pandemic. While our offices are closed to public access, please call any of our offices and, if you are unable to speak to a customer service representative, leave a voicemail to receive a callback.

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SFNF Providing Virtual Services; Offices Closed to Public Entry

The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is providing virtual services to protect the health and safety of employees and members of the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our offices are physically closed to the public, but visitors are encouraged to call our offices during regular business hours for prompt customer service.


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The latest updates on the Santa Fe National Forest. 

Know before you go...

Know before you go and be outdoor safe. 

 




Beaver Dam Analogs (BDAs)

Beaver Dam Analogs

Human-made beaver dams on the Santa Fe National Forest improve wetlands and wildlife habitat. Watch a short video to learn more.

History of Fire Lookouts on SFNF

Encino Lookout

A comprehensive and captivating history of fire lookouts on the Santa Fe National Forest by Barbara Zinn, who staffs the Barillas Lookout Tower during fire season.



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