Op Ed: Machetes and Bright Orange Plastic Buckets

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Op Ed: Machetes and Bright Orange Plastic Buckets  By R.W. with the Jemez Daily Post Large numbers of trees are being stripped and girdled in the Jemez. If it’s not bark beetles, fires, or droughts, it’s us. Not as direct and purpose driven as clear-cut logging or similar exploitative abuses of the natural environment by commercial […]

Santa Fe National Forest Celebrates Its 100th Birthday

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Santa Fe National Forest Celebrates Its 100th Birthday SANTA FE – The Santa Fe National Forest will celebrate its rich history with a free Centennial Celebration for the public on July 18, 2015, from 10 am to 3 pm on the grounds of Ski Santa Fe. Food will be available for purchase, and there will […]

Prescribed Burn Planned In Santa Fe Watershed

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Courtesy image Prescribed Burn Planned In Santa Fe Watershed Submitted by Carol A. Clark SANTA FE – Fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest hope to take advantage of a window between weather systems to conduct a previously announced prescribed burn in the lower portion of the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed May 7-22.     […]

Santa Fe National Forest Turns 100

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Jemez Mountain Trail takes hikers past geological formations, ancient Indian ruins and a pueblo. Courtesy/SFNF Santa Fe National Forest Turns 100 SANTA FE – The Santa Fe National Forest was established April 6, 1915, when the Jemez Forest Reserve west of Santa Fe and the Pecos Forest Reserve to the east were merged into one […]