- Zuni Mountains Collaborative informational rack card
- Summary of ‘The Role of Science in the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program’
- Changes in Forest Structure and Fire Behavior on the Bluewater Restoration Project
- Learn about the Cibola Forest Plan Revision here.
- Access Senator Bingaman's announcement here.
- Access the NM Congressional Delegation Support Letter here.
- Access the two page Briefing Paper here.
- For the FINAL Zuni Mountain Landscape Strategy click here.
- For the FINAL Zuni Mountain Landscape CFLRP Proposal click here.
- For more information on the national program click here.
- For proposal references click here.
- Access GTR-310 to learn about frequent fire ecosystems.
Data & Reports
- Access the Bluewater EIS Record of Decision
- Access the Bluewater Final Environmental Impact Statement
- Access the Draft Monitoring Plan
- Access the 2013 Monitoring Gap Assessment
- Access the Collaborative Governance Charter
- Sign-on to the Collaborative Charter here.
- Access the FY12 Project Report
- Access the FY13 Project Report
- Access the FY14 Project Report
- Access the FY15 Project Report
- Spreadsheet 1 - Economic JobPotential from Restoration
- Spreadsheet 2 - Expected Wildfire Suppression Cost Savings; R-CAT Model
- Spreadsheet 3 - Proposed Treatment Chart
- Access the FY14 Ecological Indicator Report
Ziegler et al. 2017: Spatially explicit measurements of forest structure and fire behavior following restoration treatments in dry forests
Researchers from Colorado State University and the Rocky Mountain Research Station of the USDA Forest Service are investigating how wildfire models can better estimate fire behavior in restored forests. Graduate student Justin Ziegler is the project contact and more information can be accessed here.
- Researchers from the University of Montana's Bureau of Business and Economic Research have initiated a logging utilization study to quantify removal and residue amounts from forest restoration. More information can be accessed here.
- PhD student Kim Coleman from Virginia Tech University is reseaching large-scale collaborative natural resource management in the United States. The goal of Kim's research is to learn about the particular challenges associated with conducting large-scale restoration and navigating procedural requirements. More information can be found here.