Mount Taylor Collaborative

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The Mount Taylor Landscape is comprised

of the Mount Taylor Ranger District, the Zuni Mountains Collaborative, Larry Winn, Laura Jaramillo, Les Gannes, local Soil and Water Conservation Districts, and other state and local agencies. 

The Zuni Mountains Collaborative is situated

in the Mount Taylor Landscape in the Cibola National Forest.  Since 2003 the Cibola National Forest has been committed to landscape scale restoration of ponderosa pine dominated forests in the Zuni Mountains and on Mount Taylor. The Cibola National Forest has partnered with diverse stakeholders including the National Wild Turkey Federation, the Forest Stewards Guild, the New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, and the Wood Industries Network to form the Zuni Mountains Collaborative. The Zuni Mountains Collaborative is a network of  businesses, land management agencies, scientists, residents, and tribes working together to improve the ecological and economic resiliency of the Zuni Mountains through implementation of a Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) project in the Mount Taylor Landscape. To learn more about the Zuni Mountains Collaborative, visit their website .

 

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Forest Stewards Youth Corps participants learning about forest restoration from the USGS. Each year, Mount Taylor Ranger District has a Forest Stewards Youth Corps Crew hired locally from the surrounding communities that work on trail building, forest restoration, fence maintenance, weed eradication and other boots-on-the-ground projects with the District.

Forest Stewards Youth Corps participants learning about forest restoration from the USGS. Each year, Mount Taylor Ranger District has a Forest Stewards Youth Corps Crew hired locally from the surrounding communities that work on trail building, forest restoration, fence maintenance, weed eradication and other boots-on-the-ground projects with the District.