Our Partners


The Cibola Shared Stewardship Collaborative works with multiple diverse partners to provide diverse perspectives on forest-wide issues.

Local collaboratives

A representative from each of the four local (Ranger District) collaboratives: Mountainair, Mt. Taylor, Sandia and Magdalena.

County Governments

Torrance County, Bernalillo County, Lincoln County, and Catron County.

Soil and Water Conservation Districts

Claunch Pinto Soil and Water Conservation District, Edgewood Soil and Water Conservation District

Federal Agencies

Kirtland AFB, Cibola National Forest, Bureau of Land Management

State Agencies

NM Game & Fish, NM Dept. of Agriculture, NM Environment Department, NM State Forestry, NM State Lands Office and NM Land Grant Council.

Tribal Partners

Pueblo of Isleta, Pueblo of Zuni, Hopi Tribe, Navajo Nation -  Navajo Nation Heritage and Historic Preservation Department, Pueblo of Laguna, Pueblo of Acoma, Pueblo of San Felipe, Pueblo of Sandia

Statewide Associations

NM Association of Conservation Districts and NM Coalition of Conservation Districts.

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PArtNer Presentations

We ask our partners to provide presentations at our Coordination Council Meetings to promote deeper understanding of the partners specific interests and goals.  The following is a list of presentations that have been given to date:

Native Plant Society - Presented  March 28, 2018

Non-governmental organizations

We partner with:  NM Wildlife Federation, NM Wilderness Alliance, The Wilderness Society, Sierra Club, The Nature Conservancy, Forest Stewards Guild, Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Audobon New Mexico, Native Plant Society of New Mexico, Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineralogical Societies, Gold Prospectors Association of NM, NM Off-Highway Vehicle Alliance, Talking Talons Youth Leadership,NM Forest Industry Association, Albuquerque Mountain Biking Association, NM Cattle Growers Association, East Mountain Regional Trail Council, NM Council of Outfitters & Guides, Estancia Basin Resource Association, Backcountry Horsemen of New Mexico, Wildlife Conservation Advocacy Southwest, and the NM Farm and Livestock Bureau.

Educational Institutions

Range Improvement Task Force, New Mexico Highlands University, New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute

INdustry Partners

PNM Resources


Rosemary Romero Consulting