This research investigates the responses of four communities in New Mexico to wildfire threats. The research documents the actions taken to improve fire prevention and suppression, reduce hazardous fuels, rehabilitate and restore fire adapted ecosystems and promote community assistance. The purpose is to share these findings with other communities wishing to take action to address their own wildfire threats.

Site last updated November 2004. No new updates are anticipated.

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New Mexico case studies last updated: November 12, 2004


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