Latest Santa Fe National Forest Stories
By STACI MATLOCK Smoke from a large prescribed burn in the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed was expected to settle in Santa Fe through midmorning today.
By Journal Staff Report A prescribed burn is scheduled to begin in the Jemez Mountains on Monday. The burn area is located on Peggy Mesa directly east of Pajarito Peak, approximately 8 miles northwest of Jemez Pueblo and 7 miles southwest of Jemez Springs. The burn, which could run through Oct.
By Journal Staff Report Burning of piles of forest-thinning material in the Santa Fe Watershed is expected to start this week, if the weather remains dry, according to the National Forest Service. The burning may take as long as 10 days to complete.
The U.S. Supreme Court may have just upheld our constitutional right, as individuals, to own guns, but in just the past four months, gun owners in northern New Mexico have found themselves facing increasing restrictions on where they can use them.
By STACI MATLOCK SANTA FE NATIONAL FOREST Use: Routes to favorite undeveloped campgrounds remain largely intact More than half the existing roads on the Santa Fe National Forest will be closed to motorized use of all types and some user-created dirt bike trails will be shut down under a proposal released Thursday by the agency.