We work collaboratively to help our forests, rivers, wildlife and communities thrive.

The 2-3-2 Cohesive Strategy Partnership (2-3-2) is a conglomerate of place-based collaboratives – a team of teams – whose geography encompasses 2 watersheds, 3 rivers, and 2 states. We strive to work together to protect and preserve the forest health, water quality, wildlife habitat and communities within the San Juan, Chama and Rio Grande Watershed Landscapes. We implement a cohesive approach that supports a coordinated, landscape-scale effort that emphasizes public and private partnerships, bridges geographic boundaries and addresses agency management constraints to deliver integrated results that cannot be accomplished when working separately.

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NEXT FULL PARTNERSHIP MEETING
September, 2024
More details to come...

We will be coming together in the Colorado portion of the 2-3-2. The location is to be determined. Stay tuned for more information. Reach out to Alex with questions (alex@mountainstudies.org).

THE DIRT AND DUST: A 2-3-2 PODCAST

HISTORY OF THE 2-3-2 AUDIO STORYTELLING PROJECT

STORIES IN THE LANDSCAPE

Bugs in a Fridge: A Monitoring Story

This has been a fruitful summer field season for monitoring. Early in the Spring, we finalized the 2-3-2 Multiparty Monitoring Plan and then put the plan to use! Field crews from Mountains Studies Institute and the Forest Stewards Guild were active in all four of the National Forests in the Rio Chama CFLRP landscape, the Rio Grande,

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Bighorn State Line Prescribed Burn: A Reflection

In the middle of the woods at approximately the 37th parallel in North America, I walk along an invisible line. How do I know I’m on it? My phone tells me. I’m located about an hour from Chama, NM (pop. 912), 25 minutes from Antonito, CO (pop. 647). Needless to say, there’s not a lot

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What does it mean to monitor?

The 2-3-2 Partnership just finished the first edition of the Multiparty Monitoring Plan thanks to the dedicated hard work and collaboration of partners and staff. In fact, since it rolled out, the first on the ground monitoring took place in Tres Piedras. All of it got me thinking. Why do we humans pay attention to

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Authentic Engagement: Be Like a Tree

How do you know if someone is being authentic? Just as importantly, how do you ensure that you are? I’ve often heard that building trust is a function of consistency over time. But how much time? Who decides? I had a conversation at the 2-3-2 Partnership meeting in early February in Taos with John Waconda,

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2-3-2 Accomplishment Highlights

Cooperative Prescribed Burning Aided by 2-3-2 Relationships

Establishing Critical Connections & Trust