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Valle Seco Hazardous Fuels Project Proposal

The San Juan National Forest is proposing a fuels reduction project in the 2-3-2 landscape in the Valle Seco area. The initial proposal is to use targeted shrub mastication and forest thinning to reduce hazardous fuels and increase wildfire resilience on approximately 2,800 acres along Forest Service roads in the Valle Seco Area. The purpose

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News

Establishing Critical Connections and Trust

Through quarterly in-person meetings (hosted at locations throughout the 2-3-2 geography), bi-monthly web meetings, and regular communication, the 2-3-2 has established a critical cross-boundary dialogue about resource management and developed networks for sharing resources, lessons learned, and tools for coordinating land management activities.  Just one of many examples is set forth below. “When Jeremy Marshall

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Events

Cooperative Prescribed Burning Aided by 2-3-2 Partnership Relationships

While communities both locally and nationally were impacted by large wildfires this year, fire fighters and land managers of the 2-3-2 region kept up fuel mitigation work once conditions improved in September. After working and planning all summer, local managers finally had the resources and conditions necessary to continue important work on prescribed burning in

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