Subregions of the 2-3-2 Geography

The 2-3-2 Cohesive Strategy Partnership hopes to connect people throughout the 2-3-2 region with resources offered by local, regional, or national watershed and forestry groups. This region – approximately 5 million acres – presents a unique set of challenges, which is why the 2-3-2 Partnership decided to divide it into 4 subregions. Boundaries of subregions are flexible, and focal areas will often cross them. The goal of subregions is to help partners with limited time and capacity focus their energy and attention on portions of the priority landscape that they are most interested and invested in. Subregion leads stay coordinated to address and integrate focal areas that overlap subregion boundaries. 


How we approach landscape-scale prioritization:

To connect with a sub-region’s lead coordinator and get involved with prioritization efforts, click on one of the buttons below.

The All About Watersheds Information Clearinghouse provides centralized access to ecological, socio-cultural and economic information related to restoration and maintenance of New Mexico’s forests and watersheds. It was designed to meet a need identified by a group of individuals and organizations actively engaged in managing the state’s natural resources.

Check back for more!