The Fire Adapted New Mexico Learning Network (FAC NM) is about creating fire adapted communities - communities that acknowledge and take responsibility for their wildfire risk, and take actions to protect residents, homes, neighborhoods, businesses, infrastructure, forests, and open spaces.
Whether you are a seasoned wildland fire fighter, forester, or resident living in the wildland urban interface (WUI), there is a place for you in the FAC NM; a statewide network of people willing to take collective action to increase wildfire resilience. FAC NM is a place to share resources, successes, failures, and lessons learned.
Learn more about the vision for the FAC NM Network projects FAC NM members are working on to improve wildfire resilience in New Mexico.
Fire Adapted New Mexico is supported by Promoting Ecosystem Resilience and Fire Adapted Communities Together, a cooperative agreement between The Nature Conservancy, USDA Forest Service and agencies of the Department of the Interior. For more information, contact Lynn Decker at ldecker @ tnc.org or (801) 320-0524.
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