The East Jemez Landscape Futures Project is jointly funded by:
Bandelier National Monument , the Landscape Conservation Initiative, and the USGS New Mexico Landscapes Field Station

After the Wildfire

July 15, 2017

The first episode of “Our Land: New Mexico’s Environmental Past, Present and Future.”  featured the East Jemez!  Laura Paskus interviews Jeremy Sweat from Bandelier National Monument and Collin Haffey from USGS about the recent changes to the forest and what the future holds for the East Jemez. 

A walk through the scorched landscapes where our forest used to be and a glimpse of our future fires

In what amounts to the blink of an eye, the Jemez have experienced landscape-level changes in their forests and watersheds. Some of the woodsy playlands New Mexicans have known for generations won’t ever return.

Collin Haffey was interviewed about EJLF by Nancy Coombs on KRSN, a local radio station in Los Alamos, NM. 

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