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

Working Groups - On the ground coordinated action

During the needs assessment phase of this project, it became clear that people were eager to get started with work. Groups are beginning to form around specific watersheds in the east Jemez to get down to action. These groups are interdisciplinary and are taking a holistic look at ecological restoration. The goal of the working groups is to develop fundable proposals that will increase the capacity of the place-based group. We will work to make sure that communication channels between groups stay open. We will organize field trips, workshops, and coordinated grant writing to make sure we are working as a community in the eastern Jemez.

Frijoles Canyon is the gateway to Bandelier National Monument. The watershed around Frijoles Canyon has experienced several "climate change type" disturbances since the early 2000s. The Frijoles Canyon group is convening interested stakeholders to help define the scope of their project, if interested please contact: 

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