January 18, 2012 – 26th Annual Think Trees Conference – Growing Great Trees in the Desert
Don’t miss the 2012 Think Trees Conference in Albuquerque this February 2-3 at the Albuquerque Crowne Plaza! Visit the Think Trees website www.thinktreesnm.org for speaker information and to register.
Click Here to view the Statewide Press Release about this program and the awarded projects
April 21, 2011 -- In Celebration of Earth Day, State Forester recognizes New Mexico's Tree City USA's.
Congratulations to this year's 12 member communities!
New communities: City of Carlsbad & Town of Taos
Growth Award Recipients & Sustaining Tree Cities: Roswell (21 yrs) & Santa Fe (2 yrs)
Sustaining Tree Cities: Albuquerque (14 yrs); Cannon AFB (13 yrs); Tucumcari ( 12 yrs); Clovis (12 yrs); Holloman AFB (8 yrs); Kirtland AFB (10 yrs); Las Vegas (12 yrs); San Jon (12 yrs).
To read the statewide press release, click here.
April 11, 2011 -- New Mexico Centennial Re-Leaf 2011/2012 Grant Applications now available. Develop your project for consideration as an official Centennial Re-Leaf planting event in Spring of 2012!
April 9, 2012 - NEWS RELEASE2012-2013 New Mexico Re-Leaf Grant Guidelines & Application.pdf Plant Community with New Mexico Centennial Forest Re-Leaf Grant FundingAnnual program to provide up to $6,000 for tree planting projects Santa Fe, NM – New Mexico schools, universities, local, state, federal and tribal entities are encouraged to submit proposals for grant funding to plant trees through the New Mexico State Forestry Division’s Centennial Forest Re-Leaf Program, according to New Mexico Urban Forestry Program Manager Kelly Washburn.“Trees are an important part of New Mexico’s history and heritage,” said Washburn. “The trees we enjoy now were part of New Mexico’s first century of statehood and we’re encouraging public entities and communities to use our Centennial Forest Re-Leaf program…Continue
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Share your insights into local and national urban forestry programs and initiatives by participating in a national conversation -- Vibrant Cities & Urban Forests: A National Call to Action. Vibrant Cities & Urban Forests -- complete the survey by March 22nd to share your thoughts with the 25-member Task ForceContinue
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