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The BLM is Accepting Comments on a San Pedro Wildland Urban Interface Treatment Project

The BLM is accepting comments on an environmental assessment prepared to evaluate the San Pedro Wildland Urban Interface Treatment Project.   The Taos Field Office proposes to take actions to restore native vegetation within the San Pedro Mountains area of Santa Fe County, New Mexico, using wildfire (when natural starts might occur), prescribed fire, and mechanical treatment to be implemented on public lands in phases.  The proposed project also includes an abandoned mine remediation component to provide safe working conditions in which to implement the treatments. The Taos Field Office is asking that comments be received by September 28, 2015.  Comments can be mailed to the Bureau of Land Management, Attention: Elyssa Duran, at 226 Cruz Alta Road, Taos, New Mexico 87571 or emailed to ekduran@blm.gov.

The BLM is Accepting Comments on a Proposal to Reauthorize the Caja del Rio Basalt Crushing and Sale Operation

The BLM is accepting comments on an environmental assessment prepared to evaluate the proposal to reauthorize the Caja del Rio Basalt Crushing and Sale Operation.  The Taos Field Office proposes to reauthorize a contract with Santa Fe Solid Waste Management to crush and sell Federal mineral material at the Caja del Rio Landfill in Santa Fe County, New Mexico.  The Taos Field Office is asking that comments be received by September 28, 2015.  Comments can be mailed to the Bureau of Land Management, Attention: Brad Higdon, at 226 Cruz Alta Road, Taos, New Mexico 87571 or emailed to bhigdon@blm.gov.

Special Recreation Permits for Non-motorized Competitive Events in the Río Grande del Norte National Monument

The BLM has approved the issuance of up to three Special Recreation Permits for non-motorized competitive events within developed recreation areas of the Río Grande del Norte National Monument.  The BLM appreciates the input provided by the public during the preparation of the environmental assessment, which contributed to a thorough analysis of the potential impacts, and a well-informed decision.  

Access to Santa Cruz North Lake Facilities to be Restricted

Management Planning for Río Grande del Norte National Monument
The BLM is preparing a management plan for the Río Grande del Norte National Monument which will amend the current land use plan through the preparation of an environmental assessment.


Planning / NEPA


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Rio Grande del Norte National Monument

 

Recreation Sites

 

Río Grande del Norte National Monument

 
-Recreation Opportunities
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Wild Rivers Recreation Area

 - Rinconada Loop Trail
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Wild Rivers Backcountry Byway

-Orilla Verde Recreation Area
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Río Grande Wild and Scenic River

-Red River Wild and Scenic River
-Taos Valley Overlook Trails
 Río Chama Wild and Scenic River
 Santa Cruz Lake
 

Sabinoso Wilderness

 La Cieneguilla Petroglyphs
 Posi-Ouinge
 Diablo Canyon Recreation Area
 Horsethief Mesa Trail
 Nambe Badlands Trail

Contact

Taos Field Office
Bureau of Land Management
226 Cruz Alta Road
Taos, NM  87571-5983

(575) 758-8851
(575) 758-1620 FAX

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