Community Resources

New Mexico Urban Forest Council

Tree New Mexico is a founding member of the New Mexico Urban Forest Council, a citizen-based group that advises the State Forester on the best ways to preserve, protect, expand and improve New Mexico’s urban and community forests.

The Council is authorized by the State Forester under Section 9 of the Cooperative Forestry Assistance Act of 1978 (PL 95-313) as amended by the 1990 Farm Bill (PL 101-624).

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4 comments “Community Resources”

I have a Pinon tree, planted one year ago that this spring seems to be turning brown for some reason. Is there anyone in your organization that can look at this tree and suggest anything to save it?

hello my name is miguel and i would like to know if you have any information about where to get seeds for plants by the river id like to start growing grass, flowers, and trees near the river but i dont have the resources. My goal is to get more animals especially the endangered animal and bees to start to find new homes near the river.

Miguel Thanks for visiting Tree New Mexico’s website. Please contact Bernalillo County Extension Service on Indian School for further guidance on this question.

Hi Jim, Please contact the Bernalillo County Extension service to help with this question. In the meantime, do not over water. Thanks for being a good Tree Steward! Sue

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