East Jemez Landscape Futures: A Collaborative Approach to Post-fire
Media Type: Webinar
  • Collin M. Haffey
    The Nature Conservancy
  • Sasha Stortz
    Northern Arizona University
Distribution Contact(s):
Host Agency:
  • Southwest Fire Science Consortium
  • Burned Area Learning Network
Date: December 15, 2020

Cataloging Information

  • altered fire regimes
  • canyons
  • East Jemez Landscape Futures Project
  • fire severity
  • high-severity fires
  • invasive species
  • Jemez Mountains
  • landscape management
  • Las Conchas Fire
  • New Mexico
  • reforestation
  • refugia
  • resilience
  • type conversion
  • watershed restoration
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Record Last Modified: December 18, 2020
FRAMES Record Number: 62478


The East Jemez Landscape Futures (EJLF) project is a collaborative, landscape-scale approach to help guide future planning and research efforts in the severely altered landscapes of the eastern Jemez Mountains. EJLF seeks to address uncertainty by building a network of land managers, scientists, artists, NGOs and interested community members to inform future management, identify research needs, and capture stories from individuals and communities who were affected by these changes. This webinar will share the EJLF experience and lessons learned responding to the complex questions of post-fire landscapes. Co-hosted by the Burned Area Learning Network.

Recording Length: 0:57:27
Online Link(s):
Link to this recording (407.1 MB; mp4)