Year of Project: 2008
Trees Planted:68,000

The Pueblo of Santa Clara will plant 68,000 trees across a diverse landscape of Santa Clara-owned lands, located in the Jemez Mountains of northern New Mexico near the to… Read More

Greater Santa Clara Pueblo Reforestation Project

Year Planted: 2008

Trees Planted: 68,000
Location: New Mexico

The Pueblo of Santa Clara will plant 68,000 trees across a diverse landscape of Santa Clara-owned lands, located in the Jemez Mountains of northern New Mexico near the towns of Espaola and Los Alamos. The forests of Santa Clara have been damaged by two wildfires, insect and disease activity and many human caused disturbances. With the support of American Forests, the Pueblos of Santa Clara will work with Ohkay Owingeh (Indian Tribe), the Forest Service, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, La Calandria, the New Mexico Environmental Department and the Valles Caldera National Preserve.


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Greater Santa Clara Pueblo Reforestation Project

Year Planted: 2008
Trees Planted: 68,000
Location: New Mexico

The Pueblo of Santa Clara will plant 68,000 trees across a diverse landscape of Santa Clara-owned lands, located in the Jemez Mountains of northern New Mexico near the towns of Espaola and Los Alamos. The forests of Santa Clara have been damaged by two wildfires, insect and disease activity and many human caused disturbances. With the support of American Forests, the Pueblos of Santa Clara will work with Ohkay Owingeh (Indian Tribe), the Forest Service, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, La Calandria, the New Mexico Environmental Department and the Valles Caldera National Preserve.



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