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Driven by furious winds across a tinder-dry forest, the fire was burning at a rate of an-acre-per-second.
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The inferno went on to consume almost square miles before it was finally contained more than a month later. It was the intensity with which it burned.
The fire was much hotter and moved much faster than the naturally occurring fires that the forest evolved to tolerate. They obliterate it. The Spring Creek Fire in south central Colorado burned homes and more than , acres in the summer of Efforts just across the state line in Taos County, New Mexico hope to reduce the risk of this kind of fire while nurturing a restoration economy built on good paying jobs that help prevent environmental catastrophes.
Worse, the scorched hillsides became coursing sheets of mud and ash when bare soil was hammered with torrential summer rains. Rivers of black sludge poured into the Rio Grande — the primary water source for a million people that live as far downstream as Mexico.
Drinking water providers were forced to stop taking water from the Rio Grande until the sludge-choked river cleared. The Las Conchas fire was a wake up call. Residents across New Mexico realized this kind of fire was going to be more common and more devastating. Something had to be done.
The fund sought to unite individuals, businesses, nonprofits and government agencies around the goal of drastically increasing the rate of forest treatments in the Rio Grande Basin. It also put money toward state-of-the-art research to identify areas in the basin where a catastrophic fire would have the worst impacts on watersheds. The coalition relied on scientific data to identify areas that were at the greatest threat from intense fire and dangerous post-fire runoff.
Lean and gregarious, Mark was born and raised in northern New Mexico, and now runs a small land restoration business that does everything from thinning trees to cutting hay. The group was formed years ago as a way to get more involvement, input and support from local residents in restoration and fire protection efforts.
When a representative of the Rio Grande Water Fund showed up to one of these meetings asking the group to submit a proposal to fund restoration work, Schuetz saw it as a game changer. In response, the group created the Taos Valley Watershed Coalition — an organized collaborative aimed at restoring forests within a , zone around Taos. On the ground, those funds would create a fire buffer that crossed federal, tribal and private boundaries.
Between and , the Rio Grande Water Fund helped increase the amount of public funding going toward restoration work by more than three and a half times. The initial funding and blossoming partnerships has led to even more money for restoration work. Irene Neimeyer and her husband moved from St. Louis to Taos in to realize their dream of leaving the midwest for the mountains of New Mexico.