All-Hands All-Lands Burn Team
What is the All-Hands All-Lands (AHAL) Burn Team? AHAL is a collaborative effort between The Nature Conservancy of New Mexico, the Rio Grande Water Fund, the Forest Stewards Guild, and many other organizations to accelerate the return of fire to fire-adapted ecosystems within the Rio Grande Watershed. AHAL typically mobilizes in the fall and spring when projects come into prescription.

Are you a wildland firefighter or prescribed fire practitioner? Interested in putting good fire on the ground, gaining hands-on experience, working on qualifications, and training with diverse partners? Please fill out the form below with your contact information, availability, and training preferences.

Questions? Please contact the Forest Stewards Guild's Deputy Director, Eytan Krasilovsky, at
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