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The Santa Fe National Forest is in north central New Mexico, covering 1.6 million acres and offering over 1,000 miles of trails. Their website contains useful information for future and current park visitors. On the homepage visitors can find the number for the Fire Information Hotline, which is "designed to share information with the public about Wildfires, Prescribed Fires, Fire Use Fires, and Wildfire Prevention Tips." The "Projects and Plans" link near the bottom of the left hand menu will be of interest to visitors who are interested in forest projects, and the environmental impact assessments and statements that accompany them. Visitors will also find "Forest Plan Monitoring Reports" from 2001 to 2009, which include "Management Indicator Species Assessment Report[s]" in the appendices. The "Respect the Rio" program employs education, restoration, and empowerment to improve fish habitat and protect endangered fish species while reducing the impacts of recreation in riparian areas".
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