bear sighting

Mama and cub sighted between Trilobite and Coryphodon. Please do not leave trash out, and bring any pet food inside.

Eleni Fredlund
LMHC, NMCST, EMT-I/IC, FF
Peace, Shalom, Salaam, Eirene, Shaante
cell (505)709-0033

Annual Aerial Survey of SFNF to Begin Soon; No Drones, Please

SANTA FE, NM – July 14, 2017 – For Immediate Release. The annual aerial survey for insect and disease outbreaks on the 1.6- million-acre Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) could begin as early as Monday, July 17, and continue intermittently through August 18.

Forest Service airplanes and helicopters regularly fly over private, state, and National Forest System lands at low altitudes to perform a variety of natural resource management missions, including insect and disease surveys, remote sensing to acquire aerial images and data, and firefighting.

Jemez Springs homes repeatedly terrorized by burglars!

SLPPOA Excess Water Usage Surcharge - Committee members sought.

SLPPOA Homeowners,

Please reply to Board1@slppoa.org if you are interested in volunteering to work on a committee to discourage excessive water use by SLPPOA members based on the following information. We would like to present a proposed by-law amendment on this subject at the annual meeting for discussion.

Restrictions End Tomorrow on Santa Fe National Forest

Bad news-------Campfires are permitted!!!

SANTA FE, NM – July 13, 2017 – For Immediate Release. Thanks to recent precipitation and decreasing fire danger, the Santa Fe National Forest will lift campfire and smoking restrictions on Friday, July 14, at 8:00 a.m. The forest implemented Stage 1 fire restrictions on June 23 based on dry conditions and higher-than-normal temperatures.

Bears are Out!

David Stuedel (SLP Homeowner) caught this bear with his security cam at 1:13 in the afternoon yesterday.

Jan Studebaker also saw a mature bear crossing Highway 4 on the way to Los Alamos.

Gathering Monsoon Both Decreases and Increases Fire Danger

A couple of lightning caused fires that have broken out currently suggest a different pattern of fire danger emerging. The forests are still dry and ready to ignite at any carelessly flicked cigarette butt or abandoned campfire, but the recent weather has brought with it some increased moisture in the forests together with instances of dry lightning storms.

SLPPOA Mailbox damage

Albert, our mail carrier, found damage to some boxes at the SLPPOA cluster boxes. He asked that we try to pick up the mail and packages everyday to avoid losses.

If you see someone/something suspicious, call the Post Office: 575-829-3917

Thanks to Donna Smith

Bears in SLPPOA

Bear with 2 cubs spotted off Ashley Lane loop approx 1/2 mile west of FR 10.
Please lock up your food stuffs.

Suzanne Star

Final Cajete Fire Update - June 24, 2017 (Cajete Fire Wildfire)

Final Cajete Fire Update June 24, 2017 Fire Information: (505) 438-5300 Email: Cajetefireinfo@gmail.com Start Date: June 15, 2017 Cause: Abandoned campfire Size: 1,412 acres Containment: 96% Vegetation: Mostly ponderosa pine with some mixed conifer and aspen on north facing slopes.

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