Forestry camp is a 5-day residential, outdoor workshop for 13 to 17 year olds. It’s a great way for youth to learn about how New Mexicans use, care for, and appreciate the natural and cultural resources on their public lands. Resource professionals work with campers to learn about trees, streams, archaeology, insects, wildland fire, range management, wildlife, outdoor ethics, search and rescue, and soils and geology.
Think Trees New Mexico is a non-profit organization that promotes the education, training, and appreciation of arboriculture and horticulture. The organization hosts a regional tree care conference and provides support to professionals in the Green Industry of New Mexico and its surrounding regions.