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2024-2025  EMFHP application

Landowners interested in participating in the East Moutain Forest Health Program should submit an application by using the form below.

There is a non-refundable fee for the Forest Health Assessment of your property. Your assessment fee can be paid by selecting the appropriate payment option on this page. a This fee is based on the size of your project: 

  • For  <1-5 Acres, the assessment fee is $100,
  • For 5-10 Acres $150,
  • For 10+ Acres $200.

Alternatively, assessment fees may be paid by mailing a check made out to Ciudad SWCD. Checks should be mailed to ATTN: Ciudad EMFHP PO Box 93463, Albuquerque NM 87199. Be sure to include names and addresses that match your application if you choose this payment option.

Once Ciudad SWCD receives your assessment fee and application, a Ciuadad SWCD representative will contact you to schedule your assessment.

Please Note:

In order to qualify for this program, applicants must be able to identify the boundary lines of their property. Property lines must be clearly marked at the time of assessment. 

 This program does not include removal of existing dead and down fuels on your property.

 We only remove or treat what we cut. 

Participation in the program is available for properties within Ciudad SWCD boundaries as well as Coronado SWCD boundaries via cooperative agreements. If you are unsure which SWCD your propery is in here is a helpful link to find out: NM Soil and Water Conservation Districts


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What Ciudad SWCD is able to accomplish as a District is largely restricted to the availability and guidelines  of grant funding that are awarded. Ciudad SWCD delivers numerous programs in support of our residents  and our community. Donations are greatly appreciated and allow us to expand our capabilities! Thank you.  

For questions, please reach out to Ciudad SWCD's Forest Health Manager: or call (505)431-3547 

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