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BLM New Mexico enacts fire restrictions statewide
Thu. May 21st 2020

Due to increasing fire danger and to prevent human-caused ignitions, the Bureau of Land Management implemented fire restrictions on BLM-managed lands in New Mexico on May 20 at 12:01 a.m.

Prohibitions include: use of campfires or charcoal; smoking outside of a vehicle, enclosed building, or areas free of flammable materials; fireworks and pyrotechnic devices; any type of aerial luminary; and off-highway vehicle (OHV) use except in designated OHV areas.

In addition, the following activities require individuals to have a fire extinguisher or 5 gallons of water and a round-nose shovel of 36” minimum length: recreational target shooting, welding, cutting or grinding metal, and using chainsaws or other internal or external combustion engines.  Spark arresters approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture or the Society of Automotive Engineers are required on chainsaws and all other small internal and external combustion engines.

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