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This project provided job training to a dedicated crew of Corpsmembers who performed several projects related to the management and restoration of ecosystems and implementation of sustainable recreation strategies on U.S. Forest Service system lands. The work was distributed throughout Taos, Mora and Rio Arriba Counties. RMYC provided two (2) 8-person day crews to participate in work.  This crew completed hazardous fuels reduction, range fence maintenance, noxious weed control, remove non-native fish species, and maintain trails and other recreation infrastructure.