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The scope of what isn't known to science about native bees is far vaster than what is. Over the next several years, one scientist is slowly but surely collecting, pinning, labeling and identifying the little critters in the first major survey of native bees in Northern New Mexico. more
The New Mexico State Forestry Division has opened the ordering platform for tree seedlings.People wishing to purchase seedlings must own at least one acre of land in New Mexico and the trees must be … more
Unusually powerful winds coupled with flames at a ranch west of the Rio Grande Gorge forced wildland firefighters and volunteer crews to stage a quick response. Shortly before 5 p.m. Sunday (March … more
By Rebecca MossThe New MexicanSteep proposed federal cuts to the budget of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency could mean the loss of millions of dollars for New Mexico, a national advocacy … more
Update: Pipeline construction in the Rio Grande Gorge will begin as scheduled on Tuesday, (Aug. 1) but the one-way restricted traffic zone on State Road 68 won't begin until Monday, (Aug. 7), according to New Mexico Gas Co. Work will begin Aug.1 near Mile Marker 30 north of Pilar. One construction crew will be off the road at a distance and a second crew will be clearing vegetation in the right-of-way along State Road 68. "Motorists should watch for increased truck traffic where the highway climbs out of the canyon north of Pilar and at the BLM rest area on State Road 68," according to a news release from the gas company. "Flaggers may temporarily stop traffic at those locations to assist turning trucks." The 24-hour one-lane traffic restriction is now expected to begin Aug. 7, when excavation starts north of Pilar. It will take an estimated four months of construction to reroute and expand 6 miles of natural gas pipeline in the Río Grande Gorge along State Road 68. more
Anyone looking for a chance to help clean up the watersheds, communities and hiking trails of Taos County is in luck. Amigos Bravos, a conservation organization, invites families and individuals to … more
In record time, the Veteran's assistance group Not Forgotten Outreach has completed the purchase of their new 28 acre property... more
Steely gray clouds clung to the densely forested crevasses of Taos Mountain on a morning in early November. The day promised sheets of bone-chilling rain and the first snowfall of the season. As more than 200 people gathered near the río flowing at … more
  A newly constructed facility to clean potentially contaminated water at the shuttered molybdenum mine east of Questa began releasing water into the Red River July 5. Though water from … more
Residents in Taos noticed a particularly hazy day Thursday (June 29) as several fires in the Southwest continue to burn, including the 60,000-acre Brian Head Fire in Utah. more
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