Environment
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While lawmakers in Washington, D.C. wrangled Monday morning (Jan. 22) for a solution to reopen the federal government, local offices of national agencies were still trying to officially close their … more
The far northern part of the county was the most impacted by the winter storm, followed by all three Taos County ski areas. more
Two upcoming agricultural and environmental events with a bent toward influencing policy. more
The center is now open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. with a volunteer always on hand to take and sort donations and introduce people to the space. more
Several bighorn sheep were recently culled from the Río Grande Gorge herd in the southern end of Taos County by the New Mexico Department of Game and … more
If a group of public officials, volunteers and forest advocates has its way, a forest trail along the river between Questa and Red River could become … more
A hundred years ago the snowy egret was hunted almost to extinction for its delicate feathers before early conservationists... more
In record time, the Veteran's assistance group Not Forgotten Outreach has completed the purchase of their new 28 acre property... more
On a hillside in Taos Ski Valley is the Taos Powderhorn, a gauging station where scientists have for decades measured snow piling up in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains above the Taos Valley. more
A majority of the fire districts in Colfax County are under a burn ban until further notice. The ban became effective Thursday (Jan. 4) and includes the Farley, Miami, French Tract, Vermejo Park and … more
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