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As Taos pastors and as people of faith, we are deeply concerned about the current federal administration's actions and recommendations regarding our national monuments. We believe the earth belongs … more
Letter to James Duran, Carson National Forest supervisor: New Mexico’s waterways – no matter how small – are often the lifeblood our communities and our traditions. more
During the summer of 2030 I went on a road trip through the Western United States. There was no particular plan, except to not use interstate highways nor to visit cities or towns easily accessible … more
I have made my living for over 40 years on the public lands and waters of New Mexico. Having access to public land and water is vital to the livelihood of my business. My business has over 60 … more
It’s increasingly rare for people to work at the same place for three years, let alone 36 years. That’s how long I worked for the Bureau of Land Management, one of the most important and … more
The article by Cody Hooks does a reasonable job of explaining the proposed project. However, several points were misleading and one of the main benefits of the proposed 345 kilovolt (kV) power … more
We thank The Taos News for the two recent articles about our Lucky Corridor transmission project. We sincerely appreciate the public feedback to the articles, as well. more
New Mexican residents often speak of their respect for the beautiful land we live upon. Yet, there are daily suggestions and reminders that not everyone shares that sentiment. Just look at my … more
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