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Though the Carson National Forest is keeping the Fawn Lakes campground closed for the time being due to flooding, there's plenty of other places to pitch a tent in the forest. Developed … more
The Carson National Forest Supervisor's Office, located on Cruz Alta Road in Taos, will be open this Saturday (May 18) from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to sell fuelwood permits. It's the only Saturday in … more
Blessing the water with San IsidroTo celebrate San Isidro, Northern New Mexico's ever-popular saint of farming, water and acequias, a multicultural "blessing of the … more
Aside from predators and the natural risks of making such a journey, migratory birds also face a growing threat that's impacting bird populations worldwide: plastic pollution. more
This spring has had some good streamflows, no?Though the rivers flowing around Taos County aren't seeing historic flows, it's still far more than usual and far, far more than last year.Case in point: … more
The Bureau of Land Management Taos Field Office is now selling personal-use fuelwood permits. Permits cost $12 per cord, and people can buy up to eight cords. Only dead (down or standing) … more
Taos County, along with 20 other counties in the state, was declared a primary disaster area by the USDA back in March, and farmers and ranchers have until November to apply for loans to help recover … more
The hemp talk on May 16 will cover "what to know before you grow," including how to get seeds, how to plant and the rules and regulations currently in place in the state. more
After about a week with no water in the Acequia de Llano in Dixon, parciantes are almost able to put all that spring runoff to use. The issue with the dry ditch is the result of beaver activity in the area. more
If you happened to be sitting by a river -- the Río Grande, let's say -- at any time in the last week or so, it's likely you noticed that flow was strong, even … more
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