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When farmers plant their field, it takes just a season to see the harvest of that crop. But when it comes to conservation education for youth, it’s a long-term investment, says Peter Vigil, … more
The New Mexico Department of Health issued an emergency rule on Friday (March 1) that lets medical cannabis producers grow up to 2,500 plants. more
Public invited to TSV via ferrata talk FridayTaos Ski Valley is hosting a public forum Friday (March 8) to discuss the proposed Via Ferrata development in the Katchina Bowl.The forum will happen from … more
Thanks to a positive recommendation Monday (March 4) from a Senate committee, the full Senate will hear a bill that would dramatically decrease the amount of … more
The cost of a cow on federal land is going down, which is good news for ranchers working in the margins of the country's cattle industry.Ranchers will have to pay … more
Michael Cloutman hates those moments when a patient comes through the door of the cannabis dispensary in Taos and he has to tell them that the medicine they need is … more
It's not the biggest news of the year, but we still get excited when winter brings Northern New Mexico the life-giving gift of snow.The snowstorm that rolled into the … more
Join farmers, gardeners and seed enthusiasts in the southern part of Taos County for the second annual Peñasco/Dixon Area Seed Swap this Sunday (March 3). more
Two remote corners of Taos County could officially become wilderness thanks to a sweeping public lands bill that has passed both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate. more
The Taos County Sheriff's Office responded to a total of six car crashes and other weather-related accidents as the storm rolled in Friday evening (Feb. 22) … more
Taos News readers joined us on our Facebook page to share with us their photos and their overnight snowfall totals as of this morning (Feb. 23). more
1 p.m. update – Snow reports varied throughout the town of Taos. At the start of daybreak while the snow was still falling, some residents reported 6-9 inches; whereas by mid-morning, others reported receiving over a foot in some parts of town. more
The Carson was selected to provide not only the show-stopping tree for the Capitol, but 70 smaller trees that will decorate various government buildings and public spaces around the district. more
The tree board spent the last three years counting all the community's trees. They've drafted a plan detailing how the community can take care of Taos trees. The 29-page plan must still be presented to the town of Taos council for approval. more
If you spend enough time on the river, eventually something will shift and “a deep understanding, a deep commitment” begins to well in your being. That’s what happened for Steve … more
 A winter storm warning is in effect for Taos County and Northern New Mexico today through Tuesday night (Feb. 18-19), according to the National Weather Service in Albuquerque. Snow … more
How many trees are in Taos parks, historic district and other public places in town? 6,000 of dozens of different species. Many are decades old, growing tall and strong through several generations of Taoseños. Some … more
UPDATE: Although wind gusts of 60-70 mph buffeted Taos Ski Valley's uppermost chairlifts Saturday afternoon (Feb. 16), forcing their temporarily closure, Sunday (Feb. 17) is a different story. more
“Winter is back,” says meteorologist Annette Mokry about two upcoming storm systems that are likely to dump snow in the Taos area, especially the mountains, between Saturday (Feb. 16) and … more
With current concern about genetically modified seeds, local seed preservation is more important than ever. more
The goal of firescaping is to surround our houses with things that are less likely to be ignited by sparks and to slow or limit burning when they do ignite. more
New Mexico is at a turning point. Under the direction of a new governor, the state is about to try shifting both its energy sources and its economy away from dependence on fossil fuels and toward renewable energy. more
A sweeping public lands conservation package that passed the U.S. Senate on Tuesday with overwhelming support from both parties would establish 13 new wilderness areas in New Mexico, the largest land designation in a single year since 1980. more
"Rocks have been coming down" because of the combination of high daytime temperatures and freezing nights, more
The month was colder and much wetter than usual. more
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