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Leopold's 'Mi Casita' residents focus on environment projects

Wolves, beavers and the land ethic are the areas of interest for this year's participants in the Aldo and Estella Leopold Residency Program, which is now in its fifth year.The residents will spend a month in late … more

Locals double down on Paris climate agreement

 Taos members of an interfaith coalition will host a "We're Still In" meeting Friday (Dec. 8), to craft local solutions to the world's most pressing problem: climate change. more

Annual watershed cleanup set for Saturday

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 the … more

Feds release national monument report, suggests rewrite of proclamation

While most of the country had its eyes trained on Utah this week as President Donald Trump announced sweeping reductions to two national monuments there, a final report to the president also suggests … more

New Mexico ranchers prepare for big fire season

Wildfires have already scorched thousands of acres in Northern New Mexico, Colorado and Oklahoma, prompting livestock officials to urge New Mexico ranchers to prepare for what could be a long and … more

Drone users, feds push public to learn rules

Cheap, easy-to-use drones are more popular than ever before. Now professional drone operators and government agencies are trying to drive home the same message to people just starting to toy with the technology: Get savvy on the rules before you fly. more

Supreme Court gives feds go-ahead in Río Grande case

The United States Supreme Court delivered a ruling two weeks ago on March 5 in a multi-state case involving water rights on the Río Grande. In 1906, the United States made a treaty with … more

BLM greenlights pipeline reroute through Río Grande Gorge

The Bureau of Land Management has granted final approval for New Mexico Gas Company to reroute about 6 miles of Taos County's only natural gas pipeline between August and November. more

Winter snows ‘too little, too late’ for water managers

"For New Mexico, it's a story of too little too late, and the lack of beneficial moisture has become evident statewide," the most recent water forecast read. more
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