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Udall moves to protect national monuments

Udall introduced a bill into the Senate that would reaffirm and enhance protections for national monuments and the procedures for altering them. more

Taos resident elected to Nature Conservancy board

The New Mexico branch of the Nature Conservancy has elected three new board members, including Taos arborist Ben Maddox, according to a Feb. 6 press release from the organization. Maddox moved to … more

Santa Barbara acequias to meet about sharing

A second gathering of all the acequias in the Santa Barbara watershed is set for this evening (May 3). more

In tackling illegal dumps, county takes a compassionate approach

Heaps of garbage dumped in arroyos reveal more than broken laws and environmental contamination. In them are the stories and symptoms of pervasive drug use, family trauma and abuse of some of the oldest and neediest people around. more

The Great American Eclipse: Views from around Taos

During a solar eclipse, the moon maneuvers between Earth and the sun, throwing a band of shadow, the umbra, onto Earth's surface. For the lucky folks in the direct path of the eclipse -- the path of … more

Fire conditions: burning canceled in town, county through Thursday

All burning in Taos County and the town of Taos, even with a valid burn permit, has been canceled for the rest of today (April 11) and all of Thursday (April 12), according to Taos Central … more

Santa Fe National Forest scoots out campers as forest closes

Santa Fe National Forest officials patrolled the forest Friday (June 1), letting campers and visitors know they need to leave as a forest-wide closure took effect.   Forest officials implemented … more

Canjilón Lakes to remain closed to visitors as forest regenerates

For the third season in row, the high-mountain recreational area around Canjilón Lakes will remain closed to the public as the forest recovers from a massive tree die-off.More than 70 to 80 percent … more

Farming community puts pressure on state herbicide program

More than 50 residents from Dixon, Embudo and surrounding areas gathered Thursday (Sept. 7) to tell representatives of the New Mexico Department of Transportation they don't want herbicides sprayed near … more

Carson National Forest to host planning open house

Carson National Forest managers and planners are hosting an "open house" for locals today (Dec. 13) to ask questions about the lengthy, once-in-a-generation process of rewriting the forest's management plan. more
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