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Town of Taos moves forward with parks master plan

Parks in Taos have been getting some much-needed attention, and the town of Taos is inviting the public in for a discussion about their future.The town … more

Taos County's natural gas briefly lost safety stink

The natural gas lines that serve much of Taos County briefly went without a critical safety feature last week.According to a Feb. 14 press release from … more

Enviros blast federal budget

Udall and environmental groups wasted no time in criticizing President Donald J. Trump's 2019 budget proposal for the federal government. The budget came out Monday (Feb. 12) and calls for deep … more

BLM hosts road, access discussion for Dixon, Embudo areas

BLM hosts road roundtable for Dixon, Embudo areasThe Bureau of Land Management announced Monday (Feb.12) the agency will host two public meetings regarding public access needs on an area of public … more

New Mexico rivers second most impacted by development

NM rivers second most impacted by developmentOf all the rivers in the West, New Mexico's are the second most altered by dams, abandoned mines and development in floodplains.A new report released last … more

New Mexico braces for early start to wildfire season

New Mexico is getting much-needed moisture this week, but the long-range forecast for the state remains the same: below-normal precipitation, continued drought and … more

Pipeline update Feb. 15-21

Although New Mexico Gas Company is still expecting to finish construction on a natural gas pipeline in the Río Grande Gorge, construction crews seem caught between a rock and a soft place."In … more

Gorge Bridge gets play but few points at Roundhouse

Even though the Río Grande Gorge Bridge on US 64 was a topic of conversation at this year's session at the Roundhouse, the immediate impacts of some … more

San Luis Valley welcomes sandhill cranes

The sandhill cranes have officially arrived in Colorado's San Luis Valley on their annual migration north. On Feb. 10, birder Ray Esparza snapped a photo of 10 sandhill cranes silhouetted against a … more

Water outlook for 2018 in the Río Grande Basin 'deteriorates'

The monthly water forecast released Tuesday (Feb. 6) by Natural Resources Conservation Service calls the dry trend "remarkable" with little chance of recovering snowpack for the coming … more
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