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Permits will be sold at the main Carson National Forest office in Taos only two days a week until further notice. The forest "is in the process of hiring and training our new customer service … more
A meeting of the parties to the Abeyta Settlement is scheduled for May 1 to discuss the technical implementation of the complex agreement. more
The Carson National Forest is urging people to remove approximately 1,300 cords of wood from the Canjilon Lakes Recreational Area.About 70 to 80 percent of the mature spruce, fir and aspen died in … more
Local high school Envirothon teams had a solid showing at the recent state competition.Envirothon is an educational competition that teaches mostly high school students about natural resources … more
Just one day after taking a stroll along the river in the Río Grande del Norte National Monument to celebrate its fifth anniversary, U.S. Rep. Ben … more
Just a few weeks after writing that some oil and gas drilling around Chaco Canyon violates historic preservation laws, a federal judge has pivoted and said that, actually, it doesn't. more
Though the Taos County Commission chambers were packed at a recent meeting because of a misunderstanding about one day moving some tax revenue away … more
Acequias are a physical feature in the landscape as much as a basis of community and local power. That they've endured is a testament to their continued influence. more
Both the town of Taos and Taos County are under a burn ban until at least May 1, when the county commission will consider further burning restrictions. more
While pants, shirts and other gear are distributed by the agency, firefighters' boots are their own, spokespeople said, and are subsidized with a government stipend. more
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