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NM solar industry says tariff will kill jobs

Executives at solar energy companies in New Mexico say this week's decision by President Donald Trump to impose a tariff on imported solar cells will slow the … more

Drilling in Greater Chaco protested

The BLM gave notice of the sale in September and a one-month protest period was opened to the public from December to January. One environmental organization called the number of protests "unprecedented." more

Young farmers press legislators on land access

Although small-scale agriculture doesn't hold the stature it once did in New Mexico as a lifelong pursuit and economic engine, a group of young farmers are taking to the Roundhouse in Santa Fe to … more

NM solar industry says tariff will kill jobs

Executives at solar energy companies in New Mexico say this week’s decision by President Donald Trump to impose a tariff on imported solar cells will slow the installation of new systems and kill … more

Congress agrees to short-term funding fix

Update: Jan. 23, 7 a.m. Congress agreed to a three-week spending bill late Monday (Jan. 22), allowing the government to temporarily reopen today. A second federal shutdown could occur Feb. 8 unless a long-term spending bill is reached.
While lawmakers in Washington, D.C. wrangled Monday morning (Jan. 22) for a solution to reopen the federal government, local offices of national agencies were still trying to officially close their … more

Weekend storm dumps more than foot of snow in ski areas

The far northern part of the county was the most impacted by the winter storm, followed by all three Taos County ski areas. more

Environmental events: week of Jan. 18-24

Two upcoming agricultural and environmental events with a bent toward influencing policy. more

Chamisal Reuse Center open again

The center is now open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. with a volunteer always on hand to take and sort donations and introduce people to the space. more

Bighorns culled from Río Grande Gorge herd

Several bighorn sheep were recently culled from the Río Grande Gorge herd in the southern end of Taos County by the New Mexico Department of Game and … more

Group takes first steps toward Questa-Red River Canyon trail

If a group of public officials, volunteers and forest advocates has its way, a forest trail along the river between Questa and Red River could become … more
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