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Weekend wildfire update: Sunday update

The Sardinas Canyon Fire burning through the unpopulated backcountry of the Camino Real district of the Carson National Forest did not grow much if at all since Friday.  Fire officials handling … more

Arroyo Seco acequia punts vote on TVAA split

At a special meeting of the Acequia Madre del Rio Lucero y Arroyo Seco Saturday (June 23), parciantes did not vote on whether to remain a part of the … more

Carson National Forest removes Devisadero Peak stone chairs

Longtime fans of the Devisadero Peak trail in the Carson National Forest noticed something missing in mid-May: several chairs built of stone. The iconic chairs, which had been there for … more

Eagle Nest Dam celebrates 100th year

Eagle Nest Dam, one of the largest privately built dams in the United States, is 100 years old this summer.The village of Eagle Nest and Eagle Nest … more

Singing the forest closure blues

After months of drought-induced jitters, the top brass with the Carson National Forest finally closed the forest on June 27. more

Sardinas Canyon wildfire doubles, burning more than 1,600 acres

The Sardinss Canyon Fire burning about 18 miles southeast of Taos has doubled in size — from 800 to 1,672 acres — in the past day, according to the latest information from fire … more

Dramatic time lapse video showing Sardinas Canyon Fire flames

This time lapse video was filmed  from Tuesday (June 26) at 10:00 p.m. to Wednesday (June 27) 5:00 a.m. from Tres Piedras. more

Carson National Forest – what's open, what's closed?

Updated: Tuesday (June 26), 8 p.m. more

Changing a popular TSV trail, building bike paths face torn reactions

Re-routing part of Williams Lake Trail and building 7 miles of new mountain biking trails are small potatoes for the U.S. Forest Service. But about half of the people who weighed in on the idea aren't into it. more

Will an Arroyo Seco acequia go solo?

The Taos Valley Acequia Association has been a major player in the Abeyta Settlement, being seen as a model of cooperation for other acequia alliances around New Mexico. Yet that cooperation may be splintering. more
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