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At Sierra Pacific, "Seed to Window" means that every atom of wood used in the company's windows is harvested from forests that have been tended by the company's founding family, the Emmersons, for four generations. more
This home at 11 Turkey Springs Road in Valdez is a rare opportunity. The 5,000 square-foot passive solar homestead sits on 30 forested acres in the secluded Gallina Canyon neighborhood. more
With so much focus upon the impacts of climate change, we asked our experts: Can you name seven native plants that reduce water usage for our immediate present and our future?  more
Realtor Pennie Herrera Wardlow has deep roots in Taos. She was born in the family home where she lives now. Those who came before her constructed the home with hand-made adobe bricks and wood harvested from the nearby mountains... more
Michelle Concha’s Taos Pueblo ancestral lineage and her work in the Taos community intertwine with pride and passion. more
I’ve been involved with and support many groups and nonprofits however, my main focus is currently on my family, health and business.  more
Artistic talent or the pursuit of artistic careers may run in families, but the cooperativeness and celebration of each other’s art, which is found in the relationship between Karen … more
“You’ll never be an artist because you can’t draw.” Sometimes those “you’ll never be good enough” words from a college art instructor still cross her … more
In Taos, you’ll find lots of women paddling white water. Many of the local rafting companies have female river rafting guides who add their skills and finesse to this adrenaline-filled world in … more
My official title at Randall Lumber is president/general manager, which in a family business means I'm responsible for everything from budgeting and … more
Turning a parking lot into a “secret garden” is first-grade teacher Connie White’s dream come true. And now it’s bearing the fruit of a statewide STEAM organic farming … more
Going on 9 years, I’ve worked at UNM-Taos since 2010, in various capacities. more
When she was just beginning her career, she had a hard time finding animal training work. “When I started working with dolphins as a young woman, I was turned away from work. more
The following conversation took place February 14, 2019, between Kristina Ortez, and writer and photographer Jim O’Donnell. Ortez and O’Donnell have been friends for over five years. … more
Title(s) and work responsibilities: Animal control officer under the town of Taos Police Department, but I also work closely with others departments within the town of Taos and its many … more
I have my dream job with the town of Taos. I do enjoy working with youth in our community and creating work relationships with great people who share this sense of community with me. more
In this month’s Homes magazine, we profile a beautiful 5,000 square-foot passive solar homestead sitting on 30 forested acres in Gallina Canyon neighborhood and seven native plants we recommend that reduce water use. more
Two are related artists. Another is a collector and museum creator. One’s an environmental activist. Another is a dog whisperer. Some are adventurers, business owners and another is a teacher. … more
Mary Esther Winters welcomes customers into her cozy café at Taos Pueblo. more
Zoë Zimmerman was raised on the south side of Taos and, launched from the inspiration and support of an artistically fertile community, has achieved an international reputation as a fine art … more
Originally from Brisbane, Australia, Morgan Timms is a visual journalist and multimedia producer for The Taos News. She graduated from Southern Illinois University with double … more
Terry Thompson’s fascination with the art of photography stems from his former 14-year career in underwater film production. His current work continues to emphasize the stunning natural beauty … more
Rick Romancito is editor of Tempo magazine, the arts and entertainment magazine of The Taos News. A longtime employee of the hometown newspaper, Romancito has had a rich and varied career in a number … more
Jim O’Donnell is an award-winning wilderness advocate, author and conservation photographer based in Taos, New Mexico. His work has appeared in National Geographic Maps, Discover, Scientific … more
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