The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) burned 1,243 acres of the Carson National Forest, specifically between Quartzite Peak and Forest Road 42 (near …

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Get ready to clean off those reusable bags. The town of Taos is set to enact a single-use plastic ban beginning on Monday (Nov. 1).The ban, ap…

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The Taos County Board of Commissioners kicked the metaphorical can down the road Tuesday (Oct. 19) after postponing a decision on a resolution…

The Carson National Forest and New Mexico Department of Game and Fish closed the upper Rio Costilla Watershed on the Carson Sept. 25 as they u…

For the most part, we all tend to focus on the trees and feeders in our yards during the migration season, but don’t forget to keep an eye on …

Plastic waste is a growing existential threat polluting our land and water, but an international group of scientists are working on new ways t…

 

Around 40 outdoor enthusiasts gathered at the Outward Link Trail on Sunday morning (Sept. 19) along Paseo del Cañon in Taos, but not just to s…

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Federal protections for gray wolves in the western U.S. are up for debate again, with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) recently anno…

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Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) is a Perennial that infests disturbed sites, such as roadsides and open fields, as well as hillsides, open fo…

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A land battle is brewing near one of the trailheads of the controversial Talpa Ridge Trail System – more specifically, the Outer Link trailhea…

 
 
 
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