Taos County is poised to become "the first county in America" to build a truly sustainable model for climate resilience, according to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, who spoke during a stop in Arroyo Seco on Wednesday (Sept. 7).

The governor cut a ribbon to celebrate the state's initial, $5 million investment in the planned $155 million Clean Energy Transportation and Recreation Corridor. Later on Wednesday, she announced a $2.5 million Economic Development Act grant for Taos Pueblo to be used for an economic development center.

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Alice Robison

WOW!!! Let's ask the Pueblo to lead the way on the water and forest and fire and sustainability! I hope this will get everyone on the same page to work together~ we HAVE TO for survival and we can live good lives helping one another out in our community. Why not lead the way???

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