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The Rocky Mountain Youth Corps received a $1.3 million grant to build a new workforce-development training facility in Taos. The 5,000 square foot center will house offices and classrooms to support the nonprofits Conservation, Prevention and Canine Leadership programs.
For a land management agency that has been in existence for over 100 years, you may not be surprised to learn that the management approach of the New Mexico State Land Office is almost as dated. Historically, leasing decisions from the office have been "one-offs," piecemeal leases that did little to take into account larger, landscape impacts on watersheds, habitats and ecosystems.
Fire season is here and property owners in Northern New Mexico are urged to be prepared.
Every year, for a few weeks, Taos Pueblo closes its borders to non-tribal members for special and sacred reasons. The traditionally short closure is a holy time for Taos Pueblo. This year, due to the pandemic, Taos Pueblo borders have remained closed to the public since mid-March. It was one of many difficult decisions tribal leadership didn’t see coming, but had to make.
The Bureau of Land Management is hosting a Zoom public meeting to discuss Horsethief Mesa Travel Management. This online public scoping meeting is scheduled for Wednesday (July 21), 5 to 7 p.m. Register ahead of time to participate: https://www.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_HYt2N-CyQRCiEvj_iAzFcQ
Swan Realty was formed in 2014 in Red River. Owner Rob Swan had obtained his qualifying broker license and decided to head out on his own. He started out by renting a desk in an existing office on Main Street until he found a building that would suit the needs of his new company. However, even after purchasing the new building, he was still the only broker.