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The answer to healthier food, viable farming and addressing climate change is as close as the dirt beneath our feet.

Taos Valley farmers like Melinda Batemanof Morning Star Farm and Chris Pieper and Elana Lombard,of Flourish Farms, know that healthy soil is the key to better food. Beyond that, the plants covering every inch of healthy soil absorb carbon dioxide, helping reduce one of the primary greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change. These growers have changed the way they manage crops and have seen their soil get richer and better as a result.

Five steps are key to healthy soil, according to the latest research...

This week's Taos Plaza Live offers up three hours of local, live music, instead of the usual two. Singer-songwriter Jennifer Peterson takes the stage at 5:30 p.m. backed by the Andrews, Morel & …

Get ready to get down with The Damn Band tonight (Aug. 3) at Taos Plaza Live. The free weekly summer concert series, which takes place from 6-8 p.m., will feature one of our town’s favorite bands – and with reason. The group consistently delivers a really good time.

Upbeat, hard-hitting and lots of fun, The Damn Band performs R&B, pop and rock covers, plus original tunes. Formed in the late ‘90s by K. Bolan as a house band for Red River’s Bull O’ The Woods Saloon, The Damn Band was one of the first bands …

Gov. Bill Richardson was in Taos Plaza Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 18) to announce that he is dedicating more than $1 million of state discretionary funds to acequias and land grants in Northern New Mexico. Watch the video. "El agua es la vida," …