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  Partial closures along State Road 68 in the Río Grande Gorge began Tuesday (Aug. 22) and will remain in place until November. "Wait times will depend on the amount of traffic at any … more
The New Mexico Court of Appeals has reversed a decision by the state Environment Department’s Water Quality Control Commission to deny a group’s request... more
With only days left until Taos County's ski areas open, mountains peaks barely have a dusting of snow and most signs point toward a winter that's warmer … more
Where the Río Fernando runs through the old Romo property in Taos, the Taos Land Trust sees not only the coursing of the place's history with an … more
A four-day hearing over proposed changes to state water quality standards wrapped up earlier this month at the Capitol, but a final decision likely won't come until spring on the regulations, which … more
People who live west of the Río Grande Gorge were alarmed when they slowly started to learn about piles of contaminated dirt from Taos Ski Valley … more
The management contractor for Los Alamos National Laboratory on Tuesday (Nov.28) named a new director it hopes will right the safety and operations issues that have plagued the weapons lab, … more
More than 700 acres of forest in La Jara Canyon, located in the Taos Canyon near Palo Flechado Pass, will be treated with a prescribed burn sometime between Oct. 15 and Nov. 23. more
In the halls of Congress yesterday (Dec. 21), the U.S. Senate approved a bill to create wilderness around San Antonio and Ute Mountains in northern Taos and Río Arriba counties. The Cerros del … more
Here's a wrap up of recent environmental news, from methane to solar energy. more
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