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More than 500 acres of ponderosa pine and piñón-juniper forests west of Peñasco will see a prescribed burn throughout October thanks to a collaboration between nonprofits and government agencies to train young wildland firefighters. more
The Bureau of Land Management's Washington, D.C., office launched a yearlong pilot project for rancher-oriented grazing policies on federal public lands, but gave local permit holders little more than a month to develop proposals. more
Two abandoned uranium mines in the Carson National Forest that for decades posed threats to human and ecological health have been cleaned up. more
The Taos Valley Watershed Coalition will gather for its final meeting of the year next Monday, Oct. 2. The meeting is scheduled to take place from 2-4 p.m. in the Los Angelitos Room at the Taos … more
The Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands will host a two-weekend wildland firefighting training in October for career-focused women looking to pursue future employment opportunities with … more
Both of New Mexico's U.S. senators and both Democratic representatives called out the Trump administration's review of national monuments for multiple errors confirmed by local land managers. more
As construction on a reroute of the only natural gas pipeline in Taos County moves south into the Río Grande Gorge, safety observers will begin monitoring work areas next week for potential rock slides. more
Pending "rigorous retraining," Los Alamos National Laboratory temporarily suspended workers who violated safety protocol for handling nuclear materials last month, the National Nuclear Security Administration said Tuesday. The agency said the incident posed no threat to workers or the public. more
Safety measures put in place to avoid serious nuclear accidents while handling radioactive materials were violated by workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory on two occasions in mid-August, … more
Do we need to depend on Washington, D.C., to make real progress in renewable energy, gradually phasing out fossil fuels for the good of our planet? Wouldn't it be great if we had a local all-inclusive initiative, closer to you and me, where our … more
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