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The Bureau of Land Management has granted final approval for New Mexico Gas Company to reroute about 6 miles of Taos County's only natural gas pipeline between August and November. more
Opponents to mitigation wells proposed under the Abeyta Water Rights Settlement gathered Thursday, (April 27) outside of Taos Town Hall to express their concerns over a closed meeting being held … more
This Saturday (April 22) marks the 47th year of celebrating Earth Day. The holiday got its start with protests on the streets and activists in the halls of Congress lobbying for more protections for … more
For the third season in row, the high-mountain recreational area around Canjilón Lakes will remain closed to the public as the forest recovers from a massive tree die-off.More than 70 to 80 percent … more
The state’s environment department claims the Cimarrón River is “getting much closer” to conditions that existed before a fuel tanker crashed and leaked more than 1,000 gallons of gas into the stream. more
A haphazard pile of shovels and rakes stuck out of the corner of the truck bed of Bobby Jaramillo, the mayordomo of the Acequia Madre del Río Pueblo de Taos. The acequia is as urban an … more
If fire was a big deal when Firewise was created over 30 years ago, today that concern is magnified by multitudes. And regardless of the debate about building homes in fire-prone forests, the vast majority of development in states like New Mexico in the coming decades is expected to happen in the wildland-urban interface. more
When the Carson National Forest accepted the Valle Vidal from Pennzoil in the 1980s, the agency did its best to coax back to health the high-mountain landscape that was grazed and logged to … more
With the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership packed as it was the morning of Feb. 21, you might think a big-name band was rolling through town. Instead, folks were gathered to hear U.S. Sen. Martin … more
Native American leaders of the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) have called for a massive march in Washington, D.C., following a flurry of decisions at the federal level that have … more
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