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Environment news briefs

Here's a wrap up of recent environmental news, from methane to solar energy. more

Pipeline update: crews move south of Pilar

Contractors hired by New Mexico Natural Gas Company are currently finishing installation of the natural gas pipeline near mile marker 29. more

Experiencing food sovereignty at Taos Pueblo

What is food sovereignty and why is it important to the community of Taos Pueblo?These are the central questions at the heart of the upcoming "Red Willow … more

Angel Fire Proud hosts village-wide cleanup day Oct. 7

Dig out your outdoor work clothes and prepare to roll up your sleeves for Angel Fire's village-wide cleanup, which will be hosted by Angel Fire Proud, … more

Land swap in Río Grande del Norte National Monument to move forward

A land exchange that would officially add thousands of acres to the Río Grande del Norte National Monument – one that was put on hold due to a federal review of national monuments … more

Two prescribed burns planned for Carson National Forest

Wildland firefighters with the Carson National Forest will conduct two prescribed burns during the month of October, seizing on favorable weather conditions to protect homes and improve ecological … more

Seed savers rally for Puerto Rico

Seed savers are encouraged to contribute food crop seeds that grow quickly to farmers in Puerto Rico, where the island’s agriculture was devastated following two high-intensity … more

Heavy rains give Taos wet September

Major rains last week dumped on Taos a bit less than the rest of the state, but more rains and potentially severe weather are rolling through Taos again. more

Prescribed burn, wildland fire training comes to Peñasco in October

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

DC pushes BLM grazing policy with little prep, time

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
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