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'The congested forests that we are familiar with today are completely unnatural and will not endure, and neither will our … more
In New Mexico folk medicine, oshá de la sierra root is sometimes worn on the boots to repel viboras (rattlesnakes) and kept in the pocket or under the pillow. It is said to repel infection and mal ojo (the evil eye). more
With the coming of fall, thoughts turn to preserving the fruits of the fields, trees and vines. Northern New Mexico has a long history of food preservation through drying, canning and … more
Lesser goldfinches are in Northern New Mexico all during nesting season, but their population really exploded in late August. Young goldfinches fledged and activity … more
Regenerative agriculture is an approach to farming that enriches the soil rather than depleting it. more
Añil del muerto, a plant with bright yellow flowers and blue-green leaves, begins blooming near the end of July and throughout most of August in Northern New Mexico. more
Did you know 235 rare and endangered plant species live in New Mexico? Of these, 109 species occur only in New Mexico and nowhere else in the world. more
September and October are the prime time for fall planting and preparing your trees for the winter months. If trees are not properly taken care of over the winter, they can die or come back weak in … more
Bird activity at local backyards has been strong this summer. Hummingbird activity in particular is off the charts right now. Here are a few mid-summer frequently … more
The Taos Farmers Market was one of the open-air markets that got its start in the early 1970s."The Taos market operated for the first time in 1972 and was considered successful," according to an … more
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