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The scope of what isn't known to science about native bees is far vaster than what is. Over the next several years, one scientist is slowly but surely collecting, pinning, labeling and identifying the little critters in the first major survey of native bees in Northern New Mexico. more
National Public Lands Day, celebrated Sept. 30 of each year, is the nation's largest single-day volunteer effort for public lands. Local branches of federal agencies have lots of activities planned.The Carson National Forest, in partnership with New … more
More than 50 residents from Dixon, Embudo and surrounding areas gathered Thursday (Sept. 7) to tell representatives of the New Mexico Department of Transportation they don't want herbicides sprayed near … more
The many and massive wildfires burning in the Western United States are the source of the haze that's been hanging over Taos for the past week. more
The Santa Fe National Forest announced Friday (Sept. 1) it is extending the closure of a segment of the Continental Divide Trail on the Coyote Ranger District out of concerns for public safety. more
A previously closed area in Taos Canyon has been opened for harvesting of dead and down trees through the end of the year.According to the Camino Real District of the Carson National Forest, the Bull Springs unit of the La Jara Project Area in Taos … more
Smoke from more than a dozen large wildfires burning in Montana and Idaho contributed to the haze settling over parts of Northern and Central New Mexico Saturday and Sunday (Sept. 2-3). David … more
The Río Grande was light green for a few days over the weekend. State officials and people with local knowledge of the river name the cause as runoff from naturally exposed hills not far from … more
The fate of the Río Grande del Norte National Monument here in Taos County is still unknown after U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke delivered a recommendation on 27 national monuments to … more
Along the banks of the Río Hondo in the canyon leading up to Taos Ski Valley, six local wildland firefighters were felling the smaller trees in the densely forested Cuchillo campground … more
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