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How many trees are in Taos parks, historic district and other public places in town? 6,000 of dozens of different species. Many are decades old, growing tall and strong through several generations of Taoseños. Some … more
UPDATE: Although wind gusts of 60-70 mph buffeted Taos Ski Valley's uppermost chairlifts Saturday afternoon (Feb. 16), forcing their temporarily closure, Sunday (Feb. 17) is a different story. more
“Winter is back,” says meteorologist Annette Mokry about two upcoming storm systems that are likely to dump snow in the Taos area, especially the mountains, between Saturday (Feb. 16) and … more
With current concern about genetically modified seeds, local seed preservation is more important than ever. more
The goal of firescaping is to surround our houses with things that are less likely to be ignited by sparks and to slow or limit burning when they do ignite. more
New Mexico is at a turning point. Under the direction of a new governor, the state is about to try shifting both its energy sources and its economy away from dependence on fossil fuels and toward renewable energy. more
A sweeping public lands conservation package that passed the U.S. Senate on Tuesday with overwhelming support from both parties would establish 13 new wilderness areas in New Mexico, the largest land designation in a single year since 1980. more
"Rocks have been coming down" because of the combination of high daytime temperatures and freezing nights, more
The month was colder and much wetter than usual. more
New Mexico Land Commissioner Stephanie García Richard will be part of the panel discussion. more
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