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Garbology is the study of garbage. Where does all of our garbage go after we throw it away? more
Some of the rise in water is caused by glaciers melting. Glaciers are melting faster because the atmosphere is getting hotter and hotter from the greenhouse gas emissions. This is mostly humans' fault. more
About once a month, snow rangers hike, ski and snowshoe their way to the tops of the mountains in Northern New Mexico. They have a … more
With all the beautiful lands around Taos, the possibilities are almost endless for hiking all year-round. Where will you go? Here are 10 great hikes to do in 2019, some familiar, some lesser known. more
Lunar eclipses are like fine wines. They are to be appreciated slowly and enjoyed for their color and "taste." The Full Super Wolf Blood Moon of Jan. 20 was one to be savored for its beauty and stature. more
After a succession of snowstorms blanketed Taos County and much of New Mexico, dozens headed to U.S. Hill and Sipapu Ski Resort over the weekend to make the most of the snowfall.  more
Hunting and sharing the harvest is a tradition that runs deep in Northern New Mexico. more
Comet Wirtanen may be one of those rare comets visible to the naked eye. more
With 119 years of data recorded, the annual count is a valuable tool. more
At the end of last year, Jamie Ash set a personal goal that would be hard to accomplish and take months of training: the Taos business owner set her sights on hiking in the Gates of the Arctic National Park in Alaska. more
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