El Rio Grande del Norte
April Reese, E&E reporter Published: Wednesday, October 9, 2013 TAOS, N.M. — Sunday was one of those picture-perfect autumn days in northern New Mexico: clear, cool and bright. But aside from a few brightly colored kayaks, there were few signs of life in the Rio….
Table of Contents Still Time to Submit Comments! Wildlife watching Survival Festival Pasaron Por Aqui New Monument Threatened Cheatgrass in Sandias Upcoming events Wildlife Watching in Sandias Gila River Festival Blue Range Service Project Still Time to Submit Comments! The BLM recently issued the Draft….
The Taos News July 11, 2013 Barely had the Río Grande del Norte been designated a National Monument when Tri-State Generation and Transmission announced a plan to run a high-capacity transmission line through a corridor that could include part of the newly designated area. While….
Bring a snack, hat, sunscreen, water and sturdy footwear. www.blm.gov/nm Taos Field Office: 575-758-8851 June 1-Sat 9:00 am Las Vistas de Questa Trail 3 hrs Meet at the trailhead off of Don Martinez Road in Questa (follow signs from NM 522). This is a moderate….
Matthew van Buren for The Taos News The Río Grande del Norte may have been designated a national monument this spring, but congressional efforts to create wilderness areas around Ute Mountain and the Río San Antonio continue. Earlier legislation to create a Río Grande del….