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Paintings in the San Miguel Mission Church

Ghostly Tour in Old Santa Fe

 Why do the deceased hang around places they no longer can partake in? Of course, they are only in another dimension and are able to participate in both worlds. Sometimes we are able to catch an image in a photo or sometimes, it is a feeling or an object moved. Since Santa Fe is the […]

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UNM-Taos students sample water from the Rio Fernando de Taos watershed as part of a project for Amigos Bravos & Water Sentinels

It’s Water-Monitoring Season: You Can Help!

by Eric Patterson- Adapted from Rio Grande Sierran Water Sentinels—Rios de Taos will start the 2018 water-monitoring  season with a training session and first monitoring shortly after Memorial Day, a second in early July and a third in early September.  Each requires a morning’s effort and is usually finished by noon.  If you are interested […]

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