City Different News

Santa Fe New Mexican

Pasatiempo

The Mag Santa Fe

Green Fire Times

  • Solar Powered Community Center in Ribera, NM

    Cornerstones Community Partnerships has added a 21st-century element to its mission to preserve historic buildings and support traditional cultures. The nonprofit organization has created an initiative to install and maintain solar energy on tribal lands and in economically challenged northern New Mexico villages. The organization’s efforts include the training of youth, the unemployed and the … The post Solar Powered Community Center in Ribera, NM appeared first on Green Fire Times. […]

  • Restoring a Broken River: The Rio Fernando de Taos Watershed

    By Shannon Romeling Dry sections, E. coli bacteria, fire risk, sedimentation, polluted runoff, worn-down acequia systems, limited in-town access and bank impacts/modifications are just a few of the issues plaguing the Río Fernando de Taos. The Río Fernando is the major drainage running east to west through the town of Taos, and plays a key part in … The post Restoring a Broken River: The Rio Fernando de Taos Watershed appeared first on Green Fire Times. […]

  • Resilience on the Comanche Creek

    By Sarah Wentzel-Fisher In May of this year, I was experiencing what I refer to as aridity anxiety. Symptoms included a routine check of rain gauges, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s and the Wildfire Incident Information System’s websites, a reluctance to water anything in the yard, and a lot of conversation about when it … The post Resilience on the Comanche Creek appeared first on Green Fire Times. […]

  • Pueblog

    Pueblog By Carnell Chosa What is Pueblog? Pueblog is a sharing space where our community members will contribute short written pieces on issues, reflections and innovative ideas related to New Mexico Pueblos and the larger Native American population. Pueblog is still in the development and design stages. As it evolves, its website will include short, … The post Pueblog appeared first on Green Fire Times. […]

  • Pueblo Villages, Land Grants and Spanish Villages in the Valle de Cochiti

    A History of Peña Blanca and Its Lower Río Santa Fe Neighbors By Hilario E. Romero This is the second part of the general history of El Valle de Cochiti. This article deals with land conflicts throughout the Spanish, Mexican, U.S. Territorial and Statehood periods—centuries of encroachment that members of Cochiti Pueblo had to endure. … The post Pueblo Villages, Land Grants and Spanish Villages in the Valle de Cochiti appeared first on Green Fire Times. […]

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!