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Spring Runoff event at santa fe brewing WHEN: April 16, Starting at 11am WHERE: Santa Fe Brewing Company Headquarters, 35 Fire Pl, Santa Fe, NM 87508 Santa Fe Brewing Company is launching their Spring Runoff event to support New Mexico Outdoor Recreation There will be outdoor actvities, live music, food, vendors, raffles and more!   Admission is

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New Mexico tribes concerned about plan to power nuclear lab Dec 29, 2021 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico Indigenous leaders are concerned about a proposed multimillion-dollar transmission line that would cross what they consider sacred lands. The transmission line planned by the U.S. government would bring more electricity to Los Alamos National Laboratory as it

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Powering up LANL: The project needs explaining Jan 1, 2022 Keeping Los Alamos National Laboratory supplied with adequate power to fuel its many operations — including increased production of plutonium pits that trigger nuclear weapons — is a matter of national security. That doesn’t mean a proposal to build a high-voltage power line to ensure

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At petroglyphs, a reflection of great journeys Feb 9, 2022 Since time immemorial, the Caja del Río has been a place of great journeys. What originally started as wild game migration trails became Pueblo footpaths. Thousands of years later, one of these paths became the famed El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, the Spanish trade

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Pueblo group: BLM not doing enough to protect sacred lands Jan 29, 2022 SANTA FE – A pueblo group has alleged the federal Bureau of Land Management is mismanaging and not doing enough to protect sacred sites in the Caja del Rio Plateau area, also known as La Bajada, in the wake of a recent

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Attack on petroglyphs part of a troubling trend Jan 29, 2022 The desecration of the La Cieneguilla Petroglyph Site is disheartening on many levels. That vandals would deface images placed on stone centuries ago — the drawings likely date to the 13th or 14th centuries — indicates a lack of caring for our shared history

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Authorities in New Mexico search for petroglyph vandals Jan 28, 2022 One archaeological expert calls the recent desecration of ancient petroglyphs in La Cieneguilla a “cultural conflict,” one likely carried out by teens oblivious to the significance of the artwork, which dates back hundreds and perhaps thousands of years. The Bureau of Land Management, which

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