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Holiday Gifting at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market

Giving the gift of creativity - as local as it gets... There's so much more than great produce at the farmer's market.

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Holidays in the State Parks

Conditions are right for adventure at New Mexico State Parks this holiday season

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PNM Power Up Grant Funds the “Love Transfer Station”

First of three mobile parklets increase walkability on St. Michaels Drive.

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Earth Day Activities in Santa Fe

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Everyday Green: Tribal Museums and Cultural Centers

"Preserving the diversity of traditions, lifeways and cultural values is a core concern in New Mexico’s rural and tribal communities."

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Tewa Women United

"Tewa Women United (TWU) is a collective of intertribal, multicultural women who reside in the Tewa Pueblo homelands of northern New Mexico."

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Climate Change Impacts to Tribes in the Southwestern United States

"For Southwestern tribes, the impacts of climate change threaten local infrastructure, access to culturally significant plant and animal species, food sovereignty, water resources and traditional lifeways."

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The Universe of Patrick Mehaffy

The in-depth thoughts of artist Patrick Mehaffy from July's edition of THE Magazine

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Pair of Goats Become Newest Members SFUAD Grounds Crew

Africa and her kid Chico, were introduced to the campus earlier this week to reduce the university's reliance on herbicides in maintaining the grounds, according to college staff

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Cache is King: Hi-Tech Geocache Scavenging On the Rise

"Geocaching embodies a spirit of wonder, curiosity, and adventure."

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City Outdoor Time-of-Day Watering Restrictions Begin May 1

Outdoor Watering Prohibited between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and No More than Three Times a Week

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City Launches ‘Low-Impact Living’ App

Joulebug provides simple, straightforward tips for acting responsibly and saving money as one goes about their day

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The Home Builder’s Perspective

" ...lower risks associated with energy efficiency should be taken into consideration when underwriting mortgage loans"

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Publishers’ Thoughts

'We are reinventing, re-purposing, and restoring ourselves'

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‘Recycle Santa Fe’ Art Festival

'The Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival will celebrate its 15th year November 15 – 17 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center'

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The Wealth of Health: Oriental Medicine as a New Mexico Resource

"The Health Security Plan, which was submitted again in this year’s Legislature, is a framework that could cover most of us and have a real shot at controlling costs"

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Wisdom of the Mayordomo

"The view of water as a community resource has never swayed from the acequia tradition, and it is this concept of the repartimiento, largely implemented by the mayordomo, which has sustained acequias for generations"

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Can you Trust a Tomato in January?

'Preferred Produce in Deminggrows flavorful tomatoes andother produce year-round... even in January'

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City Announces 2nd Annual Water Conservation Challenge

'The City of Santa Fe is proud to announce its involvement in the second annual National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation.'

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Santa Fe Farmer’s Market Reveals Busy Spring Schedule

'Workshops, cooking demos, kids events & more at the farmers' market'

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Preview of New Documentary Series, ‘The Earth Chronicles Project’

"This series of films explores the intersection between art and the natural world..."

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