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If our articles (click blue links to read the stories) inspire you to visit White Sands National Park and Three Rivers Petroglyph Site, why not make a full day of it and see both? Along the way, you’ll pass by two local businesses that might have just what you need for a delicious snack to keep you going: pistachios! New Mexico is one of three states that grow pistachios in the United States, along with California and Arizona. Turns out … Read More
When I planted my permanent garden decades ago, I chose only native and drought-tolerant perennials. I considered annuals to be expensive and time consuming to replace every year. Perennials, however, are planted once and expand to fill the garden, year after year. Also, once established, perennials can be divided to fill other areas of the garden, so they become a source of free plants. June has long been designated Perennial Gardening Month by the Perennial Plant Association (PPA). PPA recommends … Read More
The New Mexico Department of Transportation Park and Ride will increase service to support the reinstated full schedule on New Mexico Rail Runner Express on May 24, 2021. The trains will resume running on a full weekday and weekend schedule. Train capacity is limited to 25 percent or 160 seats. Visit www.riometro.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=277 for more information. Santa Fe South Capitol and New Mexico 599 Rail Runner Station shuttles will connect with three morning northbound trains and three afternoon/evening southbound trains. The early morning … Read More