January 12, 2018 – This month on “Our Land: New Mexico’s Environmental Past, Present and Future,” we visit Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge near Socorro. Many people visit the refuge during the winter months to get an up-close look … Continue reading Our Land: Bosque del Apache

US Supreme Court to decide how states share the drying Rio Grande, and New Mexico could lose big By Laura Paskus  As severe drought returns to New Mexico, farmers and skiers alike fret over the state’s lack of snow. Meanwhile, … Continue reading In Deep Water

January 4, 2018- This week on New Mexico in Focus, correspondent Megan Kamerick sits down with author Ashley Biggers, who has written extensively about travel in New Mexico. Her latest book, “Eco-Travel New Mexico,” highlights places that operate on sustainable … Continue reading “Eco-Travel New Mexico” author Ashley Biggers

December 29, 2017 – Thousands of veterans call New Mexico home. For vets who are struggling with injuries or challenges related to their service, the transition to civilian life can be difficult. Paws and Stripes in Albuquerque is a local … Continue reading Paws And Stripes Helps Veterans Forge New Life After Service

December 22, 2017 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales sits down this week with two experts who delve into the histories of both early New Mexico and Florida. Dr. Aimee Villarreal was a producer and researcher on an animated film about the … Continue reading Scholars Explore Connections Between Early New Mexico & Florida

December 15, 2017 – The so-called “brain drain” of talented young professionals from New Mexico is a topic that comes up often in New Mexico. There are many ideas for making sure recent graduates can find jobs and opportunities here. … Continue reading Bringing Back STEM Grads

December 15, 2017 – Sexual harassment and assault have been in the national headlines this fall as the #MeToo movement gained momentum online and in communities across the country. What does that mean for New Mexico? Producer Sarah Gustavus sits … Continue reading Responding To The #MeToo Movement In New Mexico

December 8, 2017 – There are thousands of websites and apps that aim to help people manage their weight or work on improving their health. But few of those resources are targeted for Native Americans.  In the latest installment of … Continue reading Re-connecting With A Healthy Lifestyle: Technology And Online Tools

December 1, 2017 – Those who work with neighborhood associations believe that a connected community is a safer community. Producer Sarah Gustavus sits down with leaders of neighborhood coalitions to share how they are making their streets safer through initiatives … Continue reading Connecting Neighbors For Safer Neighborhoods

December 8, 2017 – More than 20 years ago, Dan Shaw co-founded the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program, or BEMP, with the late-Cliff Crawford, a biology professor at the University of New Mexico. Today, thousands of New Mexico students from the … Continue reading Students & Scientists Benefit From The Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program

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