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NM Secretary of State Addresses Otero Co. Saga

6.24.2022 –Senior Producer Lou DiVizio talks one-on-one with Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver about…

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Firefighters working on the side of a road working on the Black Fire.

Black Fire Grows to NM’s Third Largest

5.27.2022 – In the Gila National Forest, the Black Fire ignited on May 13—and has…

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A picket sign that says "One Earth."

Upending the West’s Water Narratives

5.20.2022 – Andrew Curley is a professor at the University of Arizona’s School of Geography,…

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Blades of grass and wheat grain blowing in the wind.

Understanding Extreme Winds

5.13.2022 – New Mexicans know all about gusty spring winds. But what we’re experiencing this…

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A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety front cover.

Coping with Climate Anxiety

5.13.2022 – Sarah Jaquette Ray’s 2020 book, “A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety: How to…

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A picture of a memorial tree in a park with a cartoon religious hat superimposed.

NM Reaction to Catholic Apology to Canada for Boarding Schools

4.29.2022 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales speaks with two members of the National Native American Boarding…

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New Mexico’s Evolving Droughts & Wildfire Threats

4.22.2022 –Park Williams is a bioclimatologist who studies drought and wildfire in the western United…

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A car driving away from a wildfire.

What Do We Do now?

4.22.2022 –Fire season for 2022 saw an early start, with some prescribed burns swelling out…

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A pile of money with a piece of paper in the middle that says "Inflation."

Assessing the Efficiency of Relief Payments

4.8.2022 – New Mexico State University Professor Emeritus Dr. James Peach joins the program to…

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Composite of a person smiling next to two decorated cakes.

Cake and Culture with Baker Liz Howdy

December 17, 2021 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales introduces us to Navajo baker Liz Howdy. Find…

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A small child holding a sign that says Divest with a x on it.

Students Call for UNM Fossil Fuels Divestment

November 5, 2021 –At the end of October, University of New Mexico students with UNM…

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A mural that says "somos unidos"

Neighborhoods Struggle with ABQ Stadium Proposal

October 22, 2021 – Residents in two downtown Albuquerque neighborhoods share their thoughts on the…

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National Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous Peoples Day

October 15, 2021 – NMiF crews were at Indigenous Peoples Day protests and celebrations and…

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People wearing facemasks walk through a corridor of a farmers' market.

Farmers and Growers Emerge from Pandemic

June 11, 2021 – This week, our crew takes a trip to the Santa Fe Farmers Market to…

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Low view of four people in facemasks talking to each over in a woodsy area.

There Must Be Other Names for the River

April 9, 2021 – A new exhibit at the University of New Mexico Art Museum…

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A person stands in front of prepared ingredients in a kitchen.

Decolonizing Our Diets: Plant-Based Wellness & ItalityNM

November 27, 2020 – Native Americans have long been cultivators of the surrounding landscape for…

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Two people stand with each other in a desert rocky area.

Land Management in New Mexico

October 2, 2020 – William Perry Pendley, deputy director for policy and programs at the…

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A car drives down a road that has a "FOREST FIRE IN AREA" sign posted next to it, against a dark blue sky.

Medio Fire Threatens Watersheds

August 28, 2020 – In the mountains above Santa Fe, the Medio Fire has been…

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NM Secretary of State Addresses Otero Co. Saga

6.24.2022 –Senior Producer Lou DiVizio talks one-on-one with Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver about…

Read More
Firefighters working on the side of a road working on the Black Fire.

Black Fire Grows to NM’s Third Largest

5.27.2022 – In the Gila National Forest, the Black Fire ignited on May 13—and has…

Read More
A picket sign that says "One Earth."

Upending the West’s Water Narratives

5.20.2022 – Andrew Curley is a professor at the University of Arizona’s School of Geography,…

Read More
Blades of grass and wheat grain blowing in the wind.

Understanding Extreme Winds

5.13.2022 – New Mexicans know all about gusty spring winds. But what we’re experiencing this…

Read More
A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety front cover.

Coping with Climate Anxiety

5.13.2022 – Sarah Jaquette Ray’s 2020 book, “A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety: How to…

Read More
A picture of a memorial tree in a park with a cartoon religious hat superimposed.

NM Reaction to Catholic Apology to Canada for Boarding Schools

4.29.2022 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales speaks with two members of the National Native American Boarding…

Read More

New Mexico’s Evolving Droughts & Wildfire Threats

4.22.2022 –Park Williams is a bioclimatologist who studies drought and wildfire in the western United…

Read More
A car driving away from a wildfire.

What Do We Do now?

4.22.2022 –Fire season for 2022 saw an early start, with some prescribed burns swelling out…

Read More
A pile of money with a piece of paper in the middle that says "Inflation."

Assessing the Efficiency of Relief Payments

4.8.2022 – New Mexico State University Professor Emeritus Dr. James Peach joins the program to…

Read More
Composite of a person smiling next to two decorated cakes.

Cake and Culture with Baker Liz Howdy

December 17, 2021 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales introduces us to Navajo baker Liz Howdy. Find…

Read More
A small child holding a sign that says Divest with a x on it.

Students Call for UNM Fossil Fuels Divestment

November 5, 2021 –At the end of October, University of New Mexico students with UNM…

Read More
A mural that says "somos unidos"

Neighborhoods Struggle with ABQ Stadium Proposal

October 22, 2021 – Residents in two downtown Albuquerque neighborhoods share their thoughts on the…

Read More
National Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous Peoples Day

October 15, 2021 – NMiF crews were at Indigenous Peoples Day protests and celebrations and…

Read More
People wearing facemasks walk through a corridor of a farmers' market.

Farmers and Growers Emerge from Pandemic

June 11, 2021 – This week, our crew takes a trip to the Santa Fe Farmers Market to…

Read More
Low view of four people in facemasks talking to each over in a woodsy area.

There Must Be Other Names for the River

April 9, 2021 – A new exhibit at the University of New Mexico Art Museum…

Read More
A person stands in front of prepared ingredients in a kitchen.

Decolonizing Our Diets: Plant-Based Wellness & ItalityNM

November 27, 2020 – Native Americans have long been cultivators of the surrounding landscape for…

Read More
Two people stand with each other in a desert rocky area.

Land Management in New Mexico

October 2, 2020 – William Perry Pendley, deputy director for policy and programs at the…

Read More
A car drives down a road that has a "FOREST FIRE IN AREA" sign posted next to it, against a dark blue sky.

Medio Fire Threatens Watersheds

August 28, 2020 – In the mountains above Santa Fe, the Medio Fire has been…

Read More