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Together for Brothers

October 15, 2021 – New Mexicans love to get outside and hit the hiking or…

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Dry cracking brown dirt ground

NM Ag Secretary Discusses Drought and Adaptation

September 24, 2021 – It’s been another challenging year for New Mexico’s farmers and ranchers, who…

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A group of firefighters with headlamps coordinate with each other next to a forest fire.

Fighting More Than Fire

Facing bigger blazes, longer hours and low pay, wildland firefighters ask Congress and federal agencies…

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A scientist in outdoor clothing prepares a large telescope on grass.

Connecting with New Mexico’s Dark Skies

September 10, 2021 – Although humans have added satellites, space shuttles, and airplanes to the dark…

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An overhead shot of the Rio Grande dried up.

Drought, Extreme Weather, and NM’s Hotter Climate

August 13, 2021 – On this month’s episode of Our Land, correspondent Laura Paskus and…

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A black and white photo of a faucet gushing water into a sink.

Groundwater War: Reporters on the Challenges of Covering PFAS

New Mexico isn’t the only state trying to compel the U.S. military to clean up…

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A person chainsaws a tree body in the middle of a forest.

Community-Based Forest Management in Northern New Mexico

July 9, 2021 – This month on Our Land, Correspondent Laura Paskus visits the Carson…

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Two people in outdoor safety gear watch and discuss something off-frame.

Forests Under Siege

June 11, 2021 – This month marks the ten-year anniversary of the 2011 Las Conchas Fire, which burned 156,000…

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A pipette dips into a vial of algae.

The Return of Blue-Green Algae Blooms

May 14, 2021 – On this month’s episode of Our Land, we look back to…

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Overhead view of a dried up body of water, flanked by trees.

Look Up on Earth Day

April 23, 2021 – As the world celebrates Earth Day, environment correspondent Laura Paskus reflects…

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Elephant Butte during the day.

The Rio Grande’s Drier Future

April 9, 2021 – As the climate warms, arid regions like New Mexico will continue…

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Low view of branded cows, with their necks held in a gate.

Art Schaap’s Dairy Dilemma

March 12, 2021 – Our Land returns, as Laura Paskus travels to Clovis to speak…

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Aerial view of trees and snowy ground.

Reconciling with the past through place and story

February 12, 2021 – Snap open a map and read the place names listed across…

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A platform sits in a shady area of a rocky structure.

Cochiti Pueblo Opposes Bandelier Bill

January 8, 2021 – Public lands in New Mexico hold different meanings for different people,…

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A bottle pours out a stream of water in front of a yellow-orange sky.

New Mexico’s Military Legacy & PFAS Contamination

December 25, 2020 – One of the other top stories of 2020 for us here…

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A body of water at sunrise, with cranes basking in the pool.

Our Land: Albuquerque’s Bosque

December 11, 2020 – In this month’s episode of Our Land, correspondent Laura Paskus travels…

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NMiF: Our Land

Groundwater War: Fort Wingate

November 13, 2020 –  NMiF producer Matt Grubs talks with Our Land correspondent Laura Paskus…

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Aerial view of residential neighborhood, with trees scattered throughout.

Our Land: Urban Forest Update 

October 9, 2020 – This year’s hot, dry conditions highlight the need for New Mexicans…

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People walking on a trail

Together for Brothers

October 15, 2021 – New Mexicans love to get outside and hit the hiking or…

Read More
Dry cracking brown dirt ground

NM Ag Secretary Discusses Drought and Adaptation

September 24, 2021 – It’s been another challenging year for New Mexico’s farmers and ranchers, who…

Read More
A group of firefighters with headlamps coordinate with each other next to a forest fire.

Fighting More Than Fire

Facing bigger blazes, longer hours and low pay, wildland firefighters ask Congress and federal agencies…

Read More
A scientist in outdoor clothing prepares a large telescope on grass.

Connecting with New Mexico’s Dark Skies

September 10, 2021 – Although humans have added satellites, space shuttles, and airplanes to the dark…

Read More
An overhead shot of the Rio Grande dried up.

Drought, Extreme Weather, and NM’s Hotter Climate

August 13, 2021 – On this month’s episode of Our Land, correspondent Laura Paskus and…

Read More
A black and white photo of a faucet gushing water into a sink.

Groundwater War: Reporters on the Challenges of Covering PFAS

New Mexico isn’t the only state trying to compel the U.S. military to clean up…

Read More
A person chainsaws a tree body in the middle of a forest.

Community-Based Forest Management in Northern New Mexico

July 9, 2021 – This month on Our Land, Correspondent Laura Paskus visits the Carson…

Read More
Two people in outdoor safety gear watch and discuss something off-frame.

Forests Under Siege

June 11, 2021 – This month marks the ten-year anniversary of the 2011 Las Conchas Fire, which burned 156,000…

Read More
A pipette dips into a vial of algae.

The Return of Blue-Green Algae Blooms

May 14, 2021 – On this month’s episode of Our Land, we look back to…

Read More
Overhead view of a dried up body of water, flanked by trees.

Look Up on Earth Day

April 23, 2021 – As the world celebrates Earth Day, environment correspondent Laura Paskus reflects…

Read More
Elephant Butte during the day.

The Rio Grande’s Drier Future

April 9, 2021 – As the climate warms, arid regions like New Mexico will continue…

Read More
Low view of branded cows, with their necks held in a gate.

Art Schaap’s Dairy Dilemma

March 12, 2021 – Our Land returns, as Laura Paskus travels to Clovis to speak…

Read More
Aerial view of trees and snowy ground.

Reconciling with the past through place and story

February 12, 2021 – Snap open a map and read the place names listed across…

Read More
A platform sits in a shady area of a rocky structure.

Cochiti Pueblo Opposes Bandelier Bill

January 8, 2021 – Public lands in New Mexico hold different meanings for different people,…

Read More
A bottle pours out a stream of water in front of a yellow-orange sky.

New Mexico’s Military Legacy & PFAS Contamination

December 25, 2020 – One of the other top stories of 2020 for us here…

Read More
A body of water at sunrise, with cranes basking in the pool.

Our Land: Albuquerque’s Bosque

December 11, 2020 – In this month’s episode of Our Land, correspondent Laura Paskus travels…

Read More
NMiF: Our Land

Groundwater War: Fort Wingate

November 13, 2020 –  NMiF producer Matt Grubs talks with Our Land correspondent Laura Paskus…

Read More
Aerial view of residential neighborhood, with trees scattered throughout.

Our Land: Urban Forest Update 

October 9, 2020 – This year’s hot, dry conditions highlight the need for New Mexicans…

Read More