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A Mexican Wolf standing on a snowy hill.

Wild Wolf Captured Near Angel Fire

01.27.23 – Brady McGee, Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,…

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NM’s Legislative Environmental Priorities

01.19.23 – Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus speaks with State Sen. Peter Wirth, D-Santa…

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The Rio Grande river with a little bit of water flowing down it.

Tracking the Rio Grande’s Snowpack

01.13.23 – In conversation with Our Land’s Laura Paskus, Angus Goodbody, a hydrologist with Water…

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What We Gain When We Protect Special Places

12.23.22 – When discussing the protection of special places or landscapes, we talk a lot…

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Chaco Canyon right before sunset;

Protecting Chaco requires a commitment from ‘all levels’

12.23.22 – For more than a decade, a coalition of Indigenous and environmental groups, along…

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What We Learned About Water in 2022

12.23.2022 – Stacy Timmons, Associate Director of Hydrogeology Programs at the New Mexico Bureau of…

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A picket sign that says "One Earth."

Upending the West’s Water Narratives

12.23.2022 – Andrew Curley is a professor at the University of Arizona’s School of Geography,…

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Mora fire.

Climate Change Impacts Hit Home for NMPBS

12.23.2022 – This summer, the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire destroyed hundreds of homes in northern…

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NM is ‘Losing the War’ on Climate, Fire & Flood

12.23.2022 – Across the West, communities are unprepared for wildfires and their full impact. Collin…

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New Task Force Targets Environmental Crimes

12.09.22 – The New Mexico Environment Department and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have launched…

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Chaco Canyon.

Beyond the Park: Industrialization of the Greater Chaco Landscape

12.02.22 – A portion of the Greater Chaco Landscape is protected within Chaco Culture National…

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Celebrating Albuquerque’s Bosque

11.26.2022 – This holiday weekend, we show our appreciation for one of New Mexico’s greatest…

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De Haven Solimon Chaffins poses with Laura Paskus for a picture on set with her artwork displayed on a screen behind them.

Radon Daughter Art Exhibit Reflects New Mexico’s Uranium Legacy

11.25.2022 – De Haven Solimon Chaffins grew up living with her grandparents on the Laguna…

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Elephant Butte during sunset.

Uncertainty Remains Despite Proposed Settlement in Interstate Water Lawsuit

11.18.22 – Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus speaks with an attorney from the Elephant…

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Ukraine War Makes it Harder to be a Nuclear ‘Dove’

11.11.2022 – The nonprofit Los Alamos Study Group has been tracking projects and plans at…

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Chaco Landscape in the eastern Navajo nation.

‘Status Quo’ Reigns When it Comes to Chaco Protections

10.21.2022 – On the eastern Navajo Nation, oil and gas development has affected the land,…

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An overview of the dry Rio Grande.

Without Rights, NM’s Rivers Can Come Up Empty

10.14.22 –In New Mexico, rivers lack rights to their own waters, which mean that when…

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Chaco Canyon right before sunset;

Protecting Chaco Requires Commitment From ‘All Levels’

10.07.22 – For more than a decade, a coalition of indigenous and environmental groups, along…

Read More

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A Mexican Wolf standing on a snowy hill.

Wild Wolf Captured Near Angel Fire

01.27.23 – Brady McGee, Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,…

Read More

NM’s Legislative Environmental Priorities

01.19.23 – Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus speaks with State Sen. Peter Wirth, D-Santa…

Read More
The Rio Grande river with a little bit of water flowing down it.

Tracking the Rio Grande’s Snowpack

01.13.23 – In conversation with Our Land’s Laura Paskus, Angus Goodbody, a hydrologist with Water…

Read More

What We Gain When We Protect Special Places

12.23.22 – When discussing the protection of special places or landscapes, we talk a lot…

Read More
Chaco Canyon right before sunset;

Protecting Chaco requires a commitment from ‘all levels’

12.23.22 – For more than a decade, a coalition of Indigenous and environmental groups, along…

Read More

What We Learned About Water in 2022

12.23.2022 – Stacy Timmons, Associate Director of Hydrogeology Programs at the New Mexico Bureau of…

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

Upending the West’s Water Narratives

12.23.2022 – Andrew Curley is a professor at the University of Arizona’s School of Geography,…

Read More
Mora fire.

Climate Change Impacts Hit Home for NMPBS

12.23.2022 – This summer, the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire destroyed hundreds of homes in northern…

Read More

NM is ‘Losing the War’ on Climate, Fire & Flood

12.23.2022 – Across the West, communities are unprepared for wildfires and their full impact. Collin…

Read More

New Task Force Targets Environmental Crimes

12.09.22 – The New Mexico Environment Department and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have launched…

Read More
Chaco Canyon.

Beyond the Park: Industrialization of the Greater Chaco Landscape

12.02.22 – A portion of the Greater Chaco Landscape is protected within Chaco Culture National…

Read More

Celebrating Albuquerque’s Bosque

11.26.2022 – This holiday weekend, we show our appreciation for one of New Mexico’s greatest…

Read More
De Haven Solimon Chaffins poses with Laura Paskus for a picture on set with her artwork displayed on a screen behind them.

Radon Daughter Art Exhibit Reflects New Mexico’s Uranium Legacy

11.25.2022 – De Haven Solimon Chaffins grew up living with her grandparents on the Laguna…

Read More
Elephant Butte during sunset.

Uncertainty Remains Despite Proposed Settlement in Interstate Water Lawsuit

11.18.22 – Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus speaks with an attorney from the Elephant…

Read More

Ukraine War Makes it Harder to be a Nuclear ‘Dove’

11.11.2022 – The nonprofit Los Alamos Study Group has been tracking projects and plans at…

Read More
Chaco Landscape in the eastern Navajo nation.

‘Status Quo’ Reigns When it Comes to Chaco Protections

10.21.2022 – On the eastern Navajo Nation, oil and gas development has affected the land,…

Read More
An overview of the dry Rio Grande.

Without Rights, NM’s Rivers Can Come Up Empty

10.14.22 –In New Mexico, rivers lack rights to their own waters, which mean that when…

Read More
Chaco Canyon right before sunset;

Protecting Chaco Requires Commitment From ‘All Levels’

10.07.22 – For more than a decade, a coalition of indigenous and environmental groups, along…

Read More