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The Future of the Forests

An aerial view of a river and mountains.

3.31.23 –This spring, the Sandia Mountains have received more precipitation than in recent years, but they are still warming and drying over time. The forests are also overly dense, thanks in part to more than a century of fire suppression. As Our Land’s Laura Paskus reports, conditions are prime for what could someday be a…

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Rio Grande Drying

A dried up Rio Grande.

7.29.2022 – The Line Opinion Panel explores possible solutions to a stark reality on the Rio Grande, where about 50 miles of the river are now dry in New Mexico. Host: Gene Grant Line Opinion Panelists:Tom Garrity, Garrity Group Public RelationsJulia Goldberg, senior correspondent, Santa Fe ReporterDave Mulryan, Mulryan-Nash Advertising For More Information: Dry Times…

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