Santa Fe, NM – June 8, 2017. Last week, a visitor to the Santa Fe National Forest was resting on a rock by the trail after hiking up Tesuque Peak Road from the Aspen Vista Picnic Site. His idyllic afternoon
Outings report – Pedernal
June 10 Trip leader Larry Hughes Eight hikers (nine if you include the spirit of Miss O’Keeffe) enjoyed a pleasant spring day on our hike to Cerro Pedernal. An occasional breeze helped to keep the warm afternoon sun at bay.
Outings report – Trampas Peak
June 10 Trip leader Aku Nine hikers hiked one of the more demanding routes in the Pecos, motivated by wonderful views of the Trampas Valley, to reach Trampas Peak in time for a relaxed lunch with 360º views of the
Santolina’s water use is a ticking time bomb
By Norm Gaume / Former Albuquerque Water Resources Manager Published in the Albuquerque Journal, Monday, June 5th, 2017 The Bernalillo County Planning Commission will soon decide whether it will ignore and jeopardize the region’s water supply as it considers the
Global Warming Express
A round of applause to our kid-lead climate change activists in Santa Fe, Global Warming Express.