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a plan to make it more assessible.
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the landscape that inspire us.
farmlands that feed us and
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Join the Taos Land Trust as a Volunteer Land Monitor, Advisor or help in our Office!

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Help Protect Our Limited Land Resource

Our work depends on the support of individuals, foundations, and community organizations collaborating together for the benefit of a greater good. We invite you to become a supporter and help us continue to protect the open spaces that create northern New Mexico’s spectacular vistas, the productive agricultural and ranch lands that help sustain us, and the parks and trails that promote healthier minds and bodies by connecting us with nature. 

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Rio Fernando Park

Acequias, Tradition and People

The Taos Land Trust is beginning the process of revitalizing a 20-acres of wetland and agricultural land next to Fred Baca Park. This project will revitalize a section of the Rio Fernando River, bring an acequia back to life, and restore the once-productive agricultural lands of this property. Once finished, the site will provide our community and its visitors with downtown access to the river and green space through a network of trails. 

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Conservation Easement Landowners: John and Rebecca Hall Continuing a Legacy of Land Conservation

Conservation Easement Landowners: John and Rebecca Hall Conservation Easement Landowners: John and Rebecca Hall Continuing a Legacy of...
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Loretta Trujillo + Family – Martinez Conservation Easement

Loretta Trujillo + Family – Martinez Conservation Easement The Rio Hondo is a raucous little river born in...
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The Hummingbird Ranch Community

Hummingbird Community Member Michael Elliot According to Hummingbird Community member Michael Elliot, a biologist who recently visited the...
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Tony Benson – Wolf Springs Ranch

Tony Benson – Wolf Springs Ranch Wolf Springs Ranch rises over the mesa on La Otra Banda, the...
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Our Mission

Taos Land Trust is a thirty-year old non-profit that empowers people to protect the land and traditions they love through education, advocacy, and conservation. Read More

Our Vision

To Create, Preserve, Protect and Pass on a legacy of open, productive, and natural lands for future generations.

Our Accreditation

Taos Land Trust is an accredited member of the national Land Trust Alliance (LTA) in New Mexico and has formally adopted LTA Standards & Practices.

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