Support Taos Land Trust with Goodsearch!
Want a fun, easy way to support the Taos Land Trust without even leaving your desk? By signing-up for Goodsearch and Goodshop, you can raise a... Read More
Rio Fernando River Restoration: Getting Down to the Details
The Rio Fernando is a life-source running through the heart of Taos. Starting at the top of La Jara Canyon and running through Cañon,... Read More
Beavers Will Be a Key Part of Our Rio Fernando Restoration Project
On Wednesday, restoration ecologist Steve Vrooman and watershed restoration guru Bill Zeedyk were out on the Rio Fernando property doing an initial... Read More
The Economics of Conservation – Land Trusts are Economic Drivers
In some ways, the impact of our work as a land trust is obvious. There is the stunning view of our valley... Read More
Rio Fernando Park Steering Committee Gets Down to Business
“What I love is that this is a unifying project as opposed to all the division going on nationally. It offers hope.“... Read More
John and Rebecca Hall Continuing a Legacy of Land Conservation Through Conservation Easements
One of the more foolish things a community can do is build on its farmland. This is especially true in arid regions... Read More
Audubon Christmas Bird Count, Keylines and Land Exploration – A Busy Week at Rio Fernando Park
Last week was hopping at the Rio Fernando Park property in Taos. After a few weeks helping our conservation heroes monitor their easements, we hosted... Read More
Your Community Land Trust – Producing Energy While Protecting the Land
Part of our work as a community land trust is to help reframe the energy debate and build community energy resiliency. Last... Read More
Join us on Sunday, December 17 for an Afternoon of Land Exploration!
We’ll be spending the day seed collecting, water testing, bird counting, scavenger hunting, storytelling, soil testing, identifying trees, and lots more! At... Read More
Want to Help Redesign Paseo del Pueblo Sur in Taos?
The Town of Taos and NM DOT are asking for community input! Paseo del Pueblo Sur from La Posta to Cid’s and... Read More