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Bird Watching and Community Science Workshops in January and February

The Taos Land Trust has partnered with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology to enhance bird conservation along the Rio Fernando corridor in Taos, New Mexico. Rio Fernando Wetlands Birding Resources Available Here Over the coming year, we will be collecting baseline birding data that will inform public bird habitat restoration demonstration sites with a...
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New Mexico Beaver Summit – Session Videos

Earlier this month, we attended the New Mexico Beaver Summit hosted by Wild Earth Guardians. We see the furry aquatic rodents as key allies in our work to build water resiliency in our community. WEG has made the session videos available to the public. We strongly encourage you to take...
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Water Monitoring Wells at Rio Fernando Park

by Kan Namba, student, Climate Change Corp/Leadership in Forestry Training, UNM-Taos Over the summer of 2020, Darin Abeyta and myself, interns with the Climate Change Corp/Leadership in Forestry Training (CCC-LIFT) program at UNM Taos, had the opportunity to perform a groundwater study at Rio Fernando Park. We dug monitoring wells...
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Eighty Taos Families Served by Taos Land Trust Garden Box Project

By Chyna Dixon, Working Lands Resiliency Coordinator This summer, Taos Land Trust, in collaboration with community partners, built and distributed 80+ planting-ready 4×8 garden boxes – complete with soil, irrigation equipment, hoop house coverings, and seed – to families in our community.  Among the many existing structural inequities that COVID-19...
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