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Burned in Wood: Study Uses Tree Rings to Trace Taos-Area Fire History

The Taos News
August 30, 2016

Long Before Smokey Bear, there Were Friendlier Fires in NM

Albuquerque Journal
August 21, 2016

The Tales of Trees

KRZA Radio
August 19, 2016

Google and Santa Fe team up to reveal Outdoor Treasures

Santa Fe Hometown News
Conservation Lands
August 01, 2016

Rio Grande Water Fund Supports Forest Health Education

July 08, 2016

Water Faux Fight

Santa Fe Reporter
Conservation Lands
July 06, 2016

These Amazing Dogs are Sniffing Out Rare Finds for Conservation

Wide Open Spaces
Conservation Lands
July 01, 2016

Santa Fe Canyon is a Treasure (Letter to the Editor)

Santa Fe New Mexican
Conservation Lands
June 30, 2016

City, Nature Conservancy Make Peace over River Flows into East-side Preserve

Albuquerque Journal
Conservation Lands
June 29, 2016

Top 44 Hikes in the West

Conservation Lands
June 20, 2016

Watershed Health in New Mexico

Albuquerque Journal
Rivers & Lakes
June 05, 2016

Can cutting down trees protect New Mexico’s water?

High Country News
May 27, 2016

The Land of Summer

Santa Fe Reporter
Conservation Lands
May 24, 2016

Determining the Future of New Mexico’s Watersheds

Green Fire Times
Rivers & Lakes
April 03, 2016

Terry Sullivan: Safeguarding the Rio Grande Water Shed with Innovative Forest Management Practices

Louis Bacon Blog
April 01, 2016

Water is Life in the Desert

Desert Exposure
Rivers & Lakes
April 01, 2016

$1M Donation to Boost Restoration Efforts along Rio Grande

The Washington Times
Rivers & Lakes
February 17, 2016

Forest Thinning Project Gets Off to Good Start

Albuquerque Journal
December 20, 2015

Cost of Thinning Forest Lower Than Cost of Fighting Wildfires

KOAT Albuquerque
September 22, 2015

Navajo Lake Releases Dilute Wastewater

The Durango Herald
Rivers & Lakes
August 12, 2015

Watersheds Have Lessons for Children

Albuquerque Journal
June 30, 2015

More Fire Could Benefit the Forest

June 01, 2015

Conservationists Discuss Water, Tree Thinning

Albuquerque Journal
April 09, 2015

Group Unveils Statewide Water, Forest Plan

Albuquerque Journal
April 08, 2015

Forest Officials Plan Burns in Santa Fe Watershed, Los Alamos Area

Santa Fe New Mexican
February 13, 2015

Volunteers Give Popular Trail a Safer, More Elegant Start

Santa Fe New Mexican
January 08, 2015

New Effort Aims to Protect Watersheds

Albuquerque Journal
January 04, 2015

Student Joins International Prescribed Burn Training

October 27, 2014

The Innovative, Unlikely Idea That Could Save America’s Forests

Take Part
October 17, 2014

Santa Fe Community Foundation Honors Local Nonprofits with Annual Piñon Awards

Santa Fe New Mexican
October 08, 2014

Dog Sniffs out Threatened Salamander

September 03, 2014

Businesses Join Efforts to Thin Forests

Albuquerque Business Journal
July 18, 2014

We Can’t Afford to Trim Firefighting

Albuquerque Journal
May 31, 2013

A Game Plan for Climate Change

Science Daily
Climate Change
February 27, 2013

A Playa Rehabilitation Story

Playa Country Radio
September 05, 2012

Fire On The Mountain

Missoula Independent Free Thinking
June 14, 2012

New Mexico's Record-Setting Wildfires Deepen Trend of Devastating 'Megafires'

The Guardian
June 01, 2012

Wildfire Budget Cuts in Congress Put Communities in Danger, Experts Warn

The Guardian
June 01, 2012

My turn: Festival Brings Community Together

Portales News-Tribune
April 25, 2012

Picnic for the Planet April 21 – Get Connected with Your Food in a Fun Way

Green Fire Times
April 03, 2012

Reclaiming Land for Prairie Chickens

New Mexico Game and Fish Department
March 08, 2012

Op-Ed: Project Creates Jobs, Restores Forests

Albuquerque Journal
November 17, 2011

Still Wild and Free, New Mexico's Gila River is Again Under Threat

National Geographic Daily News, Online
Rivers & Lakes
September 27, 2011

To Protect Tap Water, Cities Sharing Costs of Slowing Wildfires

August 18, 2011

The World's Climate Has Already Changed. Now What?

Santa Fe Reporter
July 17, 2011

Raging wildfires: Climate changes to blame for record season?

The Christian Science Monitor
Climate Change
July 11, 2011

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