Brady McGee discusses f2754, the traveling Mexican wolf captured near Angel Fire.
Laura Paskus checks in with State Sen. Peter Wirth, D-Santa Fe, about new legislature.
Tracking the snowpack in the West's river basins and forecasting the snowmelt.
We consider the lessons that drought, fire, and flood taught us in 2022.
New task force to investigate and prosecute environmental crimes.
The federal government talks about an area protecting Chaco from oil and gas development.
The almost ten year disagreement between NM and Texas over the waters of the Rio Grande.
Greg Mello discusses the challenges of being a nuclear ‘dove’ in the United States today.
Laura Paskus continues her series of discussions on the future of the Chaco landscape.
New Mexico rivers lack rights to their own waters and people are unwilling to share.
This week, Laura Paskus speaks with the Pueblo of Acoma’s Theresa Pasqual.
Sergio Torres, a high school science teacher, was recognized by the Society for Science.
Erica Gies talks with Laura Paskus about her new book, "Water Always Wins."
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, D, talks about the summer’s fires and more.
Worldwide, heat waves are increasing in severity and frequency.
The Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire destroyed hundreds of homes in northern New Mexico.
Rep. Melanie Stanbury talks about the three water bills she introduced in July.
Sen. Martin Heinrich talks climate change legislation, gun reform, Holtec, and politics.
Celebrate five years of “Our Land: New Mexico’s Environmental Past, Present and Future.”
Representative Angelica Rubio talks about Holtec's plans to bring nuclear waste to NM.
How will the Middle Rio Grande drying affect wildlife species and the ecosystem?
NM State Forester Laura McCarthy talks about this year's historic fire season conditions.
Gun sales are growing, especially with marketing about personal safety and home defense.
Jason Casuga talks about pumping operations in Corrales and efforts to mitigate drought.