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October 2012 Archives

In the great arid southwest, it has been more arid than normal the last decade.  Shorter ski seasons; longer, drier summers; windier springs and higher water bills have all become the norm.

One of the things we love about living in Northern New Mexico, besides green chili and brilliant blue skies, is our ability to walk in our pine forests just a few short miles outside of town. 

But that may be changing according to a recent article published in the Nature Climate Change.  Drought may have a very profound impact on our forests.  It has happened before and it seems to be happening again.


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