The possibility that El Niño will develop over the summer months could bring good news for those suffering from drought in the Southwest, but it may also increase the incidence of rodent- and mosquito-borne diseases, researchers say.
Interior Secretary Jewell's visits to Southern New Mexico and California are positive signs that the President is listening to the American public, hearing demands that they want their special places protected.
Katie Valentine at Think Progress looks at the growing water crisis in the US Southwest, where New Mexico's Elephant Butte reservoir "currently holds just 3 percent of the water it held in the 1980s and 1990s"
With 90 percent of New Mexico currently in extreme or exceptional drought, the harshest categories in the U.S. Drought Monitor, farmers are forced to go to extremes for water, including paying up to $45,000 to drill a well "down as much as 91 meters (300
Inspired by both the beauty of the American West and the wares on sale in a tiny Parisian shop, Clôdie Francois turns discarded cardboard into colorful, playful pieces that look straight out of 'Alice in Wonderland.'
Remember that scene in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, where Indie is stuck in a completely fake town with no people, and that was the basis of the phrase, "to nuke the fridge", which was going to replace "to jump the shark"?
Faith, they say, can move mountains, but sometimes it takes hard work and dedication to help ensure that they don't go anywhere. In 1915, the town of Orogrande, New Mexico, was once a thriving gold rush community, home to several