Tag Archives: Taos

Reflections on the 2018 growing season in Taos, New Mexico. Part 1.

It is becoming an annual tradition to reflect on the growing season in this blog. Writing this helps me close and reflect upon the season and prepare for the next one. I also hope that the documentation of this information … Continue reading

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Permaculture workshop planned to create a school garden 5/6/2017

A Taos non-profit organization Agriculture Implementation Research & Education (AIRE) is coordinating a workshop in the basics of Permaculture and arid-lands agriculture. The workshop is a collaboration between AIRE, the National Immigrant Farming Initiative (NIFI), the Los Jardineros Garden Club, … Continue reading

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Poppies and roses in full bloom at Sol Feliz Farm

The poppies and yellow roses have always bloomed together here at Sol Feliz Farm.  We like to look at the timing of flowering (phenology) and see if it might indicate anything about the growing season or if we see any … Continue reading

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First presentation of the growing season

An exciting part of the summer is hosting groups from all over to learn about what we do and how we look at the history, status, and future of our place on Earth from a northern New Mexico perspective.   Today … Continue reading

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Rio Don Fernando starts flowing

We noticed water in the river this past weekend.  There was some water in the river a couple of times in the last month or two but it wasn’t river flow, per se, but just some local snowmelt.  Now the … Continue reading

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