Rio Grande

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  • Our Land: Climate Change and New Mexico’s Water Supply
    On this installment of Our Land, environmental correspondent Laura Paskus looks at how rising temperatures around the globe affect us here in New Mexico. She heads to the Rio Grande in Algodones to see how climate change is forcing irrigators to innovate.The interview is a companion piece to the broadcast of the national PBS series “Sinking Cities.”
  • Our Land: It’s not just one dry year: What the Rio Grande’s low flows tell us about the future
    You might be surprised to see how low the Rio Grande is through Albuquerque right now. The river has already dried for more than ten miles south of Socorro, and it’s running low in northern New Mexico as it runs through the Taos Gorge and alongside towns like Pilar. Learn more about New Mexico’s water future in this video.
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