Mt. Taylor and the Roca Honda Mine

A Nasty Record of Devastation By Journal Staff on Sun, Jul 7, 2013 Don’t let Strathmore Minerals Mine Uranium in N.M. By Candace Head-Dylla In a June 22 op-ed column published in the Journal, John DeJoia of Strathmore Minerals refers … Continue reading

Living with the Homestake Uranium Tailings Pile

The Homestake-Barrick Gold 90-foot tailing pile looms over some 75 households. It is composed of two unlined piles holding about 22 million tons of processed uranium ore and covers 255 acres. These households are stuck with homes they can’t sell … Continue reading

Nuclear Free Zone Declaration for NW New Mexico/Grants Uranium Belt

NUCLEAR FREE ZONE DECLARATION for the Northwest New Mexico/Grants Uranium Belt Uranium mining and milling activities in the Grants Uranium Belt of New Mexico form a critical link in the nuclear fuel chain that supplies nuclear power plants and nuclear … Continue reading

Complications–1938 Rio Grande Compact

The article “Compact Complications: Water Wars between Texas and New Mexico Are Nothing New–But the Times Are Changing” by Laura Paukus addresses drought, depleted groundwater levels and burgeoning populations affecting the already inter-state allocation of water from the Rio Grande, … Continue reading

Buckman Direct Diversion Project

A new map and an article,released by the Buckman Direct Diversion (BDD) Project, show how the San Juan and Chama Rivers are being diverted to meet the water consumption of Northwestern New Mexico. This diversion will provide more than half of the … Continue reading