RACC April/May News 2020

A Surge in the Darkness by Barbara Turner At night, through the thick walls of my house here by the El Rito Creek, I can hear the spring runoff beginning. The sound of the water surging over the rocky creek bottom inserts itself into my dreams and is both soothing and...

RACC Feb/March 2020 News

Jack Loeffler’s Local Aural History Comes To Abiquiu Remember RACC’s chapbook publication from a few years back entitled, Thinking Like the Rio Chama Watershed? The New Mexico author, Jack Loeffler was, on many levels, a real inspiration for this chapbook...

RACC Dec 2019 / Jan 2020 News

Our Efforts to Protect Our Waters On December 10th I was fortunate to be soaking at Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs on the one day each year that the Tibetan Monks hold their ceremony and blessing for the waters. It was a unique opportunity to drop out of the endless...

RACC Sept/Oct 2019 News

RACC Lends Support to Challenge of Energy Transition Act August 26, 2019For Immediate Release Case Filed in New Mexico Supreme Court Challenges Unconstitutional Provisions of the Energy Transition Act SANTA FE, N.M. — New Energy Economy (NEE), joined by other...