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ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, January 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Santa Fe Gold Corporation (OTCBB: SFEG) today announced the signing of a definitive merger agreement with Tyhee
The Wildlife Conservation Society applauds the government of Santa Fe Province for taking steps to reduce the amount of lead ammunition used in hunting of waterfowl, the first such action of its kind in Argentina.
Natural Homes Group of Prudential Santa Fe Real Estate can provide a sustainable home or an entire Eco-Village in safe secure Santa Fe, the oldest city in the United States. Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) July 14, 2011 As we sadly watch the events in Japan, Joplin Missouri and the flood ravaged mid-west, we see that a home less exposed to weather extremes, fault lines and industrial facilities makes sense, and Santa Fe is such a place.
It's been a good burn: Three years after the more dangerous parts of the Santa Fe Watershed underwent a thinning of the masses of small trees clumped together like so much tinder, the Forest Service recently got the go-ahead from state and federal officialdom for a controlled burn in the canyon.
From The Santa Fe New Mexican: September 13, 1908: William Frazer, oldtime mining man in Taos County and principal owner of copper mines in the Frazer Mountains, reached the city last evening and registered at the Palace.
The New Mexican The often dry Santa Fe River will continue flowing for at least the next month, thanks to plentiful rains and the city's decision to release water from Santa Fe Canyon reservoirs.
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