Solutions and resources in the Land of Enchantment.
With winter on the horizon and a surplus of wood on hand, local organizations connect elderly Taos County residents with the firewood they need.
Through its Acequia Aquí series, the Paseo Project shares the legacy—and fragility—of the historic waterways that once brought life to Taos’ fields, gardens, and orchards.
When the Town of Taos stopped recycling plastic, a group of locals created an innovative solution: turning waste into walls. With a little help from the LOR Foundation, they’re poised to make a dent in the overflowing plastic.
Informed by the experiences of five Taos businesses, this handbook can help rural merchants launch online stores.
This northern New Mexico village’s new firewood processor will help build an economy around forest health and support essential community programs.
As communities across the rural Mountain West race the clock to ensure a complete census count, the LOR Foundation commits $100,000 in Instagrant™ funding to help them.
A revolving loan fund helps legacy families fix and rent their historic homes, adds affordable housing, creates jobs, and draws-in newcomers to the community.
Offering career training, small business support, and wrap-around services, HIVE garners national attention as it applies for federal funding and helps a rural economy go digital.
An art exhibition in Taos brought life and vibrancy back to main street during the worst of the pandemic—and the tradition will continue in a new space today.
Taos MainStreet pairs local businesses with web developers to launch or improve their e-commerce capabilities in response to COVID-19.
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