The Gila National Forest covers over 3 million acres across southwest New Mexico, with elevation changes between 5,000 feet above sea level, to nearly 11,000 feet. At Western New Mexico University in Silver City, the Natural Sciences Department has collected over 13,000 plant specimens, and over 10,000 animal specimens in order to document the unique biodiversity within and around the Gila. This enables researchers to be able to track the effects of drought, pollution, and ultimately, climate change.
Judge: DA can’t prosecute ‘Rust’ case with new special prosecutor
6 Views SANTA FE, N.M. – There was another snag in the prosecution of the deadly “Rust” movie set shooting. It comes after the first