Built on Hope
Justin Reiter has been outspoken about climate change, so we caught up with him to talk about how it’s affecting professional snowboarders.
Listening to Fire
Rene Romero has spent his career fighting forest fires. And now, as Fuels Manager for the Taos Pueblo, it’s his job to make sure that this i
Stacking the Deck
Farmers like Albin Smith are experts at dealing with weather, but supercharged storms are starting to stack the deck.
"Impossible" is the New Normal
In 2011, Krista Bonfantine was monitoring the Las Conchas forest fire. She texted a firefighter friend that it had burned 43,000 acres in it
When Crisis Strikes
I don’t know what Joe Kenmore’s job description is, but I imagine it’s something like “Make sure people don’t die.”
Winter offers the promise of reprieve as the fly population dies off. This year, Pure Luck only saw two frosts and that wasn’t enough.
The Severity of Everything
When we asked her if the flooding caused any damage, she quickly responded, “$7,000. And that was only half an acre.”