tourism

Santa Fe’s Summer Markets a Go

Apr 29, 2021
International Folk Art Market

Santa Fe’s Summer Markets are a Go!

Santa Fe’s three biggest cultural markets announced they will be held in person this summer, bringing a much-needed influx of tourist dollars and inspiring hope that things might just be getting back to normal. KUNM’s Zélie Pollon has more.

Hotel slowdowns alone could cost states in the Mountain West more than $1.7 billion in tax revenue this year, according to an analysis commissioned by the American Hotel and Lodging Association.


Governor Talks Working With Mexico

Jan 17, 2018
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Gov. Susana Martinez delivered the State of the State address Tuesday, January 16, at the start of this year’s 30-day legislative session. The session is primarily focused on the budget, but it also marks the governor’s last year in office. She focused on six ways to grow the economy, including working in cooperation with Mexico.

Muscling Down On Mussels

Dec 22, 2015
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New Mexico Game and Fish officials are trying to stop two species of non-native mussels from spreading into local waters by revising the Aquatic Species Rules. The department has opened public comment for the proposed rule changes.

Is Tourism Exploitation?

Aug 11, 2015
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Many people believe travel is the geographic cure for what ails us in our daily routines. Physically relocating allows us distance enough from home, and our homelands, to put our lives in clearer perspective.