Reuters – New Mexico Rivers Rage, Fields Dry After Slow Federal Fire Aid.
Roybal Mack & Cordova is honored to be mentioned in the recent Reuters article, “New Mexico Rivers Rage, Fields Dry After Slow Federal Fire Aid.” As the article highlights, the Mora Valley community is facing a dire situation as the survival of their centuries-old irrigation system, known as acequias, is at stake due to the […]
The Federal Government Accidentally Burned Down Their Houses, Then Made It Hard to Come Home
by Patrick Lohmann, Source New Mexico ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. The wildfire had already burned 160 square miles of northern New Mexico forest last spring when it suddenly surged ahead, reducing to ash the cozy cabin […]
ABC News: A way of life is all but extinguished by New Mexico’s largest wildfire
A way of life is all but extinguished by New Mexico’s largest wildfire By Deon J. Hampton Nearly a year after the Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon fire destroyed adobe homes that had survived for centuries, and millions of acres of forestland that sustained many, families are still struggling to find their footing. MORA COUNTY, N.M. — Benito […]