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Category - Heart of NM
When your family’s home and business have barely changed in a century, what happens when you see your livelihood dwindling even as you watch your grandkids growing up? The cowboy may be an icon of the American West, but his life is changing in the digital age. To find out how, writer and photographer Tim Keller heads to far northeastern New Mexico to visit with Darien Brown, a fourth-generation cattle rancher.
For 50 years, John L. Sinclair wrote fond, in-depth reports on various New Mexico locales for this magazine. In October 1965, he immersed himself in little-known, far-flung Rodeo—a place full of history, characters, and spirit that are all still discernible 45 years later.
What is the place of the wolf in the West? Conservationists and cattlemen have debated this question for decades. Now, as the federal government considers revoking its status as an endangered species, Ashley M. Biggers heads into the forests of southwestern New Mexico in search of the Mexican gray wolf and some common ground in the midst of this vast divide.
New Mexico has more than its fair share of the wacky and weird.