The 2009 December edition of Green Fire Times includes the following articles: What Does the Mayan Calendar Have To Do With You?, LANL Contaminants Migrate Toward Water Sources, Environment NM “Too Much Pollution” Report Released, Bosque del Apache Festival of the Cranes, Financial Incentives for Energy Efficiency in NM, Governing the Energy Commons, 2009 Solar Tax Credits, New Mexico’s Energy Governance, Santa Fe’s Rainwater Catchment Permitting Process, Greens Gone Wild, Green Building and LEED Residential, Green for Real: Remodeling, Renovations, & Retrofits, As Free as the Sun: Pruning Day, Wintertime Catalog Shopping, Sostenga: The Economics of Sustainability, What’s Going ON!, Newsbites. — 32 Pages, 18,000 copies printed.
The 2009 November edition of Green Fire Times includes the following articles: Thinking Like a Watershed by Jack Loeffler, Sustainable Food and Seed Sovereignty Conference photos and update, GMO Health Risks by Jeffrey M. Smith, Waste Not – Want Not by Kenny Ausubel and Peter Warshall, A Global Day of Climate Action, Petroglyph National Monument by Ann Euston, The Sembrando Semillas Program by Pilar Trujillo, Green House Growing in the Winter by Susan Waterman, Sostenga: Gregory Cajete and Natural Laws of Interdependence by Camilla Bustamante, Home Food Processing Certification by Joan E. Price, The Fight Between the Spoon and the Feet by Warren Peary, Empowering Your Immune System by Karen Rae Ferreira, An Integrated Approach to Design by Doug McDowell, The Importance of Ceiling Insulation by Nan Fischer, Newsbites, What’s Going On, etc! — 32 pages, 18,000 copies.
The October issue includes articles on Finding the Sources of Sustainability, Sostenga: Preserving Food for Winter, Seed Saving and Storage, Sustainable Biofuels Project, Architecture for Sustainability, Dreaming New Mexico’s Green Grid, the New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce, and Only Diversity Adapts by Vandana Shiva as well as our Calendar and a wealth of information from our sponsors.
The September 2009 edition of Green Fire Times includes the following articles: Santa Fe 400: An Uncertain Founding (an article about the 400th. anniversary of the founding of Santa Fe); Dreaming NM: Micropowers, Microgrids, and Energy Parks; PNM Seeks to Maintain Control; An Inclusive Community; The Emerald Home; Green for Real; Slow Money Alliance, etc.
The August 2009 edition of Green Fire Times is now available throughout north central New Mexico as well as on the Internet. This issue features many articles concerning Wind Energy in New Mexico, in addition to Green Career Pathways, Energy for Education, Sostenga: An Experiment in Sustainability, Zero Emissions Hydrogen Power, Transition to a 4-Season Harvest, Green Building and Design, Wind Powered Santa Fe Home, etc!
New Mexico’s Emerging Biofuels Industry, SFCC Sustainable Technologies Center,Geothermal Dreaming, The Age of Renewables — Solar / Hydro-Biofuels,Green Remodeling 101,Green for Real, Sostenga: Community Conversations, Newsbites, Solar Newsbites, Something Puzzling, Feeding the Soil to Feed the Garden,Humates Demystified, What’s Going On! Events / Announce ments
American Recovery and Reinvestment Stimulates NM, New Mexico Sustainable Building Tax Credit, New Energy Economy: Global Warming Solutions, The Age of Renewables – Dreaming New Mexico, Affordable Solar Electricity Systems for NM, Newsbites, Sostenga, Buy Recyled Products, Ecotourism Assists Hispano Farmers, Celebrate Sustainable Santa Fe Festival, My Own Garde – Plant Selection, Beneficial Farms CSA Teaches the Community, State to Regulate Unlicensed Alternative Medical Practitioners, What’s Going On! Events & Announcements.
The Dreaming New Mexico Project, NM Energy Facts, NM Green Collaborative Forms, Green Jobs, Newsbites, Sostenga, The Importance of Seeds, Vegan Organic – Not Just for Vegans, My Own Garden – Four Season Harvest, The First Nine Steps to Greening Your Home, What’s in a Gene, Roundhouse Grapples with Healthcare Reform, Bills Signed into Law by Governor Richardson, What’s Going On? Dancing Awake the Fifth World.