Tulie Trails

Tularosa Residents and interested parties have been meeting since June in a newly founded group, “Tulie Trails Planning Committee.” This idea started with a visit from the VIVA Communities Initiative of UNM’s Prevention Research Center. Recently, Tulie Trails has drafted goals which are currently under review for formalization. The goals focus on both short-term and Read the full article…

Step Into Cuba

Take a walk! Residents of the Village of Cuba, New Mexico, are working together to promote physical activity by constructing and improving walking trails and places to be physically active trails in their community. Their volunteer efforts are part of Step Into Cuba, a community initiative using recommendations from the Community Preventive Services Task Force (Task Read the full article…

Edgewood

The Town of Edgewood continues its partnership with the National Parks Service, Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA) in creating our Trails and Open Space Master Plan and Conceptual Drawings. We are also applying for a NMDOT TAP Grant for design and construction of two trails to connect the center of town to residences Read the full article…

Silver City

    The Continental Divide Trail (CDT) Greenways group organizes walking and walkability efforts in the Silver City area. The group seeks to establish an interconnected greenway corridor and pathway system that promotes healthful, social, and economic opportunities for Silver City and Grant County residents and visitors. Ultimately, it hopes to make these area-wide connections to Read the full article…