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Any Locals Near Taos New Mexico area

 
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Location: Dixon, New Mexico Zone 6a
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I am looking for people in this climate to trade notes with.

cheers
Jeremy
 
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Jeremy, I added your post to the southwest forum in hopes that you will get a response.
 
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Hello Jeremy,

I don't know if you are still looking for some Permies in your area. I am familiar with the people in the greater Albuquerque area if your interested. I believe I also had a post listing them:

https://permies.com/t/31504/desert/SW-United-States

The 5th post down the page. I believe Paul Gutches is in your area.
 
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I am near Ilfeld, NM (south end of the Sangre's) adjacent to the Pecos River. So we aren't close neighbors, but close enough to have similar conditions...

The last few years for us have been about house building. I am just starting to build earthworks and plant the property. I am also interested in sharing notes, seeds, etc.

Alan
 
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Nice Alan

Here are some good hardy canopy species to get a wind break going and start your micro climate
species

Allot of these can be bought from the state of New Mexico Forestry conservation seedling program
https://wwwapps.emnrd.state.nm.us/fd/treepublic/OrderOnline.aspx

Desert Willow
Hackberry
Sea Buckthorn
Russian Hawthorn
italian alder
thinleaf alder
Rockey Mountain Juniper
Single Seed Juniper
Pinon pinus edulis
New Mexico Elderberry
netleaf hackberry
lacebark elm
Hoptree
Green Ash
Bur Oak
siberian crab apple
prarie crab apple
white mulberry
red mulberry
black birch

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Jeremy
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