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Explore! New Mexico

New Mexico attracts visitors from the world around who are attracted to its wide open spaces, crystal clear blue skies, fascinating history, rich culture and exciting events. There's something here for every visitor, whether you are interested in the history of our pueblos or rocketry. Artists like Georgia O'Keeffe found New Mexico irresistible, so why should you even try to resist its charms?

So if you're ready to explore New Mexico, we're ready to be your guides. Explore! New Mexico shares stories about the people, places, history and culture of the Land of Enchantment so that visitors and residents alike will know where to go and what to do. Come to our website frequently to get the latest information on New Mexico events, read stories about where we've gone, and see some of our podcasts, which are multi-media presentations you can also see on YouTube.

Hear Mile Markers on New Mexico
public radio stations

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While you travel New Mexico, be sure to tune to the local public radio station to catch our Mile Marker stories. These two-minute vignettes tell about the people, places, history and culture of the Land of Enchantment. If you missed them on the radio, you can still hear the previous week's stories on our Mile Markers page. We are proud to announce that with the recent addition of KUNM in Albuquerque and KGLP in Gallup to our network, you can hear Mile Markers all across New Mexico.

Connie Gotsch Arts Foundation

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Explore! New Mexico is a proud recipient of a grant in the first round awarded by the Connie Gotsch Arts Foundation. Their mission is to keep the arts alive in San Juan County, using funds donated by the late Connie Gotsch. Connie worked for years at KSJE public radio in Farmington and we were blessed to call her a friend and mentor. We appreciate the opportunity to support the arts in honor of Connie. We'll be using our New Mexico Mile Markers to tell the stories of San Juan County art, history, and culture.

Let's get started...Hot air balloons in Albuquerque

We spend our time exploring the state so that we can help people enjoy their travels. Start by exploring our website and nected by following us on our blog, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Not only do we want you to know about where we've been, but we'd love to hear about your adventures, too!

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ore! New MexicoTM, LLC.

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