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Taos has always focused on maintaining a strong local economy given our remote beauty, our small size and distance from larger cities with mass transportation. Today as the world seeks to build local, living economies, Taos is well positioned. Taos has a strong commitment to remain small, beautiful, and sustainable.

The Taos community has specific issues for which it does and will advocate. These are: a higher Renewable Energy Portfolio, Healthy Kids, Healthy Economies, Local Food Procurement, Healthcare for Small Businesses, EcoTourism appropriations, tax credits for solar installations, and more!

Programs in Taos will focus on the following areas: Building Our Local Economy by focusing on Renewable Energy, EcoTourism, Food and Agriculture, and Green Building.

A special thank you to our Taos Chapter Sponsors: UNM Taos and Julie Tennant Designs

Chapter news

Press Release: New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce Thanks Mike Boots for his Support of New Mexico’s National Monuments

Published on January 14, 2015

For Immediate Release January 14, 2015 Contact: Erin Sanborn Partnership for Responsible Business 575-770-2991 or prbnewmexico@gmail.com   New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce Thanks Mike

Press Release: NM businesses to legislators-Protect our Public Lands from Transfers

Published on November 18, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NM businesses to legislators: Protect our Public Lands from Transfers National public lands belong to all Americans, businesses say ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. –
Green Fire Times: November 2013

Green Chamber Featured in November Green Fire Times

Published on November 4, 2013

  The November Issue of Green Fire Times Features the work of the New Mexico Green Chamber and our Membership! Click the link to read

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