Posts from December 2022.

The fires and floods in New Mexico made national news. The immediate effects of the devastation – the destruction of homes, the damage to forests and roadways, etc., have been covered by news outlets nationwide. However, the impact of these fires is long term, and many communities affected by the fires will continue to be impacted for the foreseeable future.  In Northern New Mexico, one of the most unique – and serious – impacts has been the destruction of the acequias.

An acequia is a community-owned watercourse used for irrigation. In New Mexico, there are more than 800 of them and ...

This hard earth can have a very hard time absorbing even moderate rain water, and in hilly areas such as the San Gabriel Foothills, flooding can occur. It might be odd to think of floods as the final steps in a fire, but for the award-winning fire litigation attorneys at Singleton Schreiber, they understand the damage of any wildfire can take months, even up to a year to fully assess.

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