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Angel Fire News
Most building activity in Angel Fire, New Mexico prior to the 90s was for vacation homes. The increasing number of families moving to the area with children are presenting new challenges for our community. Elementary and Middle School children attend Eagle Nest Elementary/Middle School which involves an average 30 minute bus ride. Children in high […]
Log homes may be site-built or pre-cut in a factory for delivery to the site. Some log home manufacturers can also customize their designs.
As a part time resident and avid pedestrian of Angel Fire I feel it is my responsibility to alert the bureaucracy, residents, and businesspeople of Angel Fire about the challenges and problems that face this truly special community of ours.
The summer of 2007 will mark the 24th Season of Music from Angel Fire, the Festival that brings exquisite, world-class chamber music to the magnificent Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico beginning Friday, August 17 and continuing through Monday, September 3. Residents and visitors alike have been dazzled season after season by the […]
Your home's windows, walls, and floors can be designed to collect, store, and distribute solar energy in the form of heat in the winter and reject solar heat in the summer. This is called passive solar design or climatic design. Unlike active solar heating systems, passive solar design doesn't involve the use of mechanical and […]
Plague is a health risk for individuals involved in prairie dog contact. Although a few cases of human plague occur in the western United States each year, there have not been any recent cases of humans contracting plague in New Mexico.
The area provides great outdoor family activities such as hiking, biking, fishing, golf, and tennis during our mild summer days. Summer's average daytime highs are in the mid-70s to lows in the 40s with low humidity. Fall is golden, brisk, and dry offering some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere.
A Zero Energy Angel Fire Home (ZEH) combines state-of-the-art, energy-efficient construction and appliances with commercially available renewable energy systems, such as solar water heating and solar electricity. The combination results in a home that produces its own energy—as much or more than it needs. Even though the home might be connected to a utility grid, […]
Originally, prairie dogs thrived only in places overgrazed by native animals. Populations expanded as European settlers arrived. As buffalo numbers dwindled due to overhunting and before the range was stocked with domestic livestock, prairie dog populations started to decline. Over the years, rangelands were fenced, ponds constructed, and large areas plowed. Remaining rangelands were overgrazed, […]