Community Building

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For much of its winding travels through New Mexico the Rio Grande is a quiet river. But above the Elephant Butte Dam it becomes a massive lake, filled with just about every water sport imaginable. Boating, water-skiing, fishing, camping, canoeing and much much more is all #NewMexicoTrue

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Albuquerque is home to many great museums showcasing art and history. But some of those museums are less traditional and worth a visit just to experience their unusual subject matter. Several of the museums have non-traditional hours and/or seasonal closings. Please be sure to contact the museum directly to check before making your trip.

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Unusual Museums Information American International Rattlesnake Museum rattlesnakes.com Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum balloonmuseum.com The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History nuclearmuseum.org Telephone Museum of New Mexico 505-842-2937 Turquoise Museum turquoisemuseum.com Unser Racing Museum unserracingmuseum.com More Unusual Albuquerque Museums Holocaust & Intolerance

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An earthship is a house built with natural and recycled materials with energy conservation in mind. It is designed to produce water, electricity and food for its own use.

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From Native American artists who have sustained traditions dating back thousands of years to the artists known for their unique art forms both traditional and contemporary, New Mexico is widely known for its arts communities and the artists that choose to make their homes here.  

Visit traditional Native American communities and pueblos and interact directly with the artists who reside there, explore the enchanting landscapes that have drawn and inspired numerous artists like Georgia O’Keeffe, take in spectacular performances, and let your creativity and imagination run wild in our numerous art museums and attractions.

There are museums and arts centers in every corner of the state dedicated to the expansion and exploration of contemporary arts and

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Come ski and ride the winter sun on the incredible slopes in the Land of Enchantment! Our eight alpine and three Nordic ski areas dotted throughout the state will provide you with the ultimate in sporting options, stunning scenery, unbelievable food, out-of-this-world shopping, and a never-to-be-forgotten cultural experience. Skiing and snowboarding are not the only ways to enjoy New Mexico’s stunning outdoors in winter. Get out into the fresh mountain air under beautiful blue skies while snowshoeing, snowmobiling, viewing wildlife or simply strolling.

In late February, 2015, the largest storm in a decade blanketed New Mexico with more than 70 inches of snow. We were ready with our skis and boards. Here’s how it all went down. #NewMexicoTRUE

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GAAR is proud to recognize REALTOR® Holly Slade, one of five GAAR Good Neighbor award winners we're recognizing in 2019. 

Holly founded Feed NM Kids whose mission is to end childhood hunger in New Mexico. Holly's hard work has paid off and in two years, the non-profit has already distributed more than 34 tons of food to needy children in our state.

Good Neighbors are REALTORS® and Affiliates that dedicate themselves to volunteer service. They donate gifts, money, and – most importantly –  a lot of time to their charity.

We'd like to thank all of our winners and nominees for their work in the community. Please look for upcoming articles about the charitable work and the organizations they serve. 

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Good Neighbors are REALTORS® and Affiliates that dedicate themselves to volunteer service. They donate gifts, money, and – most importantly –  a lot of time to their charity.

GAAR is proud to recognize Affiliate Alan Feuer, one of five GAAR Good Neighbor award winners we'll recognize in 2019. Alan has volunteered his services to Beds4Kidz for the past four years. Beds4Kidz provides beds to low-income families. Alan provides regular training sessions to staff and volunteers to help them provide safe, clean beds for the families. Congratulations to Alan!

We'd like to thank all of our winners and nominees for their work in the community. Please look for upcoming articles about the charitable work and the non-profits they serve. 

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Good Neighbors are REALTORS® and Affiliates that dedicate themselves to volunteer service. They donate gifts, money, and – most importantly –  a lot of time to their charity.

Congratulations to Lamia Faruki, one of five GAAR Good Neighbor recipients we'll recognize in 2019. Lamia has volunteered for Creativity for Peace since 2009. Creativity for Peace empowers young Palestinian and Israeli women to become leaders in their communities by transforming anger and prejudice into mutual respect.

We'd like to thank all of our winners and nominees for their work in the community. Please look for upcoming articles about the charitable work and the non-profits they serve. 

2019 NAR Good Neighbor Award Deadline is Friday, May 10th

The National

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Sometimes trying to save will actually cost you more. Here’s when that happens.

You've got all the loyalty apps (free burrito after you buy 10!), you shopped around for the lowest rate on your mortgage, and you never go to the grocery store when you're hungry. You're frugal, and the rising amount in your savings account is a testament to that.

Since saving cash is never a bad thing, you've got nothing to worry about, right?

Unless, of course, you venture so far past frugality you enter the world of cheap. And cheap homeowners always end up paying more in the end when quick fixes and half-solved issues become big, pricey problems. 

Here are six things homeowners do when they're trying to be frugal, but instead they're really being cheap

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