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Mission

Our mission is to protect and restore the environment and to foster a healthy and prosperous New Mexico for present and future generations. We implement our mission guided by four tenets:

Science

Using the best available science to inform our decision-making in protecting public health and the environment.

Innovation

Employing creative engineering and technological solutions to address environmental challenges.

Collaboration

Engaging communities and interested stakeholders in environmental decision-making outcomes.

Compliance

Ensuring meaningful compliance with state regulations and permits; leveling the playing field through enforcement.

Non-Employee Discrimination Complaints

NMED does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age or sex in the administration of its programs or activities. To learn more or to file a complaint, visit our Equity webpage.

Quejas por Discriminación de No-Empleados

El Departamento de Medio Ambiente de Nuevo México (NMED, por su sigla en inglés) no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, discapacidad, edad o sexo en la administración de sus programas o actividades. Para obtener más información o para presentar una queja visite Equity webpage.

Happening Now

30 Sep

30-day Public Comment Period: Fisher Sand and Gravel - NM Inc-600 TPH Crusher Plant Air Quality Construction Permit Application 9699

The 30-day comment period is open for this permit application. Visit the NMED website www.env.nm.gov and look for the Public Participation menu in the top right. Click Public Notices and look under Torrance County to see documents related to this permitting application. Click Public Comment Portal on the Public Participation menu to submit comments or use the link below.
30 Sep

30-day Public Comment Period: Harvest Four Corners LLC-Trunk N Compressor Station Air Quality Operating Permit Application P198R4

The 30-day comment period is open for this permit application. Visit the NMED website www.env.nm.gov and look for the Public Participation menu in the top right. Click Public Notices and look under San Juan County to see documents related to this permitting application. Click Public Comment Portal on the Public Participation menu to submit comments or use the link below.
30 Sep

30-day Public Comment Period: XTO Energy Inc-XTO - Wildcat Compressor Station Air Quality Operating Permit Application P290

The 30-day comment period is open for this permit application. Visit the NMED website www.env.nm.gov and look for the Public Participation menu in the top right. Click Public Notices and look under Eddy County to see documents related to this permitting application. Click Public Comment Portal on the Public Participation menu to submit comments or use the link below.
30 Sep

30-day Public Comment Period: ConocoPhillips Company-Zia Hills Central Facility Air Quality Construction Permit Application 7746M9

The 30-day comment period is open for this permit application. Visit the NMED website www.env.nm.gov and look for the Public Participation menu in the top right. Click Public Notices and look under Lea County to see documents related to this permitting application. Click Public Comment Portal on the Public Participation menu to submit comments or use the link below.
30 Sep

30-day Public Comment Period: Mountain States Constructors Inc.-MSCI HMA No3 Air Quality Construction Permit Application 9720

The 30-day comment period is open for this permit application. Visit the NMED website www.env.nm.gov and look for the Public Participation menu in the top right. Click Public Notices and look under Torrance County to see documents related to this permitting application. Click Public Comment Portal on the Public Participation menu to submit comments or use the link below.
30 Sep

San Geronimo Feast Day: Taos Pueblo

Taos Pueblo, San Geronimo Annual Feast Day.
01 Oct

Periodo de comentarios públicos abierto: Permisos de Descarga en aguas subterráneas propuestos para aprobación: DP-1093 DP-1673 DP-1851 DP-1094 y DP-1144

La Oficina de Calidad de Aguas Subterráneas (GWQB, por sus siglas en inglés) del Departamento de Medio Ambiente de Nuevo México (NMED, por sus siglas en inglés) notifica por este medio que se han propuesto los siguientes Permisos de Descarga de Agua Subterránea para su aprobación. NMED permitirá 30 días después de la fecha de publicación de este aviso (o según lo dispuesto en el aviso público vinculado aquí) para la presentación de comentarios por escrito y/o una solicitud de audiencia pública para una acción de permiso. Puede añadir el periodo de comentarios a su calendario a través de nuestro Calendario de Eventos situado en https://www.env.nm.gov/events-calendar/. Ahora puede enviar sus comentarios en línea utilizando el Portal de comentarios públicos ubicado en https://nmed.commentinput.com/. Las solicitudes de audiencia pública deberán presentarse por escrito y expondrán los motivos por los cuales debe celebrarse una audiencia. Se llevará a cabo una audiencia si NMED determina que existe un interés público considerable. Después de que el registro administrativo para la acción de permiso esté completo y toda la información requerida esté disponible, NMED aprobará, aprobará con condiciones o denegará el Permiso basado en el registro administrativo.

Haga clic en este enlace para ver el aviso público

NMED mantiene un Plan de Participación Pública (PIP, por sus siglas en inglés) para cada acción de permiso para planificar la facilitación de oportunidades de participación del público e información que pueda ser necesaria para que la comunidad participe en el proceso de permisos. Los PIP se pueden ver en línea en https://www.env.nm.gov/public-notices/, en la oficina local de NMED más cercana a la actividad de permiso propuesta, o comunicándose con el contacto de permisos de NMED identificado en el aviso público vinculado aquí. NMED también mantiene listas de correo específicas de las instalaciones para las personas que desean recibir avisos asociados para una acción de permiso.

Para obtener más información sobre un Permiso de Descarga y el proceso de permisos, para ser incluido en la lista de correo específica de una instalación, o para obtener una copia de un borrador de permiso o PIP, comuníquese con la persona que sirve como Contacto de Permisos de NMED en el número o la dirección facilitados en el aviso público vinculado aquí. Los borradores de permisos se pueden ver en línea en https://www.env.nm.gov/public-notices/ bajo la pestaña correspondiente al condado de la instalación. Los comentarios o las solicitudes de audiencia sobre un borrador de permiso deben dirigirse a GWQB, PO Box 5469, Santa Fe, NM 87502-5469, o enviarse por correo electrónico al contacto de permisos de NMED.

Si usted no habla inglés, no habla bien inglés, o si tiene una discapacidad, puede comunicarse con el contacto de permisos de NMED para solicitar asistencia, un intérprete o un dispositivo auxiliar con el fin de aprender más sobre un Permiso de Descarga o el proceso de permisos, o para participar en actividades asociadas con el proceso de permisos. En la medida de lo posible, el NMED organizará los servicios de interpretación y las adaptaciones o servicios para personas con discapacidades que hayan sido solicitados. Hay disponible asistencia para conversaciones telefónicas a través de Relay New Mexico de forma gratuita para las personas sordas, con problemas de audición o con dificultades para hablar por teléfono llamando al 1-800-659-1779; español: 1-800-327-1857; los usuarios de TTY: 1-800-659-8331. Asistencia telefónica de interpretación para personas que no hablan inglés o no hablan bien el inglés está disponible de forma gratuita llamando a NMED.

NMED no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, discapacidad, edad o sexo en la administración de sus programas o actividades, según lo exigido por las leyes y los reglamentos correspondientes. NMED es responsable de la coordinación de los esfuerzos de cumplimiento y la recepción de consultas relativas a los requisitos de no discriminación implementados por 40 C.F.R. Partes 5 y 7, incluido el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, según enmendada; Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973; la Ley de Discriminación por Edad de 1975, Título IX de las Enmiendas de Educación de 1972 y la Sección 13 de las Enmiendas a la Ley Federal de Control de Contaminación del Agua de 1972. Si usted tiene preguntas sobre este aviso o sobre cualquier programa, política o procedimiento de no discriminación de NMED, usted puede comunicarse con la Coordinadora de No Discriminación: Kathryn Becker, Non-Discrimination Coordinator, New Mexico Environment Department, 1190 St. Francis Dr., Suite N4050, P.O. Box 5469, Santa Fe, NM 87502, (505) 827-2855, nd.coordinator@state.nm.us. Si usted piensa que ha sido discriminado/a con respecto a un programa o actividad de NMED, usted puede comunicarse con la Coordinadora de No Discriminación antes indicada o visitar nuestro sitio web en https://www.env.nm.gov/general/environmental-justice-in-new-mexico/ para aprender cómo y dónde presentar una queja de discriminación.
01 Oct

Public comment period open: Groundwater Discharge Permits Proposed for Approval: DP-1093 DP-1673 DP-1851 DP-1094 and DP-1144

The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Ground Water Quality Bureau (GWQB) hereby provides notice that the following Groundwater Discharge Permits have been proposed for approval. NMED will allow 30 days after the date of publication of this notice (or as otherwise provided in the public notice linked here) for submittal of written comments and/or a request for a public hearing for a permitting action. You can add the comment period to your calendar through our Events Calendar located at https://www.env.nm.gov/events-calendar/. You can now submit your comments online using the Public Comment Portal located at https://nmed.commentinput.com/. Requests for public hearing shall be in writing and shall set forth the reasons why a hearing should be held. A hearing will be held if NMED determines that there is substantial public interest. After the administrative record for a permitting action is complete and all required information is available, NMED will approve, approve with conditions, or disapprove the Permit based on the administrative record.

Please click this link to view the Public Notice

NMED maintains a Public Involvement Plan (PIP) for each permitting action to plan for providing public participation opportunities and information that may be needed for the community to participate in a permitting process. PIPs may be viewed on-line at https://www.env.nm.gov/public-notices/, at the NMED field office nearest to the proposed permitted activity, or by contacting the NMED Permit Contact identified in the public notice linked here. NMED also maintains facility-specific mailing lists for persons wishing to receive associated notices for a permitting action.

To learn more about a Discharge Permit and the permitting process, to be placed on a facility-specific mailing list, or to obtain a copy of a draft permit or PIP, please contact the NMED Permit Contact at the telephone number or address provided in the public notice linked here. Draft permits may be viewed on-line at https://www.env.nm.gov/public-notices/ under the tab for the facility’s county. Comments or a request for hearing regarding a draft permit should be addressed to the GWQB, PO Box 5469, Santa Fe, NM 87502-5469, or emailed to the NMED Permit Contact.

If you are a non-English speaker, do not speak English well, or if you have a disability, you may contact the NMED Permit Contact to request assistance, an interpreter, or an auxiliary aid in order to learn more about a Discharge Permit or the permitting process, or to participate in activities associated with the permitting process.  To the extent possible, NMED will arrange for requested interpretation services and accommodations or services for persons with disabilities. Telephone conversation assistance is available through Relay New Mexico at no charge for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have difficulty speaking on the phone, by calling 1-800-659-1779; Spanish: 1-800-327-1857; TTY users: 1-800-659-8331. Telephone interpretation assistance for persons that are a non-English speaker or do not speak English well is available at no charge when calling NMED.

NMED does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age or sex in the administration of its programs or activities, as required by applicable laws and regulations. NMED is responsible for coordination of compliance efforts and receipt of inquiries concerning non-discrimination requirements implemented by 40 C.F.R. Parts 5 and 7, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and Section 13 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972. If you have any questions about this notice or any of NMED’s non- discrimination programs, policies or procedures, you may contact: Kathryn Becker, Non-Discrimination Coordinator, New Mexico Environment Department, 1190 St. Francis Dr., Suite N4050, P.O. Box 5469, Santa Fe, NM 87502, (505) 827-2855, nd.coordinator@state.nm.us. If you believe that you have been discriminated against with respect to a NMED program or activity, you may contact the Non-Discrimination Coordinator identified above or visit our website at https://www.env.nm.gov/general/environmental-justice-in-new-mexico/ to learn how and where to file a complaint of discrimination.
01 Oct

Reminder: Petroleum Storage Tank Bureau accepts A/B Operator Training submittals starting today

The Petroleum Storage Tank Bureau will accept applications during the month of October for approval of A/B Operator Training classes for operators of petroleum storage tanks.

Applications will only be accepted during the months of January and October as stated in NMAC 20.5.104.408.E

See Operator Training information here: 

www.env.nm.gov…

01 Oct

Reminder: Send tank system testing results to Petroleum Storage Tank Bureau

Owners, operators, and testers of petroleum storage tank systems, please email all required tank system test results to: PSTB.compliance@state.nm.us with a copy to the facility inspector, if known, to allow for receipt and tracking of these reports. Report a suspected or confirmed leak or spill from a petroleum storage tank within 24 hours here (this includes failed or inconclusive test results). Send passing test results within 60 days of when they're done.

Please name the documents you send as follows:

[Facility ID#] [Owner ID#] [Facility name] [Type of Test] [Date of Test]

For example: 30211 53489 Jack’s Quick Mart ATG Test 2021-06-25

The facility ID# and Owner ID# are on the registration certificates you receive after you pay your tank fees every year or may be found in the storage tank lists available near the bottom of the main PSTB (Petroleum Storage Tank Bureau)  webpage, https://www.env.nm.gov/petroleum_storage_tank/.

Information that must be included in reports:

  1. facility name and address;
    (2) facility ID number;
    (3) owner and operator name and address;
    (4) owner ID number;
    (5) date report was completed;
    (6) date of the test;
    AND MORE. See 20.5.107.715.D NMAC and others referred to below.

PLEASE ALSO INCLUDE TANK ID #

New Mexico's Petroleum Storage Tank Regulations are at 20.5 NMAC. You can look up different parts at https://www.srca.nm.gov/chapter-5-petroleum-storage-tanks/ or download the whole book here.

If you are unable to email required test results to PSTB.compliance@state.nm.us, mail them to: Testing Results, PSTB, 2905 Rodeo Park Drive East, Building 1, Santa Fe, NM 87505.The Petroleum Storage Tank Regulations (20.5 NMAC) that were adopted by the Environmental Improvement Board on May 25, 2018 and effective July 24, 2018 require that most test result reports be sent to the Petroleum Storage Tank Bureau:

  • Storage tank system owners and operators must provide the department all reports as required in 20.5.107 NMAC within 60 days of completion of the tests (20.5.107.715.B NMAC). Owners and operators must report any failed tests or inspections to the department within 24 hours of completion of the test or inspection in accordance with 20.5.118 NMAC (20.5.107.715.C NMAC). 20.5.107.715.D NMAC lists what must be included in the reports. Similar requirements are outlined in 20.5.108.816 NMAC, 20.5.110.1016 NMAC, and 20.5.111.1112 NMAC.
  • Failing or abnormal results of ANY test or monitoring result, including investigation of an alarm, are signs of a suspected release, and owners, installers, junior installers, and testers must report these within 24 hours both by sending them to PSTB.Compliance@state.nm.us with a cc to the PSTB inspector AND by contacting the Leak of the Week listed here: https://cloud.env.nm.gov/waste/pages/download.php?direct=1&ref=13965&size=&ext=pdf or by calling (505) 827-9329 outside of state business hours if it's an emergency. Owners and operators must also investigate these suspected releases within seven (7) days of discovery and conduct appropriate testing, site check, etc. (20.5.118.1801 NMAC).
  • Unless an owner or operator shows within 30 days that a release that was reported as a suspected release is not a release, it will be treated as a confirmed release, and you must comply with 20.5.118 NMAC and 20.5.119 or 120 NMAC, including taking corrective action, for confirmed releases.

Other requirements pertaining to testing of tanks include:

  • A qualified tester must perform the first test or inspection of existing spill and overfill prevention equipment and interstitial monitoring containment sumps by July 24, 2021. (5.105 NMAC; 20.5.106.613 NMAC, 20.5.107.704, 707, & 714 NMAC, 20.5.108.811 & 813 NMAC, 20.5.109.910 NMAC, 20.5.110.1005 & 1015 NMAC).
  • If you have a UST and/or piping that uses ATG (automatic tank gauging)(only allowed on USTs and/or piping installed before April 4, 2008), a qualified tester must test it at least annually by July 24, 2021 . (20.5.105 NMAC; 20.5.108.805 NMAC, 20.5.108.815 & 816 NMAC).

Helpful brochures to explain many requirements of the regulations are available at: https://www.env.nm.gov/petroleum_storage_tank/guidance-documents-ast-and-ust/

Find your tank inspector here: https://cloud.env.nm.gov/waste/pages/view.php?ref=10632&k=fa934e9692.
01 Oct

Reminder: Water Conservation Fund Annual Contaminant List

5pm MDT

Description: Pursuant to the Environmental Improvement Act Section 74-1-13(G), annually NMED compiles a list of contaminants required to be tested by public water systems over the next twelve months for which the sampling costs will be covered by the Water Conservation Fund. When developing this list of contaminants, NMED shall also consider the availability of funds in the Water Conservation Fund, the needs of public water supplies being tested for additional contaminants and public health and safety. The list for calendar year 2022 is available at the website link provided.

Keywords: “Annual Contaminant List” ;“Water Conservation Fund”; "WCF"; "Drinking Water"

03 Oct

Public comment period closes: 401 Certification of the USBOR Navajo-Gallup San Juan Lateral Pilot Study NPDES NM0031229 / Se cierra el periodo de comentario publico para USBOR estudio de planta piloto de lateral de San Juan NPDES NM0031229

The NMED Surface Water Quality Bureau closes the comment period for Clean Water Act 401 Certification of the draft National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project, San Juan Lateral Pilot Plant Study, NPDES permit number NM0031229.U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project, San Juan Lateral Pilot Plant Study, NPDES permit number NM0031229.

This is a notification that EPA’s public notice and associated federal comment period have been opened for the draft National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project, San Juan Lateral Pilot Plant Study, NPDES permit number NM0031229.

Additionally, NMED has opened the simultaneous comment period for the Clean Water Act Section 401 Certification of the draft NPDES permit.

When EPA Region 6 drafts a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for a discharge into one of New Mexico’s surface waters, NMED has an opportunity to assure that the discharge will not negatively affect the receiving waterbodies. This is documented through the 401 Certification and is required in accordance with state regulations at 20.6.2.2001 NMAC. NMED can make the draft permit more stringent if based on state law or can make comments to EPA for consideration in the final permit. NMED also has the authority to deny certification if the permitting circumstances will not guarantee that the discharge will meet water quality standards. 

The draft permit, draft fact sheet/statement of basis, and other associated information can be found at the EPA public notice website and the NMED public notice website .

For this facility, if you have comments that you would like NMED to consider as the Clean Water Act Section 401 Certification is drafted, please submit them using the NMED Public Comment Portal or send them to:
Susan A. Lucas Kamat, Program Manager
NMED SWQB Point Source Regulation Section
PO Box 5469
Santa Fe, NM 87502
telephone 505-946-8924
email psrs.program.manager@state.nm.us
Tutorial videos on how to use the Public Comment Portal are available in both English and Spanish.

NMED SWQB will accept written comments until the end of the business day (5pm MST) on Monday, October 3, 2022.

Persons who need language services (e.g., assistance for an interpreter) or persons with disabilities who need services to participate in this public process should contact:
Susan A. Lucas Kamat
PO Box 5469
Santa Fe, NM 87502
telephone (505) 946-8924
email susan.lucaskamat@state.nm.us

TDD or TTY users please access the number via the New Mexico Relay Network, 1-800-659-1779 (voice); TTY users: 1-800-659-8331.
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Anuncio del aviso público sobre el Certificación de la Sección 401 de la Ley de Aguas Limpias

Esta es una notificación de que el aviso público de la EPA y el período federal asociado de comentarios han cerrado para el borrador de la Oficina de Recuperación de los Estados Unidos, Proyecto de Abastecimiento  de Agua Navajo-Gallup, Estudio de Planta Piloto Lateral de San Juan, número de permiso NPDES NM0031229.

Además, NMED ha abierto el período simultáneo de comentarios para la Certificación de la Sección 401 de la Ley de Agua Limpia del borrador del permiso NPDES mencionado anteriormente.

Cuando la Región 6 de la EPA redacta un permiso del Sistema Nacional de Eliminación de Descargas de Contaminantes (NPDES, por sus siglas en inglés) para una descarga en aguas superficiales de Nuevo México, se requiere que NMED concuerde con que la descarga no afectará negativamente a los cuerpos de agua receptores. Esto se documenta a través de la certificación 401 y se requiere de acuerdo con 20.6.2.2001 NMAC. NMED puede hacer que el borrador del permiso sea más estricto si se basa en la ley estatal o puede hacer comentarios a la EPA para su consideración en el permiso final. NMED también tiene la autoridad para denegar la certificación si las circunstancias de los permisos no garantizan que la descarga cumpla con los estándares de calidad del agua.

El permiso, la hoja de datos/declaración de base y otra información relacionada se pueden encontrar en los siguientes sitios web del EPA y sitios web del NMED .

Si usted tiene algún comentario sobre esta instalación que desea que el NMED considere al redactar la Certificación de la Ley de Aguas Limpias, Sección 401, sírvase envíelos utilizando el Portal de Comentarios Públicos de NMED o enviarlo a:
Susan A. Lucas Kamat, Program Manager
NMED SWQB Point Source Regulation Section
PO Box 5469
Santa Fe, NM 87502
teléfono 505-946-8924
correo electrónico psrs.program.manager@state.nm.us
Los videos tutoriales sobre cómo usar el Portal de comentarios públicos están disponibles en español.

NMED SWQB aceptará comentarios escritos hasta el final del día hábil a las (5 p.m. MST) del lunes, 3 de octubre de 2022.

Las personas que necesiten asistencia de lenguaje (por ejemplo, asistencia para un intérprete) o las personas que tengan una discapacidad o que necesiten ayuda para participar en este proceso público deberán comunicarse con:
Susan A. Lucas Kamat
PO Box 5469
Santa Fe, NM 87502
teléfono (505) 946-8924
correo electrónico susan.lucaskamat@state.nm.us

Los usuarios de TDD o TTY pueden acceder al número a través de la red de retransmisión de Nuevo México, 1-800-659-1779 (voz); usuarios de TTY: 1-800-659-8331.
 
The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age or sex in the administration of its programs or activities, as required by applicable laws and regulations. If you have any questions about any of the NMED’s non-discrimination programs, policies or procedures, you may contact:
Kathryn Becker, NMED’s Non-Discrimination Coordinator
1190 St. Francis Dr., Suite N4050
P.O. Box 5469
Santa Fe, NM 87502
telephone (505) 231-9983
email nd.coordinator@state.nm.us

If you believe that you have been discriminated against with respect to a NMED program or activity, you may contact the Non-Discrimination Coordinator identified above or visit our website to learn how and where to file a complaint of discrimination.

El Departamento del Medio Ambiente de Nuevo México (NMED, por su sigla en inglés) no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, discapacidad, edad o sexo en la administración de sus programas o actividades, según lo exigido por las leyes y los reglamentos correspondientes. Si tiene preguntas sobre cualquier programa de no discriminación, norma o procedimiento de NMED, puede comunicarse con:
Kathryn Becker, la Coordinadora de No Discriminación de NMED
1190 St. Francis Dr., Suite N4050
P.O. Box 5469
Santa Fe, NM 87502
teléfono (505) 231-9983
correo electrónico nd.coordinator@state.nm.us

Si piensa que ha sido discriminado con respecto a un programa o actividad de NMED, puede comunicarse con la Coordinadora de No Discriminación antes indicada o visitar nuestro sitio web para saber cómo y dónde presentar una queja por discriminación.
03 Oct

Public Hearing before the Secretary: Air Quality Bureau Consolidated matters: Black River Midstream, LLC, Chevron USA Salado Draw

8:30am – 6:30pm MDT
This is a hearing regarding AQB 22-25 Black River Midstream, LLC, AQB 22-26 Chevron USA Salado Draw 19, AQB 22-27 Chevron USA Salado Draw 23

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03 Oct

Occupational Health and Safety Review Commission Meeting and Hearing: OSHA 21-61: O'Reilly Automotive

9am – 6pm MDT
This is the second day of the Hearing which began on September 12th to address the administrative adjudication in this matter.

Agenda

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04 Oct

St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day: Nambe Pueblo

Nambe Pueblo, St. Francis of Assisi Annual Feast Day. 
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