New Mexico True for 96 Years
...and counting!

The nation's oldest state magazine continues to reel in readers with only-in-NM stories about the people, places, art, culture, and history that you can't find anywhere else on Earth. Our newly redesigned May issue celebrates the great outdoors and includes stops on the Continental Divide Trail, Harding County, downtown Farmington, and the state's hippest doughnut shops. This summer, we're roaming all over the state. Here's a sneak peek:
  • Pop into the state's newest wilderness area, the Sabinoso, gateway to fun for hikers, campers, hunters, and fisherfolk.
  • Join with real-life gold hunters who are still pulling treasures out of New Mexico soil.
  • Visit Abiquiú artists in their studios on a bespoke tour.
  • Cruise the Río Grande and learn about its Ancestral importance from a pueblo guide-topped with a Feast Day-style meal.
  • Learn where to score the best ice cream being handmade by creative New Mexicans. (Yes, green chile is involved.)
With recipes, road trips, stunning photography, and some of the state's top writers, we're continuing New Mexico Magazine's nationally award-winning course toward our blockbuster 100th anniversary-and we want you to play a part. How can you reach more than 200,000 monthly readers, plus more than 120,000 Facebook fans a week, and a growing base of web readers? Our crackerjack sales team has an array of products for combining print, digital, and custom-to-you options. Reach out to CEO Carolyn Graham or visit us online. And if you're not a subscriber, you can remedy that by entering code INMHA8 for a special NMHA member subscription price of $12 

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