We love Our Mora! Our history, our community, our friends & family, and as we rise above ashes... what can become.
This is Mora County.
The New Mexico True website says, “Admire the soft contours and warm colors of adobe walls. Breathe in the pungent piñon smoke from a woodstove, mingled with the spicy smell of chile cooking. Watch the bright ribbons of water that flow through green fields. History lies around every bend. The old west lives on. Slow down — there’s a herd of cattle ahead, ambling up the road on its way to summer pasture. Real life adventure awaits the intrepid traveller.” We couldn't have said it better.
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St Vrain Mill Foundation Members & Supporters, Sharing with you a photo of the St Vrain Mill South wall with the paint removed, well most of it anyway. A few stones need a second treatment. After literally years of trying to figure out the best way to remove the paint,…
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Orphan Grain Train delivered five semi-loads of hay for ranchers and farmers in Mora County from Iowa in partnership with Mora Head Start and Mora Creative Council/Mora Main Street. We would like to thank Franken Construction Company for use of their equipment to unload & load the hay. A great…