The overLook No. 19 Land Conservation News from the Taos Land TrusT Fall 2008 Taos Land Trust and Conservation Taos Land Trust Opens Booming in Northern New Mexico New Public Park on R í o A s Taos Land Trust marks its 20- year anniversary, we are busier easement on his 63 acres of forested mountain land near the village of Coy- Hondo W than ever protecting land throughout ote west of Abiquiu. Willie’s property e are very excited to announce northern New Mexico. This year we is near the historic village of Mesa the opening of the Taos Land have already completed more conser- Poleo and adjacent to the Santa Fe Trust Río Hondo Park in lower Valdez. vation easements covering a larger National Forest. The 22-acre property, which extends area than in any previous year since • Closer to home, we are very the organization was founded in 1988. excited about the DiLisio Conserva- Since our last newsletter in the Fall tion Easement, which protects 18 of 2007, we have completed eight new acres of very pricey real estate in El easements—five of those in Septem- Salto. Leonard DiLisio waxed nostalgic ber alone—permanently protecting about the area: “When I first came to almost 390 acres of beautiful land- Arroyo Seco I remember the dirt road scapes between Rio Arriba County and into this property, the sheer beauty, Mora County. We have several more in the peace and tranquility and the the works to finish in 2008 and have unobstructed path up to the waterfall already started working on projects and El Salto Mountain. Now, some 30 for 2009. It’s fast and furious, but very years later, the beauty is still there, but gratifying to be able to help so many it is a little less peaceful and almost people protect so much land. Projects impossible to follow the path up to completed this year include: the mountain and waterfall due to • The Hummingbird Ranch Com- new fences, new structures and many Río Hondo Park, Valdez munity in the Mora Valley placed a more people. By setting aside 18 acres conservation easement on 171 acres of farmland and forest in a conserva- from the Des Montes Rim road down to of their wild mountain land that will tion easement I hope to reverse the the river, was a gift to the land trust from former resident Leslie Dugan. In a never be developed. trend, slow the encroachment on na- valley filling up fast with new homes, • On the other end of our territory, ture and preserve at least some of the this is one of the last wild, peaceful and Willie Picaro placed a conservation natural beauty of this area.” With the undeveloped stretches of the Río see Stronger, page 2 Hondo. A partnership with the New Mexico Department of Game & Fish under its open gate policy will allow public access for fishing, birding, picnicking and enjoying the beautiful riparian habitat. Meanwhile, we just finalized a conservation easement with our sister organization, the Santa Fe Conservation Trust, to insure that the land will never be developed. We are grateful to the Moore Charitable Foundation for their generous assis- tance with this project. Stay tuned for our formal grand opening! We hope this little slice of Attiyeh Conservation Easement, El Prado (Carolyn Lake photo) land will provide much joy and inspira- tion for many generations to come. Fostering a legacy of open and productive lands for future generations page 2 TTaosTaTaos Land TrusTT- The Overlook Stronger,from page 1 Frank and Barbara Waters property—Taos Land Trust’s first conservation easement in 1991—this makes the second project in El Salto to help “reverse the trend.” • Dr. John (Bud) Wilson and his wife Bar- bara completed their fourth conservation easement in Lama, north of Taos, which now makes over 500 acres they have per- manently protected. “Gotta leave some room for the critters,” explained Bud. • The Attiyeh Foundation added an- other eight acres of irrigated pastureland to their stunning 36-acre conservation easement across from the El Prado post Touch-Me-Not Mountain Preserve, Colfax County office—one of those special places all Taoseños know and love. What is a Conservation Easement? • Earlier this year, an anonymous con- servation easement in Arroyo Seco, just Conservation easements allow landowners to decide how their land will be down the road from the Taos Land Trust cared for in the future by voluntarily agreeing to retire some or all of their office, added another 11 acres of prime development rights. They still own the land and are not required to provide agricultural land. That landowner has public access. They can continue farming, ranching or sustainable forestry, chosen to protect 66 acres in four sepa- can reserve limited home sites for kids and grandkids, can sell it or pass it on to heirs, but the protection stays with the land forever no matter who rate phases. This one is phase two and owns it. Because conservation easements provide real benefit to the public we are already working on phase three. and future generations, landowners qualify for federal and state income tax • Ted Terry completed an easement of benefits and can reduce or eliminate inheritance taxes. Contact Taos Land over 16 acres on his Riverbend subdivi- Trust or visit our website for more information. sion along the Rio Pueblo de Taos Gorge, permanently protecting a 1 1/4-mile Longtime resident Annette McClure stretch of the riparian area along the was enthusiastic about creating this Taos Land TrusT Wish List stream and a setback from the rim of the gorge where no one can ever build. protected easement as part of her legacy as wildlife habitat and a model Film camera—As the rest of the “The first time I strolled along the top of world moves into the digital age, we the Rio Pueblo Gorge and experienced of good forestry stewardship. still need an old-fashioned film the wildlife there I knew that it was truly We expect to complete another four camera to document our conserva- unique and needed to be protected,” conservation projects this year, total- tion easements for legally-required ing 900 more acres of forested moun- said Ted. “I just really feel strongly about photo archives. Please contact us if protecting whatever we can of the views tain wildland, ranchland and irrigated your old SLR film camera is just farmland, from Taos to Union County. collecting dust and we will resurrect One of those projects will protect a par- it to a long and productive life. “By setting aside 18 acres in a ticular tract of open land and stunning conservation easement I hope views near Taos that we know is one of Volunteers—We are always in need to reverse the trend, slow the the most treasured places in the area. of volunteers with a variety of skills encroachment on nature and By the end of the year that will make and expertise to help with any preserve at least some of the over 24,000 acres that the land trust number of projects, from complet- natural beauty of this area.” has permanently protected, includ- ing our conservation easements and —Leonard DiLisio ing the Taos Valley Overlook and Ute getting out on the land for baseline Mountain, purchased and preserved documentation or annual monitor- and natural resources around Taos.” Since for the public in a partnership with the ing, to the exciting and rewarding development is not going to stop any- Trust for Public Land. work of stuffing envelopes and time soon, this is an example we hope All these conservation easements helping with fundraising activities. other developers in the community will are the result of partnerships with pri- Compensation includes the oppor- follow. vate landowners who have the vision tunity to work with a fun bunch of • Last October we completed the and commitment to permanently pro- people, getting out onto some McClure Conservation Easement, 16 tect their land for future generations. beautiful landscapes, the gratifica- forested acres on the slopes north of We could not do this work without tion of contributing to the public them. On behalf of our children and good and an occasional party. the village of Valdez that will remain forever undeveloped and unsubdivided. grandchildren, we all owe these indi- viduals and families a debt of gratitude. The Overlookhe TTaosTaTaos Land TrusTT- ppage 3 Conservation News, Updates and Services T he New Mexico transferable income tax credit is off to a great Contact Taos Land Trust to learn more. equipment. Listen in on the third Monday in December, March, June start, helping landowners through- and September (next program out New Mexico get compensated for permanently protecting their land with conservation easements. I n another move to provide incen- tives to conserve land, Congress has extended a temporary increase December 15, 2008), 8:30-9:00 A.M. on KRZA. Or you can download any of the programs from our website. De Unlike most tax incentives, which in the federal tax deduction for la Tierra is occasionally rebroadcast benefit only those with money, this conservation easements through on KTAO (101.9 FM) as part of their tax credit is helping landowners at all 2009. This raises the deduction a Thursday evening Sustainable Living income levels—especially those at landowner can take for protecting program. Let us know if you have the lower end who need it most. their land with a conservation any great ideas for a radio pro- Starting this year landowners can easement to 50% of annual income gram. qualify for a state income tax credit for up to 16 years. Qualifying farmers worth 50% of the appraised value of a conservation easement up to a maximum of $250,000. If they cannot and ranchers can deduct up to 100% of their income from federal taxes for 16 years! But it only applies to ease- L ast September Taos Land Trust and the Frank Waters Foundation co-sponsored the first annual Taos use the credit themselves they can ments donated before the end of Bioblitz—a treasure hunt of sorts to sell it through a brokerage system, 2009. document every living organism we usually for 80 to 83 percent of its face could find over the course of a day L earn more about a on the 15-acre Waters Conservation Easement in El Salto. Bioexperts specializing in everything from birds range of and bugs to medicinal plants and conservation grasses led small teams across the topics on property, bushwhacking through the Taos Land woods, crawling through fields and Trust’s De la wading through mud and water. The Tierra radio 40 participants counted a total of program, 218 species including 122 plants (54 broadcast on with medicinal uses), 42 birds, 50 KRZA (88.7 bugs and a variety of mammals and FM) four other critters (including homo times a year. sapiens). Along with creating a Our pro- biological record, it was a great Enjoying the land at Taos Land Trust’s 2007 Bioblitz grams have opportunity for friends and neigh- covered the bors to roll up their sleeves, spend a value. Once the credit is established, nuts and bolts and tax benefits of day out in a beautiful place, and landowners have 20 years to use it or conservation easements, our De la think about biodiversity and the sell it. That means you can get a Tierra a la Cosecha (From Earth to health of the land. The day also check for up to about $200,000 Harvest) partnership with Taos stimulated some very interesting simply for protecting your land! County Economic Development conversations, ranging from Curand- This may seem too good to be true, Corporation and Taos Valley Acequia ismo and local tradition to literature but it is a legal and legitimate policy Association, the Mobile Matanza, and Hinduism. Stay tuned for our to directly reward landowners for the acequias, youth in conservation, next Bioblitz. public service they provide by forestry issues and more. We work keeping their land from being developed. They help maintain healthy watersheds and vegetation, closely with the nonprofit Cultural Energy (culturalenergy.org) to produce the program and recently T his season Taos Land Trust started a series of field trips for our Steward and Patron members to wildlife habitat and, of course, received a small grant to buy our some of our more interesting project beautiful, open, working landscapes. own professional-grade recording sites. Trips included a tour of some see News, page 4 Taos Land Trust’s mission is to conserve land with scenic vistas, agricultural value, wildlife habitat or historic sites through direct preservation, conservation partnerships, education and land use planning for the benefit of the people, families, communities, cultures and natural systems of the Taos area. page 4 TTaosTaTaos Land TrusTTTaos The Overlook Kudos Meanwhile, a writer and photog- rapher team spent several days Board News visiting Taos Land Trust and our De T he conservation work Taos Land Trust has been doing for the last 20 years has recently received a lot la Tierra partners, landowners we work with and some of our project W e are happy to welcome new board members Diane sites, for a new book tentatively Enright, John Mockovciak, Jean of attention and accolades, both titled What Are We For?: Conserva- Trujillo (back after a three-year locally and nationally. tion Organizations Talk About hiatus) and Julian Varela. It’s always This year we were thrilled to Community Engagement and Social good to have fresh blood and new receive the 2008 KTAO Environmen- Change. ideas, and together these four tal Achievement Award. Brad bring a wealth of practical exper- tise, perspective and commitment “From farming to cultural history and from scenic vistas to healthy to help with our land conservation habitat, the land is everything to both residents and visitors, and work. Farewell and mil gracias to board the Taos Land Trust is protecting and preserving it like no one else.” members Maya Cabot-Chacon and —KTAO President Brad Hockmeyer. Stephen Trujillo, and our long-time ex-officio board member Rey Tor- Hockmeyer, KTAO owner, president We are honored and humbled by res. We are a better organization and star DJ, said, “I am honored to all the recognition. It helps re- for your involvement. We look for- present this year’s award to an charge our overworked staff and ward to continuing our friendship organization in northern New keeps us going, one project, one and working together in the years Mexico whose efforts reward us all. acre at a time. to come. The dedicated staff and their active board see the beauty of the land in northern New Mexico and its inher- News, from page 3 innovative restoration work to bring exclusively to wildlife habitat; and a ent value to all we hold dear. From back savannah grasslands on Tony tour of petroglyphs on the Morris farming to cultural history and from Benson’s Wolf Springs Ranch—the Conservation Easement near Ojo scenic vistas to healthy habitat, the largest conservation easement in Taos land is everything to both residents Caliente and other nearby archaeo- County; an off-road safari to the logical sites. Please let us know if you and visitors, and the Taos Land Trust Touch-Me-Not Mountain Preserve are interested in participating next is protecting and preserving it like above Eagle Nest, which is our largest year. no one else.” conservation easement dedicated Our innovative De la Tierra a la Cosecha (From Earth to Harvest) partnership with the Taos County Economic Development Corporation and Taos Valley Acequia Association has attracted lots of national atten- tion in the last year. Land Trust Alliance, an umbrella organization Helping Conserve the for about 1,700 land trusts nation- Advising New Mexico Land of Enchantment wide, has written up our work twice Landowners On Preserv- in the last year in its magazine called Brokering the sale of all ing Their Land And Saving Land. An article called “Culti- vating Land and Culture,” profiling Securing Available Tax transferable New Mexico our De la Tierra partnership, ap- Benefits. tax credits. Millions of peared in a special issue on The dollars of registered Future of Land Conservation in For further information, America last fall. The cover story in buyers actively seeking the Spring 2008 issue on “Land Trusts please contact Ethan tax credit sellers. Please and Local Foods: A Natural Partner- Epstein or Larry Ausher- contact us at: (505) 798-2642 ship” again featured Taos Land Trust. man at: (505) 848-1800 Both articles included beautiful or www.modrall.com or www.taxcreditalliance.com black-and-white images from local photographer Dorie Hagler. You can read them on our website. Contact Taos Land Trust about sponsorship opportunities The Overlookhe TTaosTaTaos Land TrusTTTaos page 5 Taos Land TrusT’s Conservation Projects page 6 TTaosTaTaos Land TrusTTTaos The Overlookhe Taos Land TrusT Member Donations through September 2008 Board of direcTors Donors in Bold = Land Trustees Cid’s Food Market who have made a 3 year pledge John & Barbarah Cota Crestina Trujillo Armstrong President Stewardship Fund Bill & Ginny Cowles Leonard DiLisio Linda & Joel Gottlieb Anthony Benson Annette McClure Louis Jaffé Land Conservation Chair John & Barbara Wilson Ralph Leach Delafield DuBois Burton W. Lippa Secretary Benefactors (Annual Gifts of $5,000+) Virginia Maclovia (in honor of Crestina Trujillo Hamilton B. Brown Charitable Trust Armstrong) Diane Enright Emmett & Paule Marx Sunny Hill Member Regan Murray Eva Malanowski & Thomas Latousek Thomas French Ken Mirr Deborah Parsons and Clifton Harold Vice-President/Community Relations Ken & Happy Price Chair Patrons (Annual Gifts of $1,000- Julian Varela Dyck & Avis Vermilye Mary Lane Leslie $4,999) Christine Wells (in memory of Anita Hop Member Anonymous (4) kins) John Mockovciak Bob & Linda Attiyeh Leonard DiLisio Contributors (Annual Gifts of $100- Member Thomas French $249) Christopher M. Smith Charles & Holly Greef Anonymous (5) Treasurer/Financial Operations Chair Carolyn Haddock & Douglas Smith (in honor of Charmay Allred Jean Trujillo the Historic Taos Inn) Linda An (in memory of Clarence Heinke) Fundraising Chair John & Rebecca Hall Chilton & Judy Anderson David Hicks (in honor of our troops) William & Mary Bacchus Julian Varela Liana & Ezra Bayles Member Hummingbird Ranch, LLC Jesse Jesperson & Sylvia Atencio Allan Beezley Linda Yardley Burt & Anne Kaplan Kenneth & Gloria Bjerk Member Ron & Carol Larimore Jim & Claire Brandenburg Annette McClure Alice and David Brown John and Janet Mockovciak Family Advised Josh & Melinda Bryant sTaff Fund of the Dallas Foundation Virginia Mudd & Clifford Burke Ernie Atencio Willie Picaro James & Karen Bur Executive Director Susan Streeper Brenda Clark Tanya Duncan Nita & Henk van der Werff Robert Corroon (in Honor of Gov. Bill Richard- Land Project Manager Sally Wasowski son & The Trust for Public Land John & Barbara Wilson Philip and Teri Davis Sandra LeBrun James & Patricia Day Office Manager Judith & Stephen Wolf Martin & Susan Dilger Mark Myers Stewards (Annual Gifts of $500-$999) Mary Domito Office Assistant Delafield DuBois Arbogast Foundation Susan Arbuckle Kat Duff John & Marie Duggan Mail: P.O. Box 376 A.L. Benson Edidin Family Charitable Trust Taos, NM 87571 Sherrill Boardman Helen Doroshow Linda Kemper Fair Chris & Martha Flanders J.D. Farr Location: 482 A State Hwy. 150 Carroll Harrington Malcolm & Susan Fleming Arroyo Seco, NM 87514 Claire Haye Ken Gallard Harry & Eunice Mayhew JoAnn H. Garges Robert J. Munk & Enoch Ortega Robert & Monika Ghattas Phone: 575-751-3138 Hugh D. Gibson Bill & Kit Owen Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Troy Foundation John & Nancy Glasgow Website: www.taoslandtrust.org William Windham & John S. Turner, Jr. Elizabeth Glatfelter David & Peppy Woodard Group3 Development William & Linda Hardy Mary Hobratschk Supporters (Annual Gifts of $250- Clark & Marie Hudson $499) Alford B. Johnson Anonymous (2) Winn Kalmon Ann Ash Suzy & Thomas J. Kane Robert & Linda Aubrech Amanda & David Kocon Jane & John Bales Rob and Peggy Leeson Pete & Liz Biester John Manulis & Liz Heller Maya Cabot-Chacon Sally Mayer & Art Clark Help us save a few trees! You can help us conserve paper by sending us your Contributions as of September 2008. email address. We respect your privacy and promise not to flood you with emails. And we will never share or distribute your email address to anyone. But If your name was misspelled or we can send you our newsletter, action alerts, and other updates electronically, inadvertantly omitted, please accept if you would please send your email address to email@example.com. Let us our apologies and advise us of our know if you would like to receive our newsletter and other occasional notices electronically from now on, or whether you prefer hardcopy mail. error. Thank you. The Overlookhe TTaosTaTaos Land TrusTTTaos ppage 7 Charles McGarity & Judith Barba Isabel Cordova Kathleen Walek Brian & Jennifer McPeek Anna Cosentine Douglas & Teresa Webb Gael & Ty Minton Don Crowell David L. Witt Charles & Carlin Morris John & Joan Dobson Mary Jane C. Wurster Anna Muller Patricia Donovan Cathy Zeiss Jean Muste William & Teresa Ebie Toby Zorthian Robert Nordhaus Jane Engel (in honor of my 5 grandchildren) G. Frank Oatman, Jr. & John Wood II Norm Ferguson Lynda & Leighton Railsback Bob & Reta Fitch Edward & Melanie Ranney Kathleen & Michael Fitzgerald A special thank-you to all Polly Raye & Bill Christmas Monica Fletcher & Steve Evans (in memory of Barbara B. Reimers Martha Boxberger) our generous art and ad- Jean Richards Merry Schroeder Alyce Frank Curtiss Frank venture auction donors and Karen Sigel & Harold Perl Lillian C. Giuliano purchasers! Charles Simms Richard E. Harlan Christopher Smith Stephanie Harrison John & Francis Speirs Madeleine Herrmann Thanks for invaluable in-kind Andrea Szekeres Sylvia N. Hollen and volunteer assistance from: Janet & Ken That V. Holvick Abominable Snowmansion Taos-Colfax Division/Santa Fe Area Homebuild- Steve & Peggy Immel Vicky Ashby ers Association Milton Jacobs Elsbeth Atencio Taos Mountain Casino Inger Jirby Serena Brown Karen Cohen & Robert Templeton LCI-2 Construction, Inc. Centinel Bank Sally Trigg Charlotte La Tier Cultural Energy Jose Trujillo (in memory of Carlos A. Trujillo) Kirsten Lear & Robert Tweten Karen Douglas Larry & Ginny Van Eaton (in honor of Tierras de Susan Lentz (in honor of Dr. & Mrs. John N. Thomas French (for duty above and beyond) Taos) Wilson Paul LeBrun Mr. Laurie & Mrs. Julie Warder John N. Lieuwen (in honor of Andrew Lieuwen) Doug Leslie Jane & Bruce Warren Norma McCallan Jack Leustig Imaging Ara Watson Kathleen McGinty (in memory of Kerry McGinty) Mimi Meck Mike & Mary Louise Williams Autumn Medlock Randy Moore Dorothy Zopf Vish & Claudia Miller (in honor of Satya Miller’s Peoples Bank 13th birthday!) Teresa Pisa ño Friends (Annual Gifts of $1-$99) Carey Moore Michele Potter Anonymous (6) Ms. Susan Moyer Ranchitos Framing Mark Adair Kathryn Mutz Ramsey Scott Lewis & Margaret Agnew Bette Myerson Jennifer Sihvonen Mercedes Agogino Travis Nelson Taos Fine Art Lynn Aldrich New Mexico Land Conservancy Historic Taos Inn Georgena Askew Jane & Charles Olsen Ann Ellen Tuomey Anna Baca Teresa Pisaño Lawrence Baker & Mark Asmus (in honor of Michele Potter Abby & Fairleig Lussky) Scot & Sylvia Renick The following foundations have Brian Barr Robert Ribe (in memory of Fred C. Ribe) generously supported our work Ralph G. Bendel, Sr. (in memory of Josephine Eleanor Romero (in memory of Porfirio Romero) during the past year: Eleanor Bendel) Christine Russell The Christensen Fund Judith Bronner Mark Schuetz Center for Whole Communities Peter Bryant Barbara Scott Defenders of Wildlife Living Lands Program- Jim & Connie Bull Marc Steinberg, M.D. Environmental Support Center Joan Bybee Ron Tabor Healy Foundation Betsy Carey Rae M. Taylor Just Woke Up Fund Martha West Cargill (in memory of W. Frank Inga Thompson McCune Charitable Foundation West) Vivian Thompson (in memory of Elaine Case) The Moore Charitable Foundation Lawrence Carreon James & Ann Ellen Tuomey Norcross Wildlife Foundation Sher Churchill Don D. Van Soelen Santa Fe Community Foundation Robert Cooley Annalee Veach Taos Community Foundation Yes! I want to save the extraordinary landscape of Northern New Mexico with my Taos Land TrusT membership gift of: Name(s)____________________________________ (as you would like it to appear in our newsletter) Friend ($1-99) Steward ($500-999) Address____________________________________ Contributor ($100-249) Patron ($1000-4999) City, State, Zip_______________________________ Supporter ($250-499) Benefactor ($5000+) Email______________________________________ I want to provide a reliable income by becoming a □ Enclosed is my check for $________, Land Trustee with a three-year pledge at the enclosed payable to Taos Land TrusT amount. □ Please charge $_______ to my □ VISA □ Mastercard Card Number______________________________ Expiration Date_________/________ Signature______________________________________ Explore the world to Valerie Graves, the artist who you’re helping to protect. generously created that logo for us in B ook a guided trip for your small the early 90s. Thank you! group to one of the Southwest’s We invite our members and special places, led by Taos Land Trust supporters, professional or amateur Executive Director Ernie Atencio. artists of all ages, to submit your Ernie’s background as an anthropolo- ideas for a new Taos Land Trust logo gist, archeology instructor and park that we will use for many years to ranger—along with his love of the come. Our guidelines are simple: land—make him the perfect guide for something that is easily reproduced trips to magical destinations like Pueblo Bonito at Chaco Canyon in small format, in black and white or color, that simply and elegantly “Loon’s Echo was absolutely the best, most fabulous trip we’ve ever taken in our captures our vision of “creating a lives—we watched moose, saw beaver, fished. Just beautiful, beautiful. And the legacy of open and productive lands accommodations—couldn’t ask for anything better. It’s hard to describe in for future generations.” Like the words how nice it was. If you’re looking for the place to unwind, there’s no landscape of northern New Mexico better, more relaxing spot on the face of the Earth.” we all love, our land conservation — Jack Chapman work ranges from vast scenic lands and wildlife habitat to working farms, ranches and villagescapes. ChacoCanyon or other remote sites. Please submit your entry by January Through a special and very generous Logo Contest 31, 2009, to: TLT Logo Contest, PO connection, Taos Land Trust can also Box 376, Taos, NM 87571 or info@ T arrange private trips to Loon’s Echo, aos Land Trust is looking for a taoslandtrust.org. Our committee of one of Montana’s most exceptional dazzling new logo as we prepare wilderness resorts, “conveniently local artists and TLT board members to retire the beautiful image of Taos will select the winner and present a located in the middle of nowhere” and Mountain with a menagerie of animals certificate of appreciation, with public one of the most amazing places you’ll ever visit. Call Ernie to discuss the in the foreground that we have used acknowledgement, to the winner in possibilities. for many years. We are very grateful February. This newsletter printed on recycled paper Taos, NM Taos, New Mexico 87571 Paid Permit No. 56 P.O. Box 376 U.S. Postage Taos Land TrusT Non Profit Org.
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