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NMSU Extension Master Gardeners share tomato plants with community Two women beside a white truck

ALBUQUERQUE - It may sound like a trick question: What do you do with 2,000 tomato plants when an in-person fundraiser sale is cancelled?

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NMSU community comes together to give back during COVID-19 pandemic Two women standing in front of a building

New Mexico State University system faculty, staff and students have come together to lend a helping hand to the community during the coronavirus pandemic. Outreach efforts across the university system have provided many types of assistance, such as food for the homeless, groceries for the vulnerable, personal protective equipment for area healthcare professionals and more.

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NMSU Golf Course reopens to the public with specific restrictions Man, with mask stands in front of golf carts

After closing golf operations March 24 due to COVID-19, the New Mexico State University Golf Course has reopened with specific restrictions.

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NMSU team earns second-place district finish in national Solar District Cup Graphic with competition results

A student team from New Mexico State University was awarded a second-place finish in the United States Department of Energy’s Solar District Cup Collegiate Design Competition April 27.

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Learn how to manage stress with the help of NMSU Cooperative Extension Service

This month, specialists and agents with New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service will host an online workshop series to teach participants how to manage stress and stay healthy in the face of today’s challenges.

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NMSU study finds cover crops can improve soil health Man talking to people.

A five-year study by a New Mexico State University researcher found that integrating cover crops, such as legumes and grasses, into existing cropping systems can increase the biological health of soils on hot and dry semiarid lands.

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NMSU’s Arrowhead Center partners with City of Las Cruces to spotlight local businesses A man and a woman kneeling in front of a colorful mural

Area business owners using new strategies to find customers during the COVID-19 pandemic are being featured in a program by New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center and the City of Las Cruces that will help shine a light on local businesses.

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NMSU collaborates in webinar on food safety risk assessment for farmers Man sitting at computer with presentation screen behind him

In response to the uncertainty of how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact farmers’ markets this summer, New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service continues to work with growers to help them qualify for various market opportunities.

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NMSU Library to create COVID-19 archive, seeking community submissions College campus without any people

COVID-19 has impacted people’s lives worldwide, and New Mexico State University Library Archives and Special Collections is interested in documenting those changes for the local community in real time.

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NMSU to host a ‘Pandemic Pop Up!’ virtual film festival Film poster featuring a glass window

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has encouraged many to find creative ways to foster togetherness and social being. Two New Mexico State University gender and sexuality studies faculty members came up with the idea to share films of the Feminist Border Arts Film Festival through a virtual event May 8-10.

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