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California spotted owls may need large reserves to sustain their populations

LAS CRUCES - Managing California spotted owls in a few fairly large conservation areas may be better than in many small areas, said a New Mexico State University wildlife scientist.

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News Tip

In light of all the recent news coming out of Israel, we thought editors might be interested in one of our professors, Rex Pieper, who recently visited Palestine regarding rangeland issues. Information about his trip follows. He can be contacted at 646-4435.

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Turkey Lovers Should Double-Check Doneness For Birds With Pop-Up Thermometers

LAS CRUCES - Trust an old-fashioned meat thermometer to tell you when your Thanksgiving turkey's done, not a pop-up thermometer, said a New Mexico state University food and nutrition specialist.

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Stinging Incident A Reminder To Be Cautious Around Bees

LAS CRUCES - New Mexico's first serious stinging incident involving Africanized honey bees underscores the need for caution this fall, said a New Mexico State University entomologist.

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Scientists at Los Lunas Experiment with Fall Asparagus

LOS LUNAS - Tender, green asparagus is traditionally one of the first crops harvested each spring. But it could become a popular fall crop someday if research pans out at New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Los Lunas.

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Time to Compost Fall Leaves

LAS CRUCES - Fall is a time of cool weather and golden leaves -- leaves that eventually end up in a landfill. As landfill sites become more scarce and costs of creating new landfills increase, homeowners should consider backyard composting, said a New Mexico State University horticulture specialist.

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Flores Hired as Extension Food Technology Specialist

LAS CRUCES - Nancy Flores began work Nov. 13 at Alcalde, near Espanola, as a food technology specialist with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Landfill Grass Project Keeps Dust Level Down

SUNLAND PARK, N.M. - As enormous earthmoving equipment pushes trash into piles at Camino Real Landfill in Sunland Park, N.M., strong winds do their best to kick up disturbed soil and create clouds of dust. This scenario prompted landfill officials to work with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service and the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) to rebuild the topsoil on the land and cover it with green grass.

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Cardenas Hired as Extension Family Educator

LAS CRUCES - Linda Cardenas began work Nov. 22 as a family educator with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service in Dona Ana County.

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Weatherize Your Home to Keep the Cold Out

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico homeowners still have time to weatherize before the cold creeps in for good, said a New Mexico State University energy specialist.

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