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Solar Design Basics Seminar Mar. 26 in Raton

LAS CRUCES -- Homeowners can learn the basics of passive solar home design during a two-hour seminar Mar. 26 in Raton.

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Homemakers Group Works for Scholarship Money

LAS CRUCES -- Dona Ana County Extension Homemakers Council is going a little nutty to raise money for scholarships.

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Video Conference on Applying Sludge to Farm Land Scheduled April 9

LAS CRUCES -- A video conference on applying biosolids (sludge) to agricultural soil will be conducted April 9 at two sites in New Mexico.

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Reyer Receives Tribute to Volunteer Excellence Award

LAS CRUCES -- Karen Reyer, a livestock education specialist at the New Mexico Girls' Ranch, fills her days tending a menagerie of horses, llamas, chickens and rabbits at the ranch. She was recognized for her service and received New Mexico's 4-H Tribute to Volunteer Excellence Award during the Western Region 4-H Leader's Forum, Mar. 16 in Idaho.

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NMSU Animal Nutritionist Works to Improve Cattle Reproduction

LAS CRUCES -- It sounds like a rancher's nightmare. Corralling range cattle every other day and taking two hours to feed them supplements individually. Or, having to split up cattle that all get the same supplement on several different pastures. These are just two of the strange, time- consuming ranching practices that scientists with New Mexico State University's Agricultural Experiment Station must put up with in order to get good research information.

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Albuquerque Students are "Buggy" Over Scott Martinico

LAS CRUCES -- Not all college students see spring break as a chance to hit the beach or the slopes for a little relaxation. Scott Martinico saw it as a chance to open children's minds to the world of insects.

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Bishop Receives Western Regional 4-H Volunteer Management Award

LAS CRUCES -- Brenda Bishop, of Quay County, agrees with the African proverb that it takes a village to raise a child.

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Los Lunas Scientists Attracted to Native Plant Research

LOS LUNAS -- Bare cottonwood poles and peculiar-looking pinon seedlings are beautiful to researchers at New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Los Lunas.

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Fowler to Head Two NMSU Science Centers

LAS CRUCES -- James Fowler, a professor of agronomy and horticulture at New Mexico State University, took over this month as superintendent of both the Fabian Garcia Research Center and the Leyendecker Plant Science Center in Las Cruces.

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NMSU's Genetically Improved Potatoes Stop Beetles in their Tracks

LAS CRUCES -- Colorado potato beetles living in test plots in Michigan don't know they're eating potato plants genetically engineered in the Mesilla Valley. All they know is they don't like them.

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