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NMSU Scientist Studies Endangered Plants

LAS CRUCES - People usually think of cuddly pandas, spotted owls and soaring eagles when they hear the words "endangered species." But Mark Andersen, a New Mexico State University wildlife scientist, thinks of orchids with strange flowers and other tropical plant species.

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Teachers, parents can help children dealing with stress

LAS CRUCES - Stress isn't just the hallmark of overworked, time-crunched adults in the 1990s, children feel the effects, too, said a New Mexico State University family scientist.

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1995: New Mexico's "Year of the Bug"

"Insects affected almost every citizen this year," said Mike English, a Las Cruces-based entomologist with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Sheep Referendum Ballots Available From County Extension offices

LAS CRUCES - New Mexico sheep and wool producers can register with county Cooperative Extension Service offices to vote on a referendum that would create a promotion, research and education program through assessments on sheep and wool sales.

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Prevent Water Problems Brought on by Cold Weather

LAS CRUCES -- People usually think of cuddly pandas, spotted owls and soaring eagles when they hear the words "endangered species." But Mark Andersen, a New Mexico State University wildlife scientist, thinks of orchids with strange flowers and other tropical plant species.

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Gila Study Shows Grazing Light on Riparian Areas

LAS CRUCES - A New Mexico State University study about the impact of grazing cattle and other animals on some areas within the Gila National Forest indicates that the level of grazing is within U.S. Forest Service guidelines.

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Gila Study Shows Grazing Light on Riparian Areas

LAS CRUCES - A New Mexico State University study about the impact of grazing cattle and other animals on some areas within the Gila National Forest indicates that the level of grazing is within U.S. Forest Service guidelines.

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LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico State University's Wool Judging Team recently placed second at the National Western Collegiate Wool Judging Contest in Denver. Emerging as reserve champions, NMSU's team finished just six points behind the first-place te

LAS CRUCES -- Homeowners can learn to reduce their energy costs during a solar hot water seminar Feb. 5 in Santa Fe.

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NMSU Wool Team Finishes Second

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico State University's Wool Judging Team recently placed second at the National Western Collegiate Wool Judging Contest in Denver. Emerging as reserve champions, NMSU's team finished just six points behind the first-place team, Angelo State University (Texas).

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4-H Agent Wins Hunter Safety Instructor of the Year Award

LAS CRUCES -- Lee Watts, of New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service, was recently named the 1995 Hunter Safety Instructor of the Year by the New Mexico Game and Fish Department.

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Specialty Crop Marketing Conference Scheduled for Feb. 3 in Santa Fe

LAS CRUCES -- Small-scale farmers who directly market their produce can learn new sales techniques during the Specialty Crop Marketing Conference Feb. 3 in Santa Fe.

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Passive Solar Workshop Scheduled Feb. 3 in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES -- Builders, designers and homeowners can learn more about passive solar home design during a day-long workshop Feb. 3 in Las Cruces.

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Passive Solar Workshop Scheduled Feb. 3 in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES -- Builders, designers and homeowners can learn more about passive solar home design during a day-long workshop Feb. 3 in Las Cruces.

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NMSU Scientists Help Recycle Explosives Into Fertilizer

LAS CRUCES -- The same materials that blast U.S. Navy shells from battleships to distant shores may soon make home gardens thrive. New Mexico State University scientists are working with the Navy and TPL, Inc., an advanced materials technology company, to convert propellant into garden fertilizer.

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Newsletter Has More Parents Reading Along as Babies Grow

LAS CRUCES -- A free, monthly newsletter for parents of newborns in New Mexico is enjoying a healthy growth spurt. "Baby's First Wish," developed by specialists with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service, provides information about the first two years of a child's life.

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NMSU Wool Team Finishes Second

LAS CRUCES -- Under a cost-saving Census Bureau proposal to survey fewer farms in 1997, the number of farms counted in New Mexico would drop by nearly 60 percent, said a New Mexico State University agricultural economist.

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New Mexico 4-H Ambassadors and Diplomats Chosen for 1996

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico's 1996 4-H ambassadors and diplomats were chosen during the state's 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat in Albuquerque recently.

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Landers Hired as Zuni Extension Agent

LAS CRUCES -- Kathy Landers began work Jan. 25 as the Extension agent on the Zuni Reservation for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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New Mexico Cotton Conference Scheduled Feb. 21 in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES -- Cotton growers can learn more about two insect pests, the boll weevil and pink bollworm, during the first New Mexico Cotton Conference Feb. 21 at the Las Cruces Hilton.

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Passive Solar Workshop Scheduled March 2 in Albuquerque

LAS CRUCES -- Builders, designers and homeowners can learn more about passive solar home design during a day-long workshop March 2 in Albuquerque.

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