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Growing Organics? FSA Can Help

By Val Dolcini

The strength of the rural economy rests upon growing, making and creating products that people want to eat, buy and use. Over the past seven years, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-- Continue reading

Nursing school pass rate drops

Dear Editor:

The WNMU nursing program is expending, the public needs to know how the nursing program at Western has degenerated in the past few years. The nursing industry judges a nursing program by-- Continue reading

Grant County Regional Water Supply Project Needs Everyone’s Support

As the state senator from District 28, I sponsored this past legislative session a bill to fully fund the Grant County Regional Water Supply Project. The bill would have addressed the immediate and cr-- Continue reading

DPNM Unclear What they Stand For After Party Revolts Against Leadership's Platform

Albuquerque, NM – During their Pre-Primary Convention this past weekend, Democrat delegates rejected the party platform put together by DPNM leadership, leaving voters without a clear idea of what Democ-- Continue reading

Where does your food come from?

If you're like many Americans, the answer is the grocery store. And frankly, that disturbs me. The grocery store isn't where food comes from - it's just from where it's distributed. In reality, far to-- Continue reading

Correction: “Green”—The Status Symbol the Affluent Can Afford that Costs the Poor

Researchers have found that some buyers are willing to pay for environmentally friendly products because those products are "status symbols." A report in the Atlantic states: "Environmentally-friendly-- Continue reading

Happy Agriculture Week, New Mexico! Enjoy all it has to offer

New Mexico ag secretary: Let’s appreciate what farmers, ranchers put on our plates – and into our communities

Milk, beef, chile, pecans...Cheese, lettuce, spinach, grapes...Alfalfa, cotton, corn, onio-- Continue reading

The Plains of San Augustin: Should any of this worry you?

The Plains of San Augustin: Should any of this worry you?

The San Augustin Plains or watershed is a closed basin 1,993 square miles in size. Closed basin means that there is no outlet or surface stream draining the basin. Therefore, the watershed gets no wat-- Continue reading

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