New Mexico enters 2023 in a water crisis. But with unprecedented peril comes unprecedented opportunity.
To address that challenge, and those opportunities, a diverse task force of stakeholders from across New Mexico came together from June to November 2022, studying the problems and coming to broad, shared conclusions: our challenges are dire, but there are things we can do if we act now.
NMSU is sponsoring an on-line Soil Health Workshop on October 27 and 28 from 9:00 am -3:30 pm each day. Click here to register. Join us for this two-day online Soil Health Workshop. The workshop will address fundamental aspects of soil health, as well as applied soil management for cropland and rangeland. Topics include the…Read More
Maintaining healthy soil aids our water supply! Healthy soil is not compacted but is absorbent. Organic matter in the soil, microbes and plant material, is made of carbon. That, along with the minerals present, creates an aerated structure for the soil. The dead matter is food for the plants and structurally acts like a sponge.…Read More