A New Mexico college is aiming to help the agriculture industry fight climate change in arid environments
15 Oct 2021
Trees and plants are nature’s best ally for capturing and sequestering carbon dioxide, and New Mexico State University wants to harness that power to help fight climate change in arid environments.
As the state’s land grant university, NMSU is well prepared to lead the way in decarbonizing agriculture in rural and urban areas statewide. It has 12 agricultural research stations scattered throughout the state and operates Cooperative Extension Service offices in every county to rapidly disseminate science-based knowledge in local communities.