• October 22, 2020

Tags : Chihuahuan Desert

Chihuahuan Desert Conference set for November, Organizers seeking participants

While the Chihuahuan Desert Conference is just a few months away, officials are looking for presenters, abstracts and interested residents who want to help preserve the region’s complex ecosystem. Via a news release, officials shared their hopes that the Chihuahuan Desert Conference ‘[will] bring together scientists, students, academics, land managers, and the public to build […]Read More

NMSU Biologists Take Part in EU-Funded Research on NM’s Unique

A team of biologists from New Mexico State University, Oberlin College in Ohio, and 17 other universities and research institutes worldwide has received a European Union grant to investigate the plant and microbial communities of gypsum soils. NMSU professors Donovan Bailey, Nicole Pietrasiak, and Sara Fuentes-Soriano, as well as Professor Mike Moore from Oberlin College […]Read More

Schedule for ‘Celebration of our Mountains’ Released

El Pasoan’s love their mountains and this year’s Celebration of our Mountains schedule promises to bring outdoor lovers together from across the community. Outdoor events like this are very important to the city’s quality of life by offering numerous opportunities for people to immerse themselves in nature.  Getting outside in the natural world offers many […]Read More

Repairs to Chihuahuan Desert Gardens at UTEP underway

The Chihuahuan Desert Gardens will get a special facelift this winter, thanks to a generous donation from the Maxie Groce Templeton Estate. The repairs, which began Monday, Dec. 7, include concrete, rock wall and wood restoration work, as well repairs to several planters within the gardens. New, vibrant colors will be added to the gardens. […]Read More