Although logging has declined in New Mexico over the years, reforestation of disturbed areas has increased in importance. New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station researchers are working to understand the physiological and ecological factors that improve reclamation success using trees.
|Title||Principal Investigator||Funding Source|
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|Riparian Vegetation Restoration along South-Central New Mexico Montane Stream Systems||Douglas Cram||Federal (McIntire-Stennis) and State Appropriations|
|Forage Fiber Tradeoff on Pion-Juniper Woodlands in New Mexico||John Fowler||Federal (McIntire-Stennis) and State Appropriations|
|The Role of Mycorrhizal Inoculation in Alleviating Transplant Shock of Seedlings during Establishment||John Mexal||Federal (McIntire-Stennis) and State Appropriations|
|Sustainable Hybrid Poplar and Oilseed Production for Biofuel Feedstock in the Four Corners Region||Michael ONeill||Federal (Hatch) and State Appropriations|
|Addressing Barriers to Increased Vegetable Production in New Mexico||David Thompson||Federal (McIntire-Stennis) and State Appropriations|