Issue XXI, Spring 1998
THE MAKING OF A MUSEUM
by Natalie Johnson
With a dust cloth, tape recorder and trusty horse, New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum
staff are getting exhibits ready for the state's newest tourist attraction.
Volunteers Make the Difference
JUNIOR HISTORIANS GET THE S
COOP ON AGRICULTURE
by D'Lyn Ford
Elementary students dig into farm history.
PERSONAL STORIES TELL
NEW MEXICO'S AGRICULTURAL HISTORY
by Rena Larrañaga
The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum will tell the 3000-year tale of
agriculture in the state through the experiences of its farm and ranch people.
- Preserving New Mexico's Agricultural Heritage
- Turning agriculture into a class act (Spring 1998)
- Agriculture is elementary (Spring 1998)
- Tracking rural tourists (Spring 1998)
- Agricultural Science is the Forgotten Technology