USDA Grants Will Help New Mexico Farmers, Ranchers

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ALCALDE, N.M. (AP) — Three New Mexico organizations are receiving federal grants to help disadvantaged farmers and ranchers.

New Mexico State University's Alcalde program is getting $400,000 for outreach and technical assistance to help socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers to own and operate farms and ranches.

Taos County Economic Development Corp. will receive $275,000 for programs that promote, sustain and improve small family farms and ranches.

The New Mexico Acequia Association has been awarded $250,000 to support statewide outreach, education and technical assistance to Hispanic farmers and ranchers.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture grants were announced by Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman.

Copyright 2010 The Associated Press.



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