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State of New Mexico
Official State Seal

Population:
1,356,984

Under 18:
500,276

Over 65:
250,235

Employed:
1,401,099

Land in SM:
121,355.53

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
44,083,810

Births:
28,835

Deaths:
14,983

Infant Deaths:
134

Property Crime:
77,572

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New Mexico Shade Trees | eHow

Shade trees provide much-needed relief in a hot environment and are welcome additions to the domestic landscape. Trees stabilize the soil, reduce storm run-off and ...
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-mexico-shade-trees.html



How to Find Relatives in Mexico | eHow

Telmex: Mexico's White Pages; Adoos: Mexican Classifieds; ... If you're putting together a family tree... How to Find a Missing Family Member for Free. If a brother, ...
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What Is New Mexico's State Tree? | eHow

The Pinyon is the state tree of New Mexico. The New Mexico Federation of Women's Clubs selected it as the state tree on March 16,1949. Does ...
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Locust Tree With Purple Blooms | eHow

There are two kinds of trees that go by the name locust ... They are similar in appearance and are both members of the pea family, ... New Mexican Locust;
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Fruit Trees for New Mexico | eHow

In New Mexico, sweet cherry and apricot trees usually flower early in the spring followed by the sour cherry trees. Pear and apple trees bloom later and have a better ...
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