Report values economic impact of NMSU's College of ACES at $266 million

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An independent report examining the work of New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences calls the college, its Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service systems "unique and valuable resource for New Mexico."

The report, produced by consultants from TEConomy Partners of Columbus, Ohio, notes that "together, ACES, the Experiment Station System, Extension and academic programs represent a uniquely pragmatic system, designed to meet very real needs across the state for knowledge and actionable information and dedicated to imparting the skills required to put knowledge into action for the betterment of New Mexico's economy and society."

The full details can be read in the Teconomy Report.