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by Karin Stangl, New Mexico State Land Office

STATE-LAND INNOVATION: Sister Jean Miller of the Tierra Madre Development Corp. gives New Mexico State Land Office Assistant Commissioners Don Britt and Harry Relkin a close-up view of the straw bale affordable houses on the U.S.-Mexican border

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