Enjoy Tiger Splash at Out of Africa Wildlife Park. This is an amazing show where keepers play with the animals in a pool area at the park. Created by Kim and Doug Bocaz-Larson of Poco Loco Productions at NMSU-Grants.
We decided to try teaching our cat Genghis how to walk on a leash with hilarious results.
Rednecks are the ultimate environmentalists. They never throw anything away. And they know how to save money. Check out JJ's ideas on saving the earf.
Introducing Poco Loco Jr Productions and their first movie "Attack of the 50 Foot Dog" What better way to teach kids about acting than to make a movie! Learn more about the kid version of our production company at pocolocojr dot com
Starring Jenna Gallegos. Story: What is strange about Fran? She is a little different than everyone else... Fran has something unusual about her that sets her apart from the other students. Many of them see her as a freak until they realize she can lend an extra hand. This story was created by Jenna Gallegos, Fred Platero and Bruce Williams with Veronica Aragon, Tim Brown, Dustin Vigil and Ryle Yazzie ...
This is Part 2 to the OECS260 HTML course from NMSU-Grants.
Learn how to make your first html page on Notepad (Windows) or TextEdit (Apple)
A local tradition is the Christmas light parade featuring Continental Divide Electric and their low energy LED lights. Santa approves and took a ride on their float. From Environmental Defense Fund: "Save money and cut pollution LED string lights use much less electricity, reduce pollution from power plants and last longer. And they stay cooler, too. While they cost more than traditional strings of lights up front, the electricity savings easily make up the cost difference within a season or two."
New Mexico State University in Grants enjoys hosting many local events. One of our favorites is the Mariachi Christmas show. Here is a look at this wonderful Christmas event that is starting to be a holiday tradition in Grants, New Mexico. Thank you to all the Creative Media students who worked as crew for the event and filmed: Brandon Vallo, Ryle Yazzie, Tim Brown, Yvette Cohoe, Bruce Williams and Megan Martinez
A mother teaches her son the art of Navajo Weaving.