Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham reached a compromise with local nurseries,which she hinted at during a press conference last week, that will allow them to operate during the pandemic.
"We do think there may be strategies to work with local nurseries, and we're absolutely open to doing that,” the governor said during a press conference.
April and May are critical months for locally owned nurseries.
Glenda Mostek represents more than a dozen nurseries in New Mexico and said she learned Tuesday morning that nurseries could reopen, but have to conduct business through curbside or deliveries only.
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