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Calendar of Events, Lincoln County

Below is a list of events sponsored by the College or of interest to our clientele. Events are tracked all over the state; the maps next to each event indicate where the event is taking place. If you would like to filter your results to a particular county, visit the county calendar listing.

This list is filtered to show only events in Lincoln County.

April 2015

Apr 7-8

Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue Training
This two day workshop will feature practical considerations, behavioral understanding, specialty equipment, techniques, methodologies and tactics behind the safe extrication of a live large animal from entrapment's such as trailer wrecks, ditches, mud and barn fires in local emergencies and disaster areas.

The workshop is free and those interested must register at preparingnewmexico.org by March 30 since limited spaces are available. More info...

For more information, contact Jessica Smith at 575-835-0610.
Apr 21

Grant Writing Workshop - New Mexico Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program
This free workshop focuses on effective grant writing strategies for USDA Agricultural Marketing Serve (AMS) programs such as Farmers' Market Promotional Programs and the Local Food Promotional programs.
NMSU's Community Resources & Economic Development Specialist, Michael Patrick, will conduct the workshop.

Topics will include:

  • Grant writing overview
  • Developing Your Idea
  • Preparing your Proposal
  • Preparing the Application

Register now!

These workshops are funded by the USDs Agricultural Marketing Service and facilitated by USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The project is coordinated by the USDA-NIFA Regional Rural Development Centers.

For more information, contact Sandra Barraza at 575-622-3210.
Apr 29

SWCRS Beyond the Roundtable: Solar Water Pumping & Off-Grid Lighting
This event will require prior registration (free of charge) and it is limited to the first 45 to register. The 1st session of a six part Symposium Series hosted at the Southwest Center for Rangeland Sustainability.

This will be an excellent session with great information presented on the basics of solar energy, solar water pumping, off-grid lighting, and tools available through the NMSU Engineering NM Resources Network and the Cooperative Extension Service. Symposiums to follow will be on Animal Health, Brush and Weed Control, Ruminant Nutrition in two parts and Range Management. More info...

For more information, contact Shad Cox at 575-849-1015.