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Calendar of Events, Torrance 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.

2014 County Fair Schedule.

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

August 2014

Aug 14Sep 25

Los Lunas
Thursdays are "Bug Nights" at Los Lunas science center
Have you been wondering about that strange looking bug in your garden? Find out what it is, whether it's a friend or foe, and how to control it if necessary during the "Bug Nights" walking tours at New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Los Lunas, 1036 Miller Road.

Tess Grasswitz, NMSU's urban/small farm integrated pest management specialist, and Newt McCarty, Valencia County Extension agricultural agent, will host four Bug Nights on Thursdays, Aug. 14, Aug. 28, Sept. 11 and Sept. 25. The free classes will start at 6 p.m. and conclude at approximately 7:30 p.m.

There is no charge for attending these events, but pre-registration would be appreciated. To register, call 505-865-7340 at least 24 hours before each class. Remember to wear appropriate clothing, and bring water to drink.

For more information, contact Tess Grasswitz at 505-865-7340.

October 2014

Oct 11Nov 8

Albuquerque
Bernalillo County Extension Master Composters Fall 2014 Training
The next Master Composter Training is scheduled for Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings, October 15 to November 8, 2014, at the Bernalillo County Extension Office in Albuquerque. The purpose of the training is to educate people to be expert composters who will then teach others how to compost. It is not necessary to be a resident of Bernalillo County to take the training. More info...
For more information, contact webmaster@nmcomposters.org.

November 2014

Nov 20

Lincoln County
Minerals and Their Role in Ranch Sustainability to be held at SWCRS
SWCRS Beyond the Roundtable - Join us for the 1st Beyond the Roundtable event.

An in-depth discussion delving into the role minerals play in livestock production and supplementation needs in New Mexico.

In contrast to the Rancher's Roundtable, leading experts in mineral nutrition will present three one-hour presentations with a roundtable discussion to close the day.

Lunch will be provided and each participant will take home a bound proceedings with all information from the day, as well as, supplemental information deemed important by speakers and NM specialists.

Registration fee of $10 will be required at the door to defray cost of printed material. Limited to first 50 to register.

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