Area 3 Agriculture Security Training
Santa Fe Training
New Mexico Office of Emergency Management
(Next door to the New Mexico National Guard)
13 Bataan Boulevard
Santa Fe, New Mexico
April 17, 2008
The training will start at 10:00 am and will be over about 3:30 pm.
Registration deadline is April 14, 2008
The County Emergency Manager, the County Extension Agriculture Agent and Tribal Officials from the following counties should attend:
Santa Fe County
Los Alamos County
Rio Arriba County
We would like to have the County Emergency Manager, the County Extension Agriculture Agent and the Tribal Officials in each of these counties to invite and encourage attendance to this training from the following individuals in their county.
A representative(s) from the following are encouraged to attend:
City Police Department
County Sheriff's Office
Tribal Law Enforcement
State Police (possibly should come from District Office)
New Mexico Department of Health (in each county)
Tribal Health Offices
New Mexico Livestock Inspector(s)
New Mexico Game and Fish
US Fish and Wildlife
Sale Barn Owner(s)
Feed Lot(s) Owner(s)
Food Processing Plants
We will pay mileage for private vehicles and we will provide lunch for the attendees.
The training will be an introductory session of about 6 hours to discuss the need for and the development of an Agricultural Emergency Annex to the County Emergency Operations Plan. We will discuss the emergencies that could occur in each county and the damage they could cause to the Agricultural Industry and to the economy of the county and the state of New Mexico.
This group will meet again about a month later for a day work session to begin writing the Agricultural Emergency Annex for their county.
Southwest Border Food Safety and Defense Center
Director Office of Biosecurity
College of Agriculture and Home Economics
New Mexico State University
MSC 3 AG
PO Box 30003
Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003-8003
Southwest Border Food Safety & Defense Center