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Cooperative Extension Service
Touching the lives of people in every part of New Mexico.
4-H Youth Development
4-H provides youth with opportunities to learn skills, gain knowledge and make contributions to their communities.
Food Technology Program
The Extension Home Economics Food Technology Program assists food producers in the state.
Kids & Kows & More
Students and teachers learn how food and fiber contribute to their health and well-being.
Cooking school provides diet ideas and suggestions for people with diabetes.
Highly toxic locoweed causes health problems for both livestock and wildlife.
The vast majority of people in New Mexico are connected to gardening in some way.
Memorial Middle School Agricultural Extension and Education Center
Students learn about agriculture through hands-on experiences.
Progressive Agriculture Safety Day
Students learn safety procedures through hands-on activities.
Range Improvement Task Force
Experts help resolve resource management conflicts.
Rural Agricultural Improvement and Public Affairs Project
RAIPAP increased wool sales by more than 1,000% over three years.
Southern Great Plains Dairy Consortium
One mission of the consortium is to provide sound science to the dairy industry.
Strengthening Families Initiative
Parents learn effective discipline skills and how to build healthy family relationships.
The Learning Games Lab
Creating research-based, educational games and media.
Tribal Extension Program
Bringing together traditional teachings and Extension programs.
Students learn financial strategy, market research and entrepreneurship.