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Upcoming Events

Corrales Garden Tour


  • Sunday, May 8 from 9am - 4pm

  • 7 different types of gardens to view this year!

    Please click link below for more information.

    New Mexico Master Gardener's Conference

  • July 24 thru July 26, 2014

  • Click on link below for more information!

    Current Weekly Activities

  • Corrales Growers Market
  • Sundays 9am - 12pm
    Located at: 500 Jones Rd & Corrales Rd. - just south of the Post Office
    Market Season: April 28th - October 31st
    Contact: Polly Garner

  • Corrales Town Hall Gardens
  • Wednesday mornings
    4324 Corrales Road, Corrales, NM
    Contact: Judy Jacobs for hours

  • Rio Rancho WaterWise Garden
  • Thursdays - 1st and 3rd
    9:00a.m. - 11:00a.m.
    Rio Rancho WaterWise Garden
    950 Pinetree Rd., Rio Rancho
    Contact: Sue Trevor

  • Meadowlark Rose Garden
  • Flexible days:
    Meadowlark Senior Center
    4330 Meadowlark Lane, SE, Rio Rancho
    If you are interested in working on the garden, contact: Carol Marr
    Work on the garden will be by request as needed through the winter.


    Bi-Weekly Activities

  • WaterWise Garden

  • 9:00 - 11:00am
    Water Wise Garden: 950 Pine Tree Road
    between RR Post Office & Esther Bone Library

    Weekly volunteers are needed on Thursdays March through October- 8am to 11am.
    Winter Hours are 1st & 3rd Thursdays- 9am to 11am.

    Please contact Sue Trevor for more information.

    Current Monthly Activities

  • SCMG Board Meeting

  • 3rd Tuesday of the month
    2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Audience: All Sandoval County Master Gardeners and Interns are invited to attend
    The board meetings are held at the Sandoval County Extension Office

  • DeLavy House Garden Maintenance

  • 1st Wednesday of each month

    Contact: Charlotte Wilson, for hours

    Sandoval County Historical Society, Edmund Rd., Bernalillo - just north of the Warrior Gas Station (by Santa Ana Casino) on Highway 550.

    The DeLavy House is the home of the Sandoval County Hisorical Society. It is a small project with about 5 acres of desert landscaping that we maintain. This means lots of trimming, weeding, litter patrol and care of existing plants.