Participants with Dr. Beenda Seevers.
Anabela Manhica speaks at a New Mexico State University class in the college of Health and Social Services
Chikondi Chabvuta makes a presentation at a college og Health and Social Services class at NMSU.
Serve Learning for Women program participants Esther Womano, Meaza Abawari and Chikondi Chabvuta arrive at the El Paso, Texas iAirport.
SLW participants participate in an Extension Delivery Methods workshop.
Meaza Abawari meets her NMSU mentor, Extension Plant Specialist Stephanie Walker.
Anabela Manhica and her mentor, Dr. Tom Dormody. Dormody is a faculty member of the Agricultural and Extension Education Department in the College of Agriculture, COnsumer and Environmental Sciences.
NMSU mentor and professor in the department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, April Ulery, meets with Chikondi Chabvuta.
Esther Wamono with her mentors Kari Bachman, Extension Nutrition program coordinator (left), and Health and Social Services professor, Sue Forester-Cox (right).
Anabela Manhica and Dr. Tom Dormody
Vicki Galindo (right) conducts a day-long grantmanship workshop during the SLW program
NMSU president, Barbara Couture, visits with SLW program donor, Linda Stout, prior to a Luncheon a the College of Agriculture, COnsumer and Environment Sciences.
Donor, Linda Stout, and the participnats of the 2011 SLW program.
Esther Wamono and Anabela Manhica meet business woman and agriculturalist, Paulina Salopek.
SLW luncheon with NMSU president, Barbara Couture.
NMSU president, Barbara Couture, during a luncheon with the SLW participants.
2011 SLW participants.
SLW program participants with program director, Dr. Brenda Seevers, depatment of Agriculture and Extension Education. Seevers developed the curriculum for the program and taught many of the classes.
Dr. Brenda Seevers and the SLW participants enjoy an evening out.
SLW participants enjoy their first American football game.
Band perfoming during the NMSU-UTEP football game.
NMSU-UTEP football game.
All smiles at NMSU football game.
New Mexico Department of Agriculture director, Jeff Witte, meets with the SLW partipants.
SLW particpants with program donor, Linda Stout.
Chikondi Chabvuta is the guest speaker at the Las Cruces Soroptomist luncheon.
Chikondi Chabvuta and Anabela Manhica speak at a the Las Cruces Soroptomist International meeting.
International Marketing Specialist with NMDA, James Ditmore, gives the SLW participants a tour of Las Cruces area agricultural operations.
SLW participants enjoy watermelon while visiting a watermelon processing shed near Las Cruces
Dr. Tom Dormody teaches a Diffusions of Innovation workshop during the SLW program
Abawari, Chabvuta and Manhica enjoy Friday afternoon popcorm at the College of Agriculre, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Brenda Seevers teaches Extension Delivery Methods during the four-week program
Dr Brenda Seevers and Abawari during Seevers' Extension Deliver Methods class.
James Ditmore, NMDA, and the SLW participants examine chile from a field near Las Cruces.
James Ditmore shares is knowledge of chile production during a Las Cruces area agricultural tour.
The SLW particpants visit and onion packing shed near Las Cruces.
Meaza Abawari at an onion processing shed near Las Cruces, NM
SLW program paticpants with the onion packaging facility owners.
A lesson in watermelon production and processing from the forewoman of a Las Cruces area watermelon processing plant.
Ditmore shares the fine are of selecting a watermelon with the SLW particpants.
Manhica examines a branch of pecan nuts.
James Ditmore and the SLW participants climb one of the children's activities at the Mesilla Valley Maze, an agro tourism attraction near Las Cruces.
SLW paticpants with Anna Lyles. Lyles developed the Mesilla Vally Maze and was named New Mexico's Ag Educator of the Year for her work teaching children about the importance of agriculture..
Agriculture and Extension Education professor, Dr. Kriston Stair (left), prepares to teach a teaching methods workshop during the SLW program.
Mick O'Neill, Professor and Jose Fernandez Chair based at the Agricultural Science Center in Farmington, explains drip irrigated hybrid poplar research to the SLW-AWARD Fellows.
Rick Arnold, ASC-Farmington Superintendent and Weed Control Scientist, points out the differences between corn that is ready for harvest and immature corn.
Margaret, can you help?......
Margaret, can you help?......
While visiting San Juan College in Farmington, Kevin Lombard, Assistant Professor of Horticulture, shows the group the plastic covered grow boxes used to extend the growing season for vegetables.
Margaret, can you help?...... May have been on trip to Alcalde
Was on trip to Alcalde