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Achen, Aspen
Youth Development (De Baca County)
This plan deals with Project Work; Special Interest; School Enrichment; Competition; Clinics; Workshops; Outreach Efforts; Record Books; De Baca County 4-H Council; Officer Trainings; Senior Leadership Club Membership; and anything related to youth in De
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Allen, John
Adult 4-H Volunteer Leader Development (Catron County)
This plan is developed to increase the number of volunteer leeders, leader trainings and support of volunteers.
(Part of the Adult 4-H Volunteer Leader Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Adult Volunteer Leader Development (Hidalgo County)
This plan deals with volunteer leader trainings, organizational leaders, project training for leaders, recruitment efforts, Leaders' Forum; anything related to ADULT volunteers.
(Part of the Adult Volunteer Leader Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Profitable Livestock Production (Hidalgo County)
Improve the profitability of livestock production n Hidalgo County by enhancing decision-making skills of livestock owners and managers.
(Part of the Profitable Livestock Production state-level plan.)
County-level
Southwest District CES Civil Rights Plan (Catron County)
This plan is developed to assure equal rights to all citizens of Catron County regardless of ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, age, or handicap.
(Part of the Southwest District CES Civil Rights Plan state-level plan.)
County-level
Southwest District CES Civil Rights Plan (Hidalgo County)
(Part of the Southwest District CES Civil Rights Plan state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Catron County)
Provide scholl enrichment programs, workshops, competition, outreach, County Council Officer Training. Anything related to youth programming.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Hidalgo County)
Increase the number of Hidalgo County Youth that experience the 4-H program. Improve the 4-H program in Hidalgo County by offering more trainings, events, and positive experiences for the youth.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Anderson, Jeff
Commercial Vegetable Production (Doņa Ana County)
Dona Ana County has been hard hit by cimatic and economic issues. The goal of this program is to strengthen commercial vegetable production in New Mexico by educating clientele in best practices for increasing production and processing efficiency.
(Part of the Commercial Vegetable Production state-level plan.)
County-level
Evaluation of integrated pecan production management systems (Doņa Ana County)
Dona Ana County is the largest producer of Pecans in the southwest. Labor and water issues have become an increasing burden to the pecan farmer. New management practices will be assessed to demonstrate enhanced profitability.
(Part of the Integrated pecan production systems state-level plan.)
County-level
Plant Management Systems: Urban Horticulture (Doņa Ana County)
To educate the public in the selection and use of plant materials suitable for Dona Ana County. To improve the public's satisfaction with landscape plant issues by teaching proper plant management in watering, selection and pest control.
(Part of the Plant Management Systems: Urban Horticulture state-level plan.)
County-level
Southwest District CES Civil Rights Plan (Doņa Ana County)
Civil Rights compliance by New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service is mandated by federal laws and is directly tied to Extension's receipt of federal funding. Noncompliance may lead to loss of funding from our Federal partner.
(Part of the Southwest District CES Civil Rights Plan state-level plan.)
County-level
Ashcroft, Nicholas
Range Management for New Mexico
Ranchers,with agency involvement, will be able to monitor ranges and understand why changes in the range condition occur and take appropriate management actions if needed. Ranchers will be able to take preemptive measures in reducing poisonous plant loss.
State-level