Browse Plans of Work by Specialists

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Chamberlin, Barbara
Educational Media and Communications Support
I serve as co-manager of the Plan of Work submitted by Jeanne Gleason, titled "Educational Media and Communications Support". All impact reports are filed under and tied to her Plan of Work.
State-level
Clavel, Joseph "Blair"
Agriculture as Economic Development (Harding County)
Sustain a viable population for rural Harding County by increasing community and economic devleopment through agritourism and niche marketing.
(Part of the Agriculture as Economic Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Brush and Weed Control Education Program (Harding County)
Harding county ranchers, land managers and state and federal agency range conservationists are expected to learn the most efficacious, economical and ecologically sound means of managing noxious brush and weeds.
(Part of the Brush and Weed Control Education Program state-level plan.)
County-level
Civil Rights - Affirmative Action and Equal Employment (Harding 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 Civil Rights state-level plan.)
County-level
Expanded Youth Development
Network with the schools in the county through FFA and other in school activities (egg to chick, science fair, kids kows and more, farm saftey camp, etc.)to bring year round education to our youth about the agriculture industry.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Profitable Livestock Production (Harding County)
Increase productivity and competitiveness of the New Mexico range livestock industry by applying research-based best practices through Extension education
(Part of the Profitable Livestock Production state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Harding County)
Prepare the 4-H youth in Harding County for productive and awarding lives by challenging their minds as young people.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Cox, H. Wayne
Civil Rights - Program Development Dept. (Lea 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.
(Part of the Civil Rights state-level plan.)
County-level
Forest and Fire Management (Lea County)
Through assistance of specialist county agent will learn fire ecology and management. Thus, ranchers and farmers and other resource managers will learn fire ecology and management.
(Part of the Forest and Fire Management state-level plan.)
County-level
Plant Management Systems: Urban Horticulture (Lea County)
Increase, enhance, and sustain New Mexico urban and rural lifestyles by teaching proper landscape plant selection, management, and efficient water use.
(Part of the Plant Management Systems: Urban Horticulture state-level plan.)
County-level
Profitable Livestock Production (Lea County)
Improve the profitability of livestock production by enhancing decision-making skills of livestock owners and managers.
(Part of the Profitable Livestock Production state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Lea County)
This plan deals with Project Work; Special Interest; School Enrichment: Competition, Clinics; Workshops; Record Books; Lea County 4-H Council: Officer Trainings: Senior Leadership Membership; and all related to youth in Lea County.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level