Browse Plans of Work by Specialists

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Landers, Kathy
Brush and Weed Control Education Program (McKinley County)
Private land ranchers and state and federal agency range managers are expected to learn the most effective, 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 (McKinley County)
Civil Rights compliance by New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service is mandated by federal laws and is directly tied to Extensionís 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
Profitable Livestock Production (McKinley County)
Increase productivity and competitiveness of the Navajo Nation livestock industry by applying research-based best practices through Extension education.
(Part of the Profitable Livestock Production state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (McKinley County)
This plan deals with Project Work; Special Interest; School Enrichment; Competition; Clinics; Workshops; Outreach Efforts; Record Books; Camps; County Council; Officer Trainings; Junior/Teen Leaders; Anything related to YOUTH programming.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
LeFevre, Jesse
Applied Reproductive Management for Cattle (Rio Arriba County)
The goal of the Jicarilla Extension Project in regards to Livestock production is to provide Jicarilla Producers with opportunities to learn about Heard Health, Best Management Practices and Rangeland Conservation.
(Part of the Applied Reproductive Management for Cattle state-level plan.)
County-level
Horse Management Systems (Rio Arriba County)
To increase awareness of and improve horse management systems on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation.
(Part of the Horse Management Systems state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Rio Arriba County)
To provide programming that will contribute to and enhance in a coordinated effort with existing youth development programs on the Jicarilla Nation. To develop new 4-H youth programs on the Jicarilla Apache Nation. To provide youth educational opportuni
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Leinauer, Bernd
Environmentally sustainable turfgrass management
Providing turf professionals and homeowners statewide with information regarding sustainable turfgrass maintenance practices with emphasis on turfgrass selection and irrigation water conservation.
State-level
Lopez, Boe
Adult Volunteer Leader Development (Colfax County)
This plan deals with volunteer leader trainings, organizational leaders, project training for leaders, recruitment efforts, anything related to ADULT volunteers.
(Part of the Adult Volunteer Leader Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Civil Rights (Colfax 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
Plant Management Systems: Urban Horticulture (Colfax County)
Increase knowledge base of clients in the areas of horticulture, gardening, water conservation, and soil preparation.
(Part of the Plant Management Systems: Urban Horticulture state-level plan.)
County-level
Profitable Livestock Production (Colfax County)
Increase productivity and competitiveness of the New Mexico range livestock industry by informing producers of current research-based best practices and industry trends through Extension education.
(Part of the Profitable Livestock Production state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Colfax County)
Use experimental education and hands-on programs among 4-H youth to increase understanding, knowledge, and interest in continued agriculturally based career choices.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Lucero, Steve
Adult 4-H Volunteer Leader Development (Sandoval County)
Orientate and educate volunteer leaders about the organizational structure of 4-H, 4-H delivery modes, affirmative action, youth protection, risk management, enrollment procedures, working with youth, leadership styles, leadership roles and 4-H projects.
(Part of the Adult 4-H Volunteer Leader Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Sandoval County)
Sandoval County youth will enhance their personal growth, through the development of leadership, citizenship and life skills, and experience and satisfaction of making a difference in their own lives, their families, their schools, and their communities.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Lujan, Nicole
Adult Volunteer Leader Development (Sandoval County)
Orientate and educate volunteer leaders about the organizational structure of 4-H, 4-H delivery modes, affirmative action, youth protection, risk management, enrollment procedures, working with youth, leadership styles, leadership roles and 4-H projects.
(Part of the Adult Volunteer Leader Development state-level plan.)
County-level
KA 703. Nutrition Education and Behavior (Sandoval County)
Improve health of Sandoval County residents through healthy food choices, food preparation skills and food resource management.
(Part of the KA 703. Nutrition Education and Behavior state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Sandoval County)
Sandoval County youth will enhance their personal growth, through the development of leadership, citizenship and life skills, and experience and satisfaction of making a difference in their own lives, their families, their schools, and their communities.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level