The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Improving Lives, Communities and the Economy

Cochise

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    Every Little Drop Makes A Big Difference Impact Story

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    First Smiles - Early Oral Health Care Saves Money Impact Story

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  The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension of Cochise County has been serving area residents since 1914 through educational programs. We represent a unique three way partnership of the United States Department of Agriculture, the University of Arizona and Cochise County to provide local citizens access to the Land Grant University System. Our roots in communities help us understand local needs and put university expertise and connections where they can make a difference – improving lives and communities. 

  The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension of Cochise County has been serving area residents since 1914 through educational programs. We represent a unique three way partnership of the United States Department of Agriculture, the University of Arizona and Cochise County to provide local citizens access to the Land Grant University System. Our roots in communities help us understand local needs and put university expertise and connections where they can make a difference – improving lives and communities. 

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Cochise County - Willcox
450 S Haskell Ave
85643-2790 Willcox, AZ
Phone: 520-384-3594
Fax: 520-384-3681
Cochise County - Sierra Vista
1140 N Colombo Ave
85635-2390 Sierra Vista, AZ
Phone: 520-458-8278 x2141
Fax: 520-626-2492
Cochise County - Bisbee
66 Brewery Ave
85603 Bisbee, AZ
Phone: 520-366-8148

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Sonoran Desert Master Gardener Conference

Learn about trees, gardening techniques, eco-design and the good and harmful insects that live in our yards and gardens.

July 12th is International Helmet Awareness Day. The aim of the campaign is to educate equestrians of all ages, disciplines and locations the benefits of wearing a properly fitting, secured and certified helmet.

Did you know that 20% of all head injuries involving horses happen while on the ground? Protect your head by wearing a helmet even when not mounted.

In the United States, an estimated 23,000 youth under 20 years are treated from equestrian-related injuries in an emergency department annually.

To learn more about International Helmet Awareness Day, please visit https://www.facebook.com/riders4helmets or http://www.riders4helmets.com/

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Catch the Rain: 2014 WRRC Summer Photo Contest
https://wrrc.arizona.edu/photo-contest/catch-the-rain

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