The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Improving Lives, Communities and the Economy
  • The National Children's Study is examining 100,000 children in 105 locations, including Pinal County.

    National Children's Study

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  • The goal of Walk Across Arizona is to encourage adults and children to take part in activities that promote a healthy lifestyle.

    Walk Across Arizona Story

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  • The Tigermountain Foundation today has four community gardens, five University of Arizona-trained Master Gardeners and seven revenue streams.

    Community Gardens

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  • Thriving in the Arizona Desert

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  • Incorporating fresh fruits and vegetables into the curriculum

    Students in Mary Haldeman's class at P.T.

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  • Between the Grand Canyon and the Utah border lie five million acres of public land.

    Bringing Two Sides Together

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  • Wayne Marx liked his two acres of forest west of Flagstaff and was not eager to thin his ponderosa pines.

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  • Saving Water in an Arid Environment

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  • UA WET Center - Working Together to Solve Water Issues

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  • Helping Ranchers Produce High-Quality Beef

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  • Healthy Eating Habits

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  • Landscapers obtain knowledge from SmartScape Program

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  • This Farm Started a Seed-to-Table Revolution

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  • Double-crop No-till Cultivation

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  • Safe Routes to School

    Impact Story

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  • Two male teenagers cooking.

    Teen Choose Healthy Eating Impact Story

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  • Woman outdoors in rangeland holding a sign.

    Reading the Range Impact Story

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  • Headshot of Rhian Evans Allvin.

    Creating a Competitive Workforce - Helping Children Thrive by 5 Impact Story

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  • George Ruyle and Wink Crigler assess the condition of the grazing range.

    Managing Grazing in Riparian Areas Impact Story

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  • Little girl looking at a carrot she just pulled out of the garden.

    Inspiring Healthy Eating - Obesity Prevention in Kids Impact Story

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  • Close-up view of dried tumble weed (camelthorn).

    Waging the War on Weeds Impact Story

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  • A basket containing green beans and summer squash.

    Our Neighbor's Farm Impact Story

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  • Mother and young son reading a book.

    Family Resource Centers Impact Story

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  • Photo of Abel Macias.

    Healthy Living and Obesity Prevention with Food and Nutrition Education Impact Story

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  • Melendez family.

    Strengthening Families - Creating Family Harmony Impact Story

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  • Students using an iPad to create video.

    Nutrition Videos for Kids, by Kids Promote Healthy Eating Impact Story

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  • Two female health consultants sitting at a table with two young boys.

    Child Care Health Consultants Impact Story

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  • Piles of red, yellow and orange bell peppers, eggplants and baskets of greens at a farmers market.

    Globe-Miami Farmers Market Impact Story

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  • Rainwater harvesting tanks being installed to help reduce runoff.

    Every Little Drop Makes A Big Difference Impact Story

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  • Two small girls brushing a stuffed frog's theeth.

    First Smiles - Early Oral Health Care Saves Money Impact Story

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  • Volunteers preparing soil and planting.

    Cultivating Gardeners and Urban Farmers Impact Story

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  • Two women; one holding a baby and the other holding a colorful nutrition chart.

    Fresh Produce + Knowledge = Healthy Eating Impact Story

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  • Spearmint plant with name tag.

    Garden Kitchen Cooking Up Good Health Impact Story

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  • Volunteers installing irrigation system.

    Sharing a Passion for Plants

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  • Nogales Family Resource Center

    Nogales Family Resource Center

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  • Project CENTRL Changed Her Life

    Diane Joens, Mayor of Cottonwood.

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  • Kyia Lively; Guiding her own path in 4-H

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  • Bed Bug

    Shelter Victorious Over Bloodsucking Bed Bugs

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  • Raising livestock, and good citizens, is worth some work.

    It turns out you can fight city hall.

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  • UACE faculty are working with farmers like Karl Button to get precise readings of yield, growth, soil properties and other factors critical to success.

    High-Tech Farming Tools Can Aid in Greater Yield

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  • Protecting the Crop, Planning the Future

    Protecting the Crop, Planning the Future

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  • Teenagers planting a garden.

    Teens Grow Heirloom Apache Crops Impact Story

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  • CCHC Brochure-nutrition, physical activity, and more!

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  • The Brain waves program is offered in Pima, Cochise & Santa Cruz counties. 

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  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-ed) educational courses are offered across the state.

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  • How much toothpaste should children use?

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  • Help encourage healthy oral habits with a tooth brushing chart!

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  • Learn the tools to building a positive, emotionally close relationship with your toddler.

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  • Parents receive support from fellow parents and trained leaders to build healthy, strong families.

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  • CCHC Manual for licensed child care providers

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  • Developmental screenings are available by appointment as well as at health and community fairs.

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  • There are several national resources available to help you foster healthy eating habits in your young ones!

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  • Photo credit: Maricopa County Cooperative Extension

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  • Hear the voices of children who have benefited from the TANF Kinship Care Program.

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  • Free vision and hearing screenings are available by appointment.

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  • Flood Irrigated Cotton

    Salt accumulates at the wetted perimeter in a surface drip system for corn.

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  • Cotton Diseases Mobile Web App

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  • White Fly

    Pesticide Safety Education Program

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  • Commerical Horticulture Web Site

    Visit Extension Commerical Horticulture Web Site

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  • Oranges

    Pruning Citrus

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  • Cost Saving Tips for Equine Operations

    Cost Saving Tips for Equine Operations

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  • Variable rate technologies

    Variable rate technologies

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  • Follow the Nogales Family Resource Center on Facebook!

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  • Rio Rico Family Resource Center

    Follow the Rio Rico Family Resource Center on Facebook!

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  • Ag Literacy progream Assist educators in the effective use of incorporating information about agriculture into the subjects they already teach.

    Learn more about Ag Literacy

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  • Local Fresh is a service for Southwest farmers and ranchers wanting to do more direct marketing to local consumers

    Farmers Markets and much more!

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    Risk Management Resources

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  • The UA Food Products and Safety facility is the only one of its kind at a University in the Southwest. Photo copyright Edwin Remsberg

    Learn More About UA Food Products and Safety Laboratory

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  • Ag Ventures

    Learn More About Ag Ventures

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  • Karsten Turfgrass Research Facility

    Turfgrass Web Site

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  • Well Water Testing and Understanding the Results

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  • UA Equine Center

    University of Arizona Equine Center

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  • Learn More About AZ Project WET

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  • The Nature Conservancy and AZ Project WET

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  • Learn more about defoliation timing in Arizona.

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  • How to Become a Pima County Master Gardener

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  • Learn more about the Pima Smartscape program!

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  • Read more about this informative training seminar!

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  • Eat Right for Life Program!

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  • Search our food, safety, nutrition & health database!

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  • Learn More About Walk Across Arizona

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  • Using Munsell Color Chart

    Using the Munsell Color Chart

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  •  Alfalfa field at the Maricopa Agricultural Center for University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

    Arizona Forage and Grain Crops Web Site

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  • Wheat

    Crop Growth Stage and Water Use Calculator

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  • Learn more about the educational courses and support provided by Navajo county's SNAP-ed program!

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  • Learn the tips for successful gardening in Mohave county!

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  • Learn more about the Master Gardener program in Coconino county!

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  • What is First Smiles? Why should your child get a fluoride varnish?

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  • What is the Bagrada Bug?

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  • Choosemyplate.gov

    Choosemyplate.gov

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  • Proposal for State-of-the-Art Research Station

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  • Kevin Fitzsimmons

    Aquaponics combines hydroponics and aquaculture

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  • eXtension - Dairy Resources

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  • Apache County - Garden Kitchen

    Seed to Table Food Demonstration and Gardening Workshop

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  • ALIRT Web Site

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  • Backyard Gardener Web Site

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  • The Garden Kitchen Web Site

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  • Learn about Arizona Community Training leadership program

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  • Food Preservation in Yavapai County

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  • Well Water Testing Kits

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  • Monarch Tagging

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  • 4-H High Ropes Course

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  • Height to Node Ratio

    Cotton-Height to Node Ratio

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  • Arizona 4-H Youth Development

    Arizona 4-H Youth Development

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  • Ten Steps to a Successful Vegetable Garden video series

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  • Ten companies own and control 75% of the worlds seeds. How does this
    affect local food security and the health of our region? More

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  • Learn More About The Tucson Village Farm

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  • University of Arizona Nutrition Network

    University of Arizona Nutrition Network

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  • Water reuse is the key to a sustainable future

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  •  Things to Know About Applying Precision Agriculture Technologies in Arizona

    Precision Ag Publication

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  • Apache Plume

    Native & Naturalized Plants Database - a service by Yavapai Master Gardeners

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  • 2014 Hearing and Vision Train the Trainer Dates Coming Soon

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  • Join us for a FREE dental screening for children 0-5 years old!

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  • Read the Master Gardener Manual and contact us for more information on this program.

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  • Map of the Navajo Nation

    Learn more about the Navajo Nation

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  • Safe Routes to School Video

    Video

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  • Hear the successes of the Bone Builders Program

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  • Walk Across Arizona

    Walk Across Arizona information and team site

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  • Hear about the effectiveness of Walk Across Arizona

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  • Garden Kitchen

    Video

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  • Cochise Master Gardener Web Site

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  • Cochise Master Gardener Web Site

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  • Arizona Aquifers Video

    Arizona Aquifers Video

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  • Learn about the continuing projects at the Maricopa Agriculture Center

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  • Learn more about hearing and vision screenings

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  • Pinal Teen Outreach Program

    Visit the Teen Outreach Program on Facebook!

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  • Learn more about safe food preservation

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  • Learn more about home gardening in Yavapai county

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  • Opuntia engelmannii

    Resources for the Yavapai County Master Gardeners are available for download.

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  • Maricopa Master Watershed Steward

    Maricopa MWS on Facebook

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  • What is SNAP-ed?

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  • Learn more about nutrition and promoting healthy eating with your family

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  • Cochise County Livestock Production

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  • Cochise Livestock Production

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  • Cochise Livestock Production

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  • Arizona's Changing Rural Landscapes

    Arizona's Changing Rural Landscapes

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  • Huachuca Mountains, Sierra Vista

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  • Working in Greenway School Garden

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  • Learn more about Arizona forage & grain crops

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  • Learn more about growing chiles in Cochise county

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  • Close-up of Kale lettuce

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  • The Commercial Horticulture programs works with the landscape industry

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  • Water Conservation

    Students learn about water conservation by doing a school water audit.

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  • Two Brain Builders for Life courses are being offered in early 2014!

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  • Food Safety Industry Council

    Yavapai County Food Safety Industry Council

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  • What to do about noxious weeds?

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  • Learn more about non-native, invasive species in Arizona

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  • Check out a guide for all state listed noxious plants in Arizona

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  • Rangelands comprise almost one-half of all the lands in the world.

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  • Southeastern Arizona Rangeland Monitoring Program

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  • Rangelands comprise almost one-half of all lands in the world.

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  • Rangelands comprise almost one-half of all lands in the world.

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  • Learn how to properly store cans and bottles of formula.

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  • Information for Small Acreage Landowners

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  • Learn more about Arizona Forage and Grain Crops

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  • Arizona Plant Climate Zones

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  • The Strengthening Families Program in the news!

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  • Rangeland Livestock

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  • Backyard Fruit Production

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  • Young leaders hope to help make their communities healthier

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  • Study places Yuma's agriculture value at $2.5 billion

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  • Check out this great article: Farm to Feast!

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  • Upper Verde River

    Fall foliage of Upper Verde River Riparian Habitat

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  • Students at Verde Valley Water Festival

    Verde Valley 4th grade students learn important water lessons at annual Verde Valley Water Festival

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  • Students on field trip to Verde River

    Students journaling on rim of Verde River Canyon.

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  • Reading The Range Video

    Reading The Range Video

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  • Like Coconino County Cooperative Extension on Facebook for activity updates on your Newsfeed!

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  • Associate Dean and Director of Extension and Economic Development, Jeff Silvertooth

    Centennial year kicked off at the Southwest Ag Summit in Yuma.

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  • See the impact of Cooperative Extension across the state!

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  • Spotlight: Waging the war on weeds

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  • 100 Years of Cooperative Extension

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  • Visit our website for more information.

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  • Project NICE: Nature Inspired Childhood Education

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  • Play and Learn classes enjoy the outdoors.

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  • 2014 Project NICE Nature Camp for Early Childhood Educators welcomed a few new friends.

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  • Partners Roosevelt Family Resource Center and MLK jr Early Childhood Center and King Head Start are building an outdoor classroom.

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  • Sign up now for our training in White River!

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  • "The work of Cooperative Extension is never done"

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  • Tim Bee talks about his experience with UA Cooperative Extension

    Arizona Cooperative Extension Improves Lives

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  • Cooperative Extension Improves Economies

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  • Supervisor Willicox visiting the UA Cooperative Extension Family Resource Center

    Maricopa Roosevelt Early Childhood Family Resource Center - Video

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  • See all the photos from the Centennial celebration in Tucson!

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  • Centennial Honorees

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  • palo verde photo by: Tom Pedersen

    Beetle is damaging palo verde tree

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  • Beetles on the roses

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  • photo by Cassie Burruel

    Learn more about Baby Brain Waves.

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  • Arizona Cooperative Extension Supports Agriculture

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  • Tucson Garden Kitchen and SNAP-Ed Video

    Tucson Garden Kitchen and SNAP-Ed

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  • Swing into skill-building at the Pima County 4-H High Ropes Course!

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  • Centennial Salute at the Phoenix Zoo.

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  • 2014 Western Regional EFNEP Coordinators Conference

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  • Water RAPIDS Web Site

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  • Conserve2Enhance Web Site

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  • Track your water savings using your personalized Water Use Dashboard

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  • Image from a recent workday in Tucson, AZ

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  • Participatory Watershed Assessment for the Upper Gila River

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  • Photo credit:Judy Davis

    UA CALS Cooperative Extension Wraps Up Its Centennial Year

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  • Healthy, Easy Snack Ideas for Kids

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  • UA News Photo credit

    Project REINU Taps Into UA's Extension Expertise

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  • Kurt Nolte being filmed for a Fresh Produce Safety video.

    Check out our videos on YouTube!

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  • Turf Extension

    Turfgrass Display at the Golf Industry Show in San Antonio

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  • Testimonial from Smartscape graduate

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  • Beets

    Check out our Crop of the Week: Beets

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  • 2015 Ag Summit - Photo Credit Rosa Bevington

    Check out what took place at this year's Ag Summit!

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  • 2015 Lettuce Day Review

    Check out this article on the 2015 Lettuce Days!

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  • Low-water-use bougainvillea - Rick Gibson Article

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  • Brain Builders for Life

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  • Barbara Ashford preparing samples for tasting during the Commodity Food Tasting event at our office.

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  • Diana Inzunza playing nutrition games with kids at the Hartford Summer Feeding Program

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  • Upcoming Teacher Logging Deliveries in April

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  • Operation Military Kids

    Operation Military Kids Video

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  • Gif by Bob Demers/UANews

    Dawn Gouge, Extension Specialist answers questions about pigeons

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  • Shelly Gregory Photo

    Yuma County Plant Clinics

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  • Photo Credit: Melissa Marshall Sierra Vista Herald

    Cochise 4-H shows club more than just livestock and farming

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  • Turning Dreams into Reality

    Registration is now open for the 2015 Turning Dreams Into Reality: How to Start a Farm in Arizona workshop on May 19-20.

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  • Irrigation Audit

    Water Use it Wisely - Upcoming course

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  • Interactive Demonstration Garden

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Agriculture contains information on a variety of subjects and issues important to agriculture in Arizona, throughout the U.S. and globally. There is information on field crops, including varieties, fertilizer recommendations, irrigation, pest management and many other cultural practices. Information on animals including beef cattle, dairy cows, horses and aquaculture is covered in this category. Finally, find the latest research information on emerging issues such as sustainable agriculture, urban interface, food safety, transgenics, drought and climate.

Agriculture contains information on a variety of subjects and issues important to agriculture in Arizona, throughout the U.S. and globally. There is information on field crops, including varieties, fertilizer recommendations, irrigation, pest management and many other cultural practices. Information on animals including beef cattle, dairy cows, horses and aquaculture is covered in this category. Finally, find the latest research information on emerging issues such as sustainable agriculture, urban interface, food safety, transgenics, drought and climate.

Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
1177 E 4th St
Tucson AZ 85721-0038
Phone: 520-621-1607
Fax: 520-621-3963
Agricultural and Resource Economics
1110 E North Campus PO Box 210023
Tucson AZ 85721-0023
Phone: 520-621-2581
Fax: 520-621-6250
Agricultural Education
1110 E South Campus PO Box 210033
Tucson AZ 85721-0033
Phone: 520-621-1523
Fax: 520-621-9889
School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences
1177 E 4th St PO Box 210038
Tucson AZ 85721-0038
Phone: 520-621-2355
Fax: 520-626-5602
Apache County - St. Johns
845 W 4th North Apache County Fairgrounds
St. Johns AZ 85936
Phone: 928-337-2267
Fax: 928-337-2276
Boyce Thompson Southwest Arboretum
37615 E Highway 60
Superior AZ 85273
Phone: 520-689-2723
Fax: 520-689-5858
CALS Business Services
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-7195
Fax: 520-621-8558
CALS Cyber Communications and Technologies (CCT)
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-2489
Fax: 520-626-8688
CALS Development/Alumni Office
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-7190
Fax: 520-621-1394
CALS International Programs
1703 E 7 St PO Box 210436
Tucson AZ 85719
Phone: 520-620-9374
Fax: 520-882-2980
Campus Agricultural Center
4101 N Campbell Ave
Tucson AZ 85719-1114
Phone: 520-621-3246
Fax: 520-795-3735
Career and Academic Services
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-3612
Fax: 520-6211-8662
Cochise County - Bisbee
66 Brewery Ave
Bisbee AZ 85603
Phone: 520-366-8148
Cochise County - Sierra Vista
1140 N Colombo Ave
Sierra Vista AZ 85635-2390
Phone: 520-458-8278 x2141
Fax: 520-626-2492
Cochise County - Willcox
450 S Haskell Ave
Willcox AZ 85643-2790
Phone: 520-384-3594
Fax: 520-384-3681
Coconino County - Flagstaff
2304 N 3rd St
Flagstaff AZ 86004-3605
Phone: 928-774-1868
Fax: 928-774-1860
Colorado River Indian Tribes - Parker
2524 Mutahar St
Parker AZ 85344
Phone: 928-669-9843
Fax: 928-669-9763
Cooperative Extension Administration
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-7205
Fax: 520-621-1314
Dean's Office
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-7621
Fax: 520-621-7196
Entomology
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-1151
Fax: 520-621-1150
Agricultural Experiment Station
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-7201
Fax: 520-621-7196
Gila County - Globe
5515 S Apache Ave Suite 600
Globe AZ 85501-4434
Phone: 928-425-7179
Fax: 928-425-0265
Gila County - Payson
107 W Frontier St Bldg. C
Payson AZ 85541-5397
Phone: 928-474-4160
Fax: 928-468-8289
Gila County - San Carlos
400 Apache Ave (red brick building across from hospital helipad)
San Carlos AZ 85550
Phone: 928-475-2350
Fax: 928-475-2359
Graham County - Solomon
2100 S Bowie
Solomon AZ 85551
Phone: 928-428-2611
Fax: 928-428-7023
Greenlee County - Duncan
1684 Fairgrounds Rd
Duncan AZ 85534
Phone: 928-359-2261
Fax: 928-359-2079
Hopi Tribe - Keams Canyon
PO Box 1203
Keams Canyons AZ 86034
Phone: 928-734-3708
Fax: 928-734-3609
La Paz County - Parker
2524 Mutahar St
Parker AZ 85344-6431
Phone: 928-669-9843
Fax: 928-669-9763
Maricopa Agricultural Center
37860 W Smith-Enke Rd
Maricopa AZ 85138-3010
Phone: 520-374-6380
Fax: 520-374-6394
Maricopa County Cooperative Extension - Main Office
4341 E Broadway Rd
Phoenix AZ 85040-8807
Phone: 602-827-8200
Fax: 602-827-8292
Mohave County - Kingman
101 E Beale St, Suite A
Kingman AZ 86401-5808
Phone: 928-753-3788
Fax: 928-753-1665
Mohave County - Peach Springs
947 Rodeo Way Hualapai Dept. of Natural Resources Bldg.
Peach Springs AZ 86434-0627
Phone: 928-769-1284
Fax: 928-769-2309
Navajo County - Holbrook
100 E Code Talkers Dr South Hwy 77@State Hwy 377
Holbrook AZ 86025
Phone: 928-524-6271
Fax: 928-524-6272
Navajo County - Hopi Tribe
Main St c/o The Hopi Tribe
Kykotsmovi AZ 86039
Phone: 928-734-3708
Fax: 928-734-3609
Navajo County - Pinetop
1892 Pine Lake Rd #7
Pinetop AZ 85935
Phone: 928-367-4588
Fax: 928-367-5790
Navajo Nation - Shiprock
East NM Highway 64 NNAPA Building
Shiprock NM 87420
Phone: 505-368-1028
Fax: 505-368-1009
Navajo Nation - Tuba City
The Navajo Nation PO Box 126
Tuba City AZ 86045-0126
Phone: 928-401-0925
Navajo Nation - Window Rock
Window Rock Fairgrounds Dept. of Agriculture 121D
Window Rock AZ 86515
Phone: 928-871-7686
Fax: 928-871-6679
Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences
650 N Park Ave PO Box 210078
Tucson AZ 85721-0078
Phone: 520-621-1075
Fax: 520-621-9445
Nutritional Sciences
1177 E 4th St PO Box 210038
Tucson AZ 85721-0038
Phone: 520-621-1186
Fax: 520-621-9446
Pima County - Green Valley
530 E Whitehouse Canyon Rd
Green Valley AZ 85622
Phone: 520-648-0808
Fax: 520-648-0809
Pima County - Tucson
4210 N Campbell Ave
Tucson AZ 85719-1109
Phone: 520-626-5161
Fax: 520-626-5849
Pinal County - Casa Grande
820 E Cottonwood Ln Bldg. C
Casa Grande AZ 85122
Phone: 520-836-5221
Fax: 520-836-1750
Pinal County - Casa Grande Satellite
120 E 1st St
Casa Grande AZ 85122
Phone: 520-836-4651
Fax: 520-836-4233
School of Plant Sciences
1140 E South Campus Dr PO Box 210036
Tucson AZ 85721-0036
Phone: 520-621-1977
Fax: 520-621-7186
Red Rock Agricultural Center
37697 S Experiment Station Rd
Marana AZ 85653
Phone: 520-621-3246
Fax: 520-795-3735
Safford Agricultural Center
2134 S Montierth Ln PO Box 1015
Safford AZ 85548-1015
Phone: 928-428-2432
Fax: 928-428-6745
Santa Cruz County - Nogales
489 N Arroyo Blvd.
Nogales AZ 85621-2644
Phone: 520-281-2994
Fax: 520-281-2985
Santa Rita Experimental Range
4101 N Campbell Ave
Tucson AZ 85719-1114
Phone: 520-625-2121
Fax: 520-795-3735
School of Natural Resources and the Environment
1330 E South Campus PO Box 210043
Tucson AZ 85721-0043
Phone: 520-621-7255
Fax: 520-621-8801
Soil, Water, and Environmental Science
1177 E 4th St PO Box 210038
Tucson AZ 85721-0038
Phone: 520-621-7228
Fax: 520-621-1647
V Bar V Ranch
4005 N Forest Service Rd 618
Rimrock AZ 86335
Phone: 928-567-6954
Fax: 928-592-0318
Water Resources Research Center
350 N Campbell Ave
Tucson AZ 85719-5633
Phone: 520-621-9591
Fax: 520-792-8518
Yavapai County - Prescott
840 Rodeo Dr Bldg C
Prescott AZ 86305-2318
Phone: 928-445-6590
Fax: 928-445-6593
Yavapai County - Verde Valley
2830 N Commonwealth Dr Suite 103
Camp Verde AZ 86322
Phone: 928-554-8999
Fax: 928-554-8996
Yuma Agricultural Center
6425 W 8th St
Yuma AZ 85364-9623
Phone: 928-782-3836
Fax: 928-782-1940
Yuma County - Yuma
2200 W 28th St Suite 102
Yuma AZ 85364-6936
Phone: 928-726-3904
Fax: 928-726-8472
Supplemental Nutrition Assistant Program - Education East Valley: Chandler Community Center
125 E. Commonwealth Ave.
Chandler AZ 85224
Phone: 602.689.6082 / 602.689.6205
Supplemental Nutrition Assistant Program - Education West Valley: Glendale Office
8751 N. 51st Ave Suite 106
Glendale AZ 85302
Phone: 623-777-0691
The Roosevelt Early Childhood Family Resource Center
4615 S. 22nd St.
Phoenix AZ 85040
Phone: 602.980.3692

Speaker: Tice Supplee, Audubon Arizona Director of Bird Conservation
 

April 23, 2015: This new 1-day class will focus on advanced concepts associated with soil and site evaluation.

April 24, 2015:  This new 1-day class will focus on overcoming design issues associated with challenging soil and/or site

Vertical playground at High Ropes Course

Climb to new heights on the Ropes Course, plus so much more, for our annual Earth Day celebration

Tour a collection of unusual trees adapted to climates like our own.

This class introduces basic facts and research in early childhood brain development to raise awareness of the significant impact caregivers have on

Get your gardening questions answered by a Master Gardener at various libraries throughout the year.

Visit the diverse collection of plants on the University of Arizona campus to learn how plants have been used for centuries as therapeutic treatmen

Tour the University of Arizona’s historic Joseph Wood Krutch Garden.

Learn how to build a habitat that attracts native bees to encourage pollination in your garden.

Tuesday, May 5, the Water Resources Research Center and the Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions are co-hosting a presentation on th

Transitioning the Farm/Ranch to the Next Generation. May 6, 2015 Vail, AZ

Register now to attend the University of Arizona Turfgrass Field Day in Tucson on the morning of Wednesday, May 6, 2015.

Speakers: Kelly Mott Lacroix, Senior Research Analyst, Water Resources Research Center, and Brittany Xiu, Outreach Coordinator, Wa

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Registration is now open for The University of Arizona, Maricopa County Cooperative Extension 2015 Advanced Smartscape Irrigation course.

Enjoy palm trees swaying in the wind while learning to distinguish Arizona’s landscape palms and other desert adapted plants that add tropical impa

Tour a collection of unusual drought tolerant trees collected from around the world and tested on the UA campus.

Photo Credit: Remsberg

Join a Master Gardener for a free guided tour of the Demonstration Gardens.

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The Desert Horticulture Conference is the premier annual conference for all members of the southwest green industry: landscape architects, designer

Institute for K-12 classroom teachers.

Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) 2015 Annual Conference

Ranchers, Farmers & youth will participate in tow and half days of up to date information on the latest information on Agriculture production i

August 17-18, 2015: Did you know that you are now required to attend an ADEQ-approved course before initiating the real estate ins

Come early for the best selection at the Pima County Master Gardener Fall Plant Sale!

Maricopa County Board of Supervisor Steve Gallardo, District 5, and Maricopa County Farm Bureau President Jim Boyle at the Farm- City Breakfast.

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Plant of the month: Palo Verde

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Cado Daily pours dirt into the straw bale garden in preparation for planting during the "Construct a Strawbale Garden" event in Bisbee last Saturday.

Do you want to join us for fun workshops and events around Cochise County? Check out our schedule right here:

http://cals.arizona.edu/cochise/waterwise/pdf/Workshop_series/2015_Water...

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