The primary responsibility of this position is to provide educational programming and training in the area of community leadership development. Programming focuses on working with community groups and coalitions to promote leadership skills, life skills, community development, volunteerism, and public policy issues. Primary programs include Arizona Community Training leadership in Personal Leadership, Grassroots Leadership, and Servant Leadership; The Leadership Centre neighborhood and homeowner association training program; Project SOAR, Children Youth & Families at Risk (CYFAR) mentoring program; and JUMP mentoring program.
Walker manages the Equine Center overseeing daily operations, breeding, horse care and training. She also teaches two horsemanship classes and is the coach of the IHSA show team.
Administrative Secretary - answer phones, main contact for visitors, secretary for 4-H, secretary for FCS, any other secretarial duties needed that I can help with IT - Responsible for all equipment and vehicles in office.
I serve as the primary source of information about soils and soil management in Cooperative Extension. My more specific areas of interest are behavior and management of nutrients in soils, and general soil and water management. I also deal with water use by crop plants. Crops I concentrate on include vegetables, pecans, and turfgrass.
Peter is the Urban Horticulture Extension Agent for Pima County. He coordinates the Master Gardener Volunteer Program and provides information on best management practices for horticulture in the desert. He specializes in entomology and integrated pest management techniques for a wide variety of applications including landscapes, homes, and crops.
I am the Water Resources Extension Agent for Maricopa County. I work in both urban and rural areas conducting outreach in coordination with water resources staff and volunteers based in our office. My program areas include watershed protection, outdoor water conservation, drought, urban runoff, water quality, and groundwater conservation. Some programs such as the Maricopa County Master Watershed Steward Program are coordinated throughout the State whereas others are unique to our county. I am proud that the Smartscape program for landscape professionals is now offered through our office in cooperation with the Arizona Municipal Water User's Association. Maricopa County offers continuous opportunities and challenges with respect to water resources programming.