The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Improving Lives, Communities and the Economy

Yavapai

  • Volunteers installing irrigation system.

    Sharing a Passion for Plants

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  • Food Preservation in Yavapai County

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  • Yavapai Fair

    Backyard Gardener Web Site

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  • Learn more about home gardening in Yavapai county

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  • Photo Courtesy: Mary Barnes, Yavapai County Master Gardeners

    Cooperative Extension's Master Gardeners Help Give Pre-Schoolers a 'Head Start'

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The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension of Yavapai 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 Yavapai 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 Yavapai 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 Yavapai 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.

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
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    Staff Doug Tolleson, Chris Bernau, and Lisa Page shared range science technology with hundreds of excited youth and adults at two Arizona SciTech Festival events this week in the Verde Valley.

  • Photo Credit: UA News

    "The Master Gardeners get projects done, they have fun and they are meeting a mission that is very important to them and the community," said Jeff Schalau, agriculture and natural resources agent with Yavapai County Cooperative Extension.

Well head

Free workshop for domestic well owners - Oct 1, 2016 - Prescott Rodeo grounds

Brain Builders for Life

This 16-hour interactive training focuses on integrating early brain development and typical child development for children prenatal to age three.

Learn the Signs of Autism and Act Early Training

Learn the Signs/Act Early was developed at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to promote awareness of developmental milestones in

Brain Builders for Life

This 16-hour interactive training focuses on integrating early brain development and typical child development for children prenatal to age three.

Happy Friday! Did you know that September is Fruits & Veggies – More Matters Month? Fewer than 1 in 4 adults eat the recommended amount of fruits every day; and fewer than 1 in 7 adults eat the recommended amount of vegetables every day. For assistance with a balanced diet, visit the Choose My Plate website for ideas.

The University of Arizona Yavapai County Cooperative Extension | A new link has been shared | 3 days 22 hours ago

European earwigs are a common garden insect. Their damage is usually limited, but hey can usually be managed without chemicals.

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Happy Friday! Did you know that Alan B. Shepard, Jr, the first American to journey into space, was awarded the National 4-H Alumni Award in 1962? As a 4-H'er in New Hampshire, Shepard's major projects were gardening and poultry. More information about 4-H and space can be found on the National 4-H History website.

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Make a Donation

We are pleased to offer a variety of ways that you can make your gift to Cooperative Extension. If you have questions or would like to make your gift by telephone, please contact the CALS Development Office at 520-621-7190.
 

Online Giving

Thank you for your interest in supporting Cooperative Extension across the state of Arizona. Donors like you have contributed greatly to our continued success in education for improving lives and communities. All tax deductible charitable donations are processed through the University of Arizona Foundation. We appreciate your support of Cooperative Extension.

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Mail

Please make your check payable to: "University of Arizona Foundation"

Gifts may be mailed to:

CALS Cooperative Extension
301 Forbes Building
PO Box 210036
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0036
 

 

Estate Gifts, Gifts of Stock, Gifts of Insurance or other Planned Gifts

If you would like to include Cooperative Extension, or a specific Extension program, in your estate plans, or if you would like information on the benefits and ease of giving gifts of stock or insurance or other types of planned gifts, please contact Ann Stevens at 520-621-7883.
 

Charitable Gift Annuities

Charitable Gift Annuities are an important way to support Arizona Cooperative Extension, particularly county level Extension programs, while receiving life-long income and significant tax benefits. Please call Ann Stevens at 520-621-7883 for more information.