The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Improving Lives, Communities and the Economy

Cochise

  • Saving Water in an Arid Environment

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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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  • Photo Credit: Melissa Marshall Sierra Vista Herald

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

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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. 

Click here for our 2014 Annual Report

Click here for our Employee Page.

 

  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. 

Click here for our 2014 Annual Report

Click here for our Employee Page.

 

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

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Workshop is for custodians, administrators, IPM coordinators, residents, pest management professionals, nurses, building managers, food service staff and master gardeners

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Pesticide Safety Education workshop to provide information on:
• Pesticide safety
• IPM Philosophy 101

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An educational experience for everyone with an interest in gardening.

"Make the Right Cut" - Pruning Maintenance of Woody Plants

Hands-On Help with Your Drip Irrigation System

Hands-On Help with Your Drip Irrigation System

Hands-On Help with Your Drip Irrigation System

Rainwater Harvesting - The Basics
Focus: Learn the basics of how to harvest rain at your home.

Sierra Vista Area Rainwater Talk & Tour

Native Plants and Their Pollinators

Arizona Domestic Well Owner's Workshop

Septic Care Workshop
Focus: Learn how to take good care of your septic system.

If you're thinking about putting in a vineyard, orchard, or greenhouse on small acreage and marketing your produce to sell, these classes are a must for you!

It is a series of 5 classes offering knowledge on topics from business planning and marketing to basic growing, fertilizing, watering, and soil health.

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Mark your calendars for the 2016 High on the Desert Gardening and Landscaping Conference, March 10th and 11th. Join the Cochise County Master Gardeners and the UA Cooperative Extension at Cochise College in Sierra Vista for this informative and fun event!

Registration is required, so please visit the CCMGA website for more information: http://bit.ly/1Px06ty

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Tooth Healthy Snacks for Game Day!

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  • These stories provide examples of how the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Cooperative Extension (CALS-CE) translates research-based inform

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