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Navajo Nation - Shiprock
Resources for Improving Your Life During Covid-19
Navajo Nation Newletter - January 2021
Navajo Nation Quarterly Newsletter - October
Navajo Nation Window Rock Newsletter - June-July
Sustainable Energy Engineering Design (SEED) Projects
4-H STEM YOUniversity Engineering Design and Sustainable Energy Program area engages youth in hands-on problem solving activities while meeting new friends from across the state
4-H Ag Innovators Experience 2021 Curbing Our Carbon Appetite Challenge
Interested in Leadership and Civic Engagement the join the 4-H Ag Innovators Experience 2021, “Curbing Our Carbon Appetite Challenge”
Underwater Robotics Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs)
The 4-H STEM YOUniversity Underwater Robotics program, engages youth in learning about circuitry, soldering, and careers in STEM while meeting new friends from across the state.
The Arizona Livestock Incident Response Team (ALIRT) was designed to enhance the diagnosis of unexplained livestock deaths.
Information and resources about ranching and land management in Arizona.
Climate Change Vulnerability of Native Americans in the Southwest
Native Americans in the Southwest are vulnerable to climate change because of their intimate relationship with the environment upon which their culture, tradition, and livelihood depend.
Indian Land Tenure Foundation
Serving American Indian nations and people in the recovery and control of their rightful homelands.
Navajo Nation 4-H Facebook
Come support and get up to date information about 4-H activities and events happening on the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Range Plants
This mobile-accessible web database can help agricultural professionals, ranchers, and others on the Navajo Nation identify typical range plants, to help maximize rangeland ecology, productivity, and sustainability.
Navajo Nation Virtual 4-H & FFA Show and Sale
2020 Show & Sale Information
The 4-H STEM YOUniversity Robotics program, engages youth in learning how to code robots, computer science, and careers in STEM while meeting new friends from across the state.
East NM Highway 64, NN ANP Building
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3629
Assistant in Extension