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College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

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Pima

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Cooperative Extension plays a unique role in both rural and urban Pima County. We provide practical information and education to help people make their lives better. Extension educational programs promote environmental stewardship, family health and well-being, youth development and agriculture.

Outreach efforts translate relevant University of Arizona research into effective practices people can put to immediate use in their homes and businesses.

We respond to thousands of residents who come to us for information, and we reach out to meet our county's educational needs. Programs are conducted by The University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Cooperative Extension faculty based at 4210 N. Campbell, Tucson AZ 85719 on the Campus Agricultural Center. Faculty members form partnerships with community groups and trained volunteers to bring the university to the people. A satellite office is located in Green Valley.

Pima County - Tucson
4210 N Campbell Ave
Tucson AZ 85719-1109
Phone: 520-626-5161
Fax: 520-626-5849
Pima County - Green Valley
530 E Whitehouse Canyon Rd
Green Valley AZ 85622
Phone: 520-648-0808
Fax: 520-648-0809

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Cooperative Extension plays a unique role in both rural and urban Pima County. We provide practical information and education to help people make their lives better. Extension educational programs promote environmental stewardship, family health and well-being, youth development and agriculture.

Outreach efforts translate relevant University of Arizona research into effective practices people can put to immediate use in their homes and businesses.

We respond to thousands of residents who come to us for information, and we reach out to meet our county's educational needs. Programs are conducted by The University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Cooperative Extension faculty based at 4210 N. Campbell, Tucson AZ 85719 on the Campus Agricultural Center. Faculty members form partnerships with community groups and trained volunteers to bring the university to the people. A satellite office is located in Green Valley.

How do plants survive 100+ degree temperatures?

Ask a Master Gardener at your local Tucson farmers' markets!

Ask a Master Gardener at your local Tucson farmers' markets!

Hear the history and heritage of Arizona's oldest University and its Arboretum.

What's hydroponics vs aquaponics?

Fruit and nut trees create sustainable, healthy communities.

How do plants survive 100+ degree temperatures?

Below is the spring schedule of the "Ask a Master Gardener" table at one of your local Tucson farmers' markets.

Proven techniques to help all your plants survive the 100+ degree temperatures.  Learn which plants are known to thrive in the heat.

Proven techniques to help all your plants survive the 100+ degree temperatures.  Learn which plants are known to thrive in the heat.

How do plants survive 100+ degree temperatures?

Food Farm Finance Forum 2017

The Arizona Food and Farm Finance Forum is an annual opportunity for those involved in and contributing to Arizona’s local food system to gather, network, learn, and develop new skill sets.

The Arizona Food and Farm Finance Forum is an annual opportunity for those involved in and contributing to Arizona’s local food system to gather, network, learn, and develop new skill sets.

This tour features unique trees, native uses, and folklore.

Ask a Master Gardener at your local Tucson farmers' markets!

How do plants survive 100+ degree temperatures?

What's hydroponics vs aquaponics?

How do plants survive 100+ degree temperatures?

SAVE Saturday, October 7 for the Pima County Master Gardeners bi-annual plant sale!

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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.