Cooperative Extension Service NMSU-Bernalillo County

Major Program Areas

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Announcements


The Office is 'Open' to the public. Please follow current NM Health Department Guidance.


Job Opening 4-H FCS Agent Applications only accepted ONLINE through the NMSU Job Portal


Agents in Office

The Agents are working, but may not always be present or available in office. Please call ahead for their availability or make an appointment directly with the agents.


Upcoming Webinars, Events, & Classes


UPCOMING

  • Maple Tapping Saturday January 15, 2022 at 1:00pm. Location - Patrick Smith Park on East Alameda in Santa Fe, NM. Free Event. Contact Rolston St. Hilaire for more information. Ph: 575-646-5280 or email: rsthilai@nmsu.edu

  • Common Evergreen Pests in New Mexico Wed Jan 19, 2022 at 3pm. John Fromby with NM Forestry will present. Event is Free via Zoom registration. Part of the NMSU Ready, Set, Grow Webinar Series

  • Produce Safety Course -- Jan 25 - 26, 2022 at 8am. Online only. RSVP by Jan 14, 2022. Cost is $45. Contact Janet Witte - jswitte@nmsu.edu or Emily Russell erussell@nmda.nmsu.edu Course will be ongoing throughout the year.

  • Healthy Winter Soups and Stews -- Wed Jan 26, 2022 at 10am. Online zoom class. Led by Dianne Christensen.

  • National Diabetes Prevention Program -- Tuesdays Feb 1, 2022 -- May 24, 2022 at 9am. Format TBD. Contact Dianne Christensen -- diannec@nmsu.edu

  • National Diabetes Prevention Program -- Thursdays Feb 3, 2022 -- May 26, 2022 at 11am. In-Person at the Vista Grande Community Center 15 La Madera Rd, Sandia Park, NM. Contact Dianne Christensen -- diannec@nmsu.edu

  • Virtual Kitchen Creations via Zoom -- Wednesdays Feb 2, 2022 - Feb 23, 2022 at 10 am. Online only. Contact Dianne Christensen -- diannec@nmsu.edu

  • Ready, Set, Grow Webinar Series The 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 3pm.

  • For Diabetes classes and on-going programming, please contact Dianne Christensen.

  • All class times are listed as Mountain Time Zone unless otherwise stated

  • Auxiliary Assistance if you are in need of any auxiliary assistance to participate in an extension program, please contact the event organizer to arrange services prior to the event.


2020 Advisory Report


Bernalillo County Cooperative Extension Service publishes an annual advisory report. This report gives highlights of programs and impacts conducted by the Extension Agents in the county.


ACES Response
to COVID-19

This website provides relevant and reliable information related to the Coronavirus or COVID-19 supplied by our Extension professionals.

COVID 19 Vaccines

* Walk-ins welcomed -- mask required *

Contact Us

NMSU-Bernalillo County
Cooperative Extension Service

1510 Menaul Blvd Ext NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-243-1386 | 844-409-0562
Fax: 505-243-1545
Email: bernalillo@nmsu.edu
URL: https://bernalilloextension.nmsu.edu

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