Educators helping train volunteers to provide opportunities for youth participation and leadership opportunities
Researchers working with farmers to control insects such as white flies and bark beetle
Liaisons to rural communities planning for economic growth
Volunteers reaching out to youth in our local area
Trained volunteers advising home gardeners to make the best possible use of resources like composting, pest controls, and organic gardening
Master volunteers helping ranchers make the best possible use of Arizona's precious natural resources
Parent educators and consumer advisors helping families learn parenting skills
What We Do
Arizona Cooperative Extension works as a partnership between the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the University of Arizona College of Agriculture, and people all over the state. With offices in all 15 Arizona counties, we bring scientific knowledge to people every day to enhance their work and enrich their lives.
Presenting a practical and beautiful book designed for our high
elevation habitats: Beyond the Ponderosa: Successful Landscape Trees for
Higher Elevations in the Southwest. The trees represented in this book
provide us with shade, food, and cover for wildlife while contributing
to the beauty of the landscape.