Want to become a master at gardening?
Whether you are a beginner or have been gardening for years, learn more about growing produce in the Taos County high desert. The classes will cover plant selection, xeriscaping, turf, pest management, home vegetable and fruit production, pruning and weed control.
Classes are held on Wednesdays of each week for approximately 13 weeks at Juan I. Gonzales Memorial Agricultural Center, 202 Chamisa Road in Taos. The program will start Feb. 14, from 9 a.m.-noon. Reserve your seat before the Feb. 9 deadline. For information and to register, contact the Taos County Cooperative Extension Service NMSU at (575) 758-3982 or pick up an application at the Juan I. Gonzales Memorial Agricultural Center.
New Mexico State University is an equal opportunity employer and educator.
- Report courtesy NMSU, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Taos County Cooperative Extension.