Cooperative Extension works with community leaders to develop healthy communities
Yuma Cooperative Extension
Yuma Agricultural  Center
  San Luis Junior High Peer Leaders for the Yuma County 4-H Tobacco Prevention Program prepare for a competitive game of  Tobacco Trivia during a lesson presentation at Arizona Desert Elementary School in San Luis, Arizona.   Cooperative Extension provides information and programs for agricultural producers and researchers, the 4-H educational programs through clubs and in schools, Urban Horticulture including Extension Master Gardener certification, and programs that promote healthy life styles for adults and youth.   Sampling lettuce for lepidopterous larvae.   The Yuma Agricultural Center provides research and outreach programs in crop physiology, food safety, water quality, water and nutrient management, and biology and control of insects, diseases, and weeds.  
University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and life Sciences, Academic Program at Arizona Western College
Yuma Cats Alumni Club
  (from left to right) Yuma Academic Programs Coordinator, Steve Poe; President Likens; College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Dean Sander   The Yuma Academic Programs coordinates a Bachelors of Science Degree in Agricultural Systems Management available only in Yuma. The University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, and Arizona Western College work together to meet the agricultural industry needs of Yuma and the surrounding international agricultural area.   The Yuma Alumni Club provide dinner and the freshmen about to leave for the University of Arizona learn the words to the UA   Connecting with fellow Wildcats in the Yuma area couldn't be easier. There is always something going on through the Yuma Cats Alumni Club network: social, cultural, and athletic-related events, professional and business networking, and community service. Come take a look!.

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