During this time of uncertainty regarding the national health pandemic, the NMSU and the Sandoval County Extension office is doing due diligence to honor the recommended social distancing protocols set by the Department of Health by working at home until further notice.
The SEMG office in the County Administration Building is closed to the public.
Please feel free to reach out to us through the email helpline by clicking here.
Good health advice: Stay home and work in your garden. Now is a good time to do a soil test.
Submit gardening questions any time to our email helpline by clicking here.
The Sandoval Extension Master Gardeners (SEMG) are trained by New Mexico State University horticultural specialists and instructors under the guidance of Sandoval County Cooperative Extension Service. SEMG is a volunteer organization committed to providing better gardening techniques to the community with the latest, most practical horticultural information available.
The Sandoval County Master Gardener Program began in 1995. There are 11 counties in New Mexico and the Navajo Nation Extension Service with active Master Gardener programs.
Sandoval Extension Master Gardeners educate and serve our communities in sustainable high desert gardening.
Sandoval Extension Master Gardeners envision more sustainable gardens throughout Sandoval County.
Stay informed and up to date on all the latest SCMG news. Read the latest issue of our Newsletter.
There are many Master Gardener projects that need your support. We appreciate all of your efforts!
Become a Master Gardener
Interested in joining our program? Register for the Intern Classes running from February 2021 to May 2021.
NMSU is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educator. NMSU and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Contact: http://sandovalextension.nmsu.edu
If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of an auxiliary aid or service to participate in the classes, please call in advance (505) 867-2582.