6/19 Ag Digest

Farming course offered in Taos
Courses in organic farming, photovoltaic and solar hot water design and installation will be held Tuesday through Friday in Taos. Preregistration is required for the courses, which are part of the “Solar Summer Intensive” series.
Evening sessions will cover rainwater harvesting, green building, long range land use planning and architects, green and solar show and tell.
Call 737-6270 for detailed directions. Visit the Web site for additional information: taos.unm.edu/solarschool, or contact Theresa Mondragon, 737-6270, karlis@unm.edu.

Cowboy Camp
meeting set in Clovis
The annual Mesa Redondo Cowboy Camp meeting begins at 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday at Ned Houk Park north of Clovis.
Information: 762-3237.

Rodeo, barbecue and dance set
The Tucumcari rodeo includes bull riding, saddle bronc, bareback, calf roping, steer wrestling, girls breakaway, team roping, barrel racing, live entertainment and more. Events are Thursday through Sunday at the Quay County Fairgrounds, 1500 W. Route 66 Blvd. in Tucumcari.
Tickets: Adults $6, children under 12, $3.
Information: 461-1694. Web site: www.tucumcarinm.com.

Farmer’s Market seeks local growers
The Curry County Farmer’s Market is looking for locally grown fresh produce.
Those with interest in selling produce at the market on Tuesdays and Saturdays can call 762-3163 or 763-5517.

Ag Digest is compiled by CNJ staff writer Leslie Radford. Contact her at 763-6991 or by e-mail:
leslie_radford@link.freedom.com