Writer: D'Lyn Ford
LAS CRUCES - Jason Lamb brings agricultural teaching experience to his new job as Cibola County agent with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service. His responsibilities will include both agricultural and 4-H programs.
"Extension offers a lot of diversity in its programs," Lamb said. "I'm looking forward to developing the best county program possible and having the opportunity to work with young people."
Lamb, who began work Jan. 2, was an agricultural instructor at Quemado High School for 2-1/2 years. He also taught briefly at Roswell High School and at Hot Springs High School in Truth or Consequences.
He grew up participating in 4-H as the son of longtime Grant County Extension agent Ron Lamb. Both are artists who work in pencil.
Lamb holds an associate's degree in animal science from Clarendon College and a bachelor's degree in agricultural and extension education from NMSU.
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