Enrich your life and the lives of others by becoming a volunteer! The Museum offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities. You can help educate the public about the diverse and fascinating agricultural heritage of New Mexico as a tour guide. Or, if you would rather, help behind the scenes in such areas as landscaping or clerical.
The Museum provides interesting and informative training classes for our volunteers. These are taught by experts in the field and cover a diverse range of topics such as livestock, blacksmithing, and saddle making. In addition, there are many fun activities year-round including field trips, socials, and special dinners. It’s easy to make new friends here! For more information, contact Debbie Holderby, Volunteer Coordinator. Help us preserve the history of farming, ranching, and rural life in New Mexico!
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The Museum has a lot to offer. Come on over and see what’s happening at your Museum!
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