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Call for Public Comments on Agricultural Outreach Plan

PUBLIC NOTICE

New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions

Public Comment on the draft PY 2021 Agricultural Outreach plan - PDF

National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) state grantee and other interested entities representing disciplines pertaining to every aspect of Migrant seasonal Farmworker (MSFW) occupational and family life are invited to participate in the review and comment process to finalize the State of New Mexico Plan for Integrated Delivery of Agricultural Services.

 

Written Comments

The Department is accepting written comments through December 13, 2021.

Comments may be sent to the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions by email at:

Board.swdb@state.nm.us

When submitting your comments, enter “Ag Plan Public Comments” in the subject line to the email. In addition, reference the title of the plan section and corresponding letter your comments are related to. All comments will be reviewed; however, the Department will not be able to respond to individual comments or question.

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