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Colorado Department of Agriculture website design and content management. The mission of the Department of Agriculture is to strengthen and advance Colorado agriculture; promote a safe and high-quality food supply; protect consumers; and foster responsible stewardship of the environment and natural resources.
The Colorado 4-H Foundation provides positive youth development and education by raising and distributing funds in support of diverse Colorado 4-H programs.
Crisis can take many forms for many different people. Don't know where to start? Start Here. When a farmer and rancher is facing a crisis, it can create an emotional toll on every aspect of life.
January 2021 Colorado Ag Connection | January 2021 Upcoming Events NWSS Ag Adventure January 9th Specialty Crop Block Grant Applications due February 15th CDA Public Meetings COVID-19 Resources Englis
For the most up-to-date and comprehensive information, visit the Colorado COVID-19 website. Below is a brief summary of what we know today about vaccine roll-out for frontline essential workers in food and agriculture in Colorado. This information is subject to change. The state is reliant on the federal supply of vaccine doses.
Flatiron has announced that the LAX Integrated Express Solutions joint venture team broke ground recently on the Los Angeles International Airport's Automated People Mover project for Los Angeles World Airports.
The memories created through 4-H experiences are like no other, and connecting with fellow 4-H alums is a great way to keep those memories vibrant and stay engaged with 4-H today.
Brace yourself. I'm about to share some jaw-dropping statistics with you. Believe it or not, more than 56 million Americans- that's 19 percent of the population-have some sort of disability. It's a staggering number that includes the 3.8 million U.S.
"Was it something I said?" you wonder. Why did your hot new prospect suddenly turn as cold as ice? It's a predicament every one has experienced (if you haven't yet, you will- and more than once).
In today's world, women face intense pressure and unrealistic expectations every day, in every part of their lives.
By Mary Peck - Smoke from smoldering sage wafted through the still evening air as the setting sun cast a glow on Grand Lake. It was September 2014, and a group of visitors and locals was gathered in a circle on the lake's north shore as part of a special blessing of the sacred lake ...
By Mary Peck - Snowstorms have a way of defining major life events. A nasty winter storm in Wyoming in 1975 set Gary Small on the path to a lifelong career in 4-H. The storm forced the 19-year-old to stop over in Douglas, Wyoming. He was heading to his family’s ranch from Northwest College in Powell.
By Mary Peck - Nestled in the heart of northeastern Colorado's peaceful, rolling plains lies the little town of Merino. Cattle dot the fields, students fill the award-winning junior-senior high school and, on Main Street behind a century-old curtained storefront inviting no attention whatsoever, sits a fascinating array of spectacular sculptures.
By Mary Peck - For bakers and chefs, and really anyone who loves and reveres that magical spice we call vanilla, Santa's workshop might as well be planted on the south side of Fort Collins.
Maggie Hanna grew up a typical rural kid: in school on weekdays; helping with the cattle on her family's ranch southeast of Colorado Springs on weekends. Except Hanna had something else to contend with. When she was 9, her father, Kirk Hanna, died by suicide.
Lest you think cattle rustling, tracking down stray dogies and inspecting the brands on cattle are quaint remnants of Colorado's wild West past, you should talk to Terry Florian. While Florian's job title of brand supervisor might hark to the late 1800s, it's as modern as Colorado's multi-billion-dollar livestock industry.
By Mary Peck October is National Cooperative Month, a 50-year-old tradition and time for co-ops across the country to reflect on their principles and share the value of cooperative membership with others.
By Mary Peck – We all know at least one. Maybe more than one. Perhaps you’re the one. They are passionate “Star Wars” fans, and they’re doing a tremendous amount of giving back to their local communities.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture is making up to $1 million in grant funding available for Colorado farmers, ranchers, food hubs and processors to support them in adjusting to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the food supply chain.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture has received numerous reports from across the state of people receiving unsolicited packages of seeds in the mail that appear to have originated from China and other countries and labeled as containing jewelry or other items. Unsolicited seeds could be invasive, introduce diseases to local plants, or be harmful to livestock.
Take your vegetables from bland to bold for meals you'll love, with accessible cooking techniques and professional troubleshooting tips!
Produced series of online video classes including painting, cooking, baking and woodworking.
For more than 60 years, Colorado 4-H youth have had a friend, mentor, and tremendous inspiration in Dr. Cleon Kimberling.
Flatiron is pleased to announce that Jim Schneiderman, P.E. will lead the corporation's newly formed mid-Atlantic district as Vice President and District Manager.
Colorado’s newest renewable energy facility is already growing. The current 67-megawatt Colorado Highlands Wind project – from which Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association receives 100 percent of the power – is expanding to 91 megawatts.
Aligning your company with the Colorado 4-H program clearly communicates your support for the value of strengthening all communities, and in particular rural communities, through education and cooperation.