What started as a way for the backyard gardener to bring extra produce to sell to the public has grown to include cottage food producers, value-added and “mom and pop” businesses.
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Eighth annual Weather and Science Day with the Colorado Rockies brings STEM to school children.
FLTI participants learned about state government, the legislative process, and current policy priorities of the 2017 legislative session
Over the past year, a community resources team has been taking a hard look at the range of services available and how local residents access them. The collaboration includes members of the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities (PAFC), Larimer County Extension, and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) at Colorado State University.
Colorado State University Extension recently announced that is has named Jean Beeman Glowacki as the Director of 4-H Youth Development in Colorado.
Colorado teens attended sessions to prepare them to meet their state legislators as part of the statewide 4-H Leadership Development Conference (LDC) conference.
Looming drought in 2017 is a concern in Eastern Colorado, affecting ranchers and land managers.
Diversification of practices and approaches to ranching throughout the West were issues at the Grass-Grazers-Families: Finding Common Ground workshop in Pueblo last fall.
Radon has been found to be the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers in the U.S. and claims approximately 21,000 lives annually, nationwide. Extension programs in Colorado are helping residents deal with radon issues.
Colorado State University Extension will host six outlook and strategy forums throughout the state in January and February.