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Landowners in Colorado Adopting Soil Health Building Principles

"I think we have to change our thinking a bit. It's not the way Dad did it, or Grandpa. It's a new day." - Bruce Unruh, Burlington, CO Farmer

NRCS Helps Conserve Colorado’s Acequia Farming Practice

2015 marks the 3rd year USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) joined forces with Colorado Open Lands and the Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association to sponsor the annual Colorado Congreso de Acequias.

Students Test their Range of Knowledge about Colorado Rangeland

Agribusinesses in Eastern Colorado recently joined forces with Future Farmers of America (FFA) to help educate agricultural students about the importance of healthy and sustainable rangelands.

Historic Conservation Campaign Protects Greater Sage-grouse

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s conclusion that the rangeland bird does not warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act signals the success of conservation efforts underway, including the work of ranchers to restore and protect habitat on private lands.


The Denver Art Museum’s (DAM) 2015 summer theme is, In Bloom.  To commemorate the event, arrangements of flower-themed artwork will be on view throughout the Museum as part of the campus-wide celebration of flowers.


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