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Spring 2014 Newsletter Posted

Check out the most recent Newsletter under the Newsletter tab or by clicking the link below. http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=baa149d014d9d210c0d232831&id=2f1de81536

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Irrigation Cost-Share Funding Available

2014 Irrigation Cost-Share Program Applications Due: April 1, 2014 The Middle Park Conservation District recently received grant funding through the Colorado State Conservation Board to assist landowners with on-the-ground irrigation projects.  Depending on the number of eligible applicants and projects submitted, each recipient may receive $3,000 or more of matching funds.  Download Application By Clicking…

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Small Acreage Workshops hosted by CSU Extension

Intro to Soils and Soil Erosion Reduction Techniques Webinar March 27, 2014 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm MT  Participants will learn how soils are formed and the importance of soils in agriculture. We will discuss how soil erosion happens and explain the environmental impacts and costs associated with soil erosion. Soil erosion reduction practices such as windbreaks,…

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Ranching and a West that Works

  By standing on the shoulders of those who have preceded us, we will scan our horizons for the reality of ranching, during these times of great change. Rather than staring at the rear-view mirror, we hope to explore the transformative ideas that ranching will pass through during this century. When: April 24 – 25, 2014…

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Weed Workshop Scheduled for July 17th

Preserving the Beauty of our Land A community workshop highlighting the Importance of Weed Control in Maintaining the Integrity, Function, and Aesthetics of Private Land July 17, 2014: 10am-2pm RSVP by: July 1, 2014 Cost: $10 (Lunch included) Come join the Middle Park Conservation District, Summit and Grand County Weed Departments, CSU Extension, and Friends…

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