Colorado State University Extension's Tri-River Area is pleased to announce that Douglas Dean was hired on March 1 to fill the livestock/range agent position left vacant by Robbie Baird LeValley.
The new livestock/range agent holds a Bachelor of Science degree in range/wildlife science, as well as a Master's degree in business administration from Texas Tech University.
The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) has just released a new Small Hydro Handbook to assist developers, ranchers, municipal water operators, irrigation districts, agricultural producers, resource agencies, environmental organizations, utilities and others with small hydro project development.
The Small Hydro Handbook provides a step-by-step process for tapping the potential for small hydro power on existing water pipes, water diversions, impoundments or new water infrastructure in Colorado.
Colorado State University's Delta Extension Office is now offering "Weeds of the West," a 628-page guide to every weed you may ever encounter in the western United States.
A full-color photograph as well as detailed description of each species is included, to aid in identification of what's growing in your garden or pasture.
Colorado State University's Delta Extension Office is now offering "So Easy to Preserve," a complete, step-by-step guide detailing how to preserve almost anything you'd ever eat!
This 376-page book explains pressure canning, water-bath canning, dehydration, pickling and freezing, and includes recipes for preserving vegetables, fruits and meats.