Colorado State University Extension is hosting an informational meeting for farmers, ranchers and landowners affected by the recent floods. A wide variety of information regarding technical assistance for recovery will be presented. The meeting will be useful for landowners and agricultural producers with flood-related damage to infrastructure – land, soil, pasture, fencing – and related concerns.
The Northern Colorado Flood Recovery Assistance and Resource Fair will be held from 1 – 4:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, in the McKee Building at The Ranch, Crossroads Boulevard and I-25, in Loveland. The event is free and open to the public; no pre-registration is required.
Information on debris removal, soil, pasture and land reclamation resources, and water quality will be presented. There will be a plenary session as well as time to visit one-on-one with local representatives, including:
• USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service
• Colorado State University Extension
• Rocky Mountain Farmers Union
• Local Food Shift Group
• Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment
• Local governments
• Suppliers and service providers
For more information contact Keith Maxey, CSU Extension-Weld County,
(970) 304-6535 ext. 2075 or email@example.com