Natural Disasters and Emergency Management Support
We know the next natural disaster is just a matter of when not if. The link below takes you to our repository of information, websites, and resources to help prepare for disasters, navigate them while going through them, and what to do following the disaster.
Agriculture in Teller County and the State
Agriculture is big business in Colorado, contributing $40 billion annually to the state’s economy. Whether you are farming on a small acreage, in urban spaces or are involved in large-scale production agriculture, Extension resources provide research-based information for producers located from the plains to the mountains. Topics include: Crops, Farm Management, and Livestock.
Our Agriculture and Business Management team helps with topics such as: leasing rates, drought decision-making tools, impacts of current Ag Bill, and grant resources to name a few. Check out their website and associated tools.
Colorado Woody Plant App
We developed the Colorado Woody Plant App (search CO Woody Plants) to help people identify the Native Woody Plants that you might find traversing the forests or open plains. You can download the App for free by searching “CO Woody Plant” on both Android and iPhones.
Noxious Weeds of Colorado:
For a current list of CO noxious weeds, how to identify, and treatment click here.
Newsletters and Brochures
- Managing Livestock in the Mountains
A 70-page brochure developed by CSU Extension staff living and working in mountain communities.
- Inside Ag
Colorado Department of Ag monthly newsletter designed to inform and educate the public on current issues facing agriculture
- Local Food Systems
Key resource connecting our CSU Extension team with local and state partners about events, news and opportunities.
- Market Reports
Commodity reports of particular interest to Colorado producers.
- Nutrient Digest
Nutrient Management Newsletter for the Western U.S.
- Small Acreage Management Newsletter
News for the small acreage owner.
- State Veterinarian’s Newsletter
Colorado Department of Education Animal Industry Division Newsletter.