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Boots & BBQ Bash Benefit Event

Boots & BBQ Bash

Adams County 4-H Members Council invites you to the Boots & BBQ Bash on April 10th at the Grizzly Rose.  


Please join us for a night of boot scootin’, bull riding, BBQ & bidding! All proceeds are tax-deductible, and will go towards the youth of Adams County in the form of leadership conferences, state and national competitions, and educational scholarships.

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Join Adams County 4-H

4-H Clover

4-H is youth sharing, learning and growing -to make the best, better!

4-H is learning and developing Life Skills. 4-H helps develop such skills as communication, citizenship, decision-making, leadership, interpersonal relationships, community and global awareness.

4-H is centered on the home and family. Encouragement and involvement is the basis of 4-H.

Learn How to Join Adams County 4-H

News & Events

2016 Ag Outlook and Strategy Forums for Producers
Colorado State University Extension will host six outlook and strategy forums throughout Colorado in early March. Producers participating in the forums will learn about the outlook for commodity prices, production costs for each area, current Farm Service Agency programs, and various strategies for being profitable when prices are low. More...

Resources

2016 Food and Nutrition Trends
Many trends come and go, some stay a bit longer, and some become norms. Food and nutrition trends are no exception. The field of nutrition is constantly evolving and changing, based on new discoveries of food interactions, physiological functions, and much more. These discoveries along with the influence of media lead to new trends every year, with some lasting longer than others. In the December issue of Today’s Dietitian, staff spoke with many Registered Dietitians to determine what topics will be at top of mind for consumers this year. More...
 

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Private and Commercial Pesticide Applicator Training Workshop

Friday, February 26, 2016


Cost: $40 (cash or check) for 1 or all 7 credits.
Adams County Regional Park (Fairgrounds) in the Meeting Room located in the west side of the Extension and Parks Office Building, 9755 Henderson Road, Brighton, CO
Time: 8:00 am for Registration with program starting promptly at 9:00 am sharp!  

Core Categories that will be offered in the Morning:
9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

  • Laws and Regulations (two credits)
  • Pesticides and Their Families (one credit)
  • Environmental Protection (one credit)
  • Use of Pesticides (one credit)        
  • Applicator Safety (one credit)
  • Public Safety (one credit)

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Farming Evolution No-Till Event

Ag Producers, have you been thinking about switching to no-till?
Are already doing no-till and wonder if you can do better?


If you have questions about no-till or the recent changes in farming practices, plan to attend the 2016 Farming Evolution. The event will be on February 17 & 18 at the Phillips County Event Center in Holyoke. Keynote speaker, Dr. Jill Clapperton, is a well-known lecturer and advocate for soil health. Learn more about her at www.rhizoterra.com. Other presenters include Lance Gunderson from Ward Labs, Clark Harshbarger, and NRCS Soil Scientist, and Paul Jasa from UNL.

Farming Evolution Article

Event Schedule

Event Speakers