Purple Up! Day for Military Kids is celebrated around the world by military service branches, Department of Defense, governors, states, schools, businesses, and communities.
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Register with Grow & Give today to help fight hunger in your community. Grow produce at home. Give the extra to those in need.
In 2020, Colorado experienced an unprecedented wildfire season. The East Troublesome and Cameron Peak Wildfires scorched over 400,000 acres and destroyed 1,041 structures, including nearly 600 residences. Consequently, flood risk after a wildfire increases dramatically – and where it rains, it can flood. While Colorado is still recovering from these historic events, it’s important to understand the increased risk and prepare for the upcoming wildfire season.
Food safety is a critical concern in the United States and meat processing plays a major role in this endeavor. Join the National Ag Law Center for an informative webinar about legislative changes to meat processing and what it means.
From a historical standpoint, progress related to equity in civic processes has often occurred in the U.S. because of communities, specifically marginalized communities, advocating for their rights and needs from outside the systems and structures in power, through protest, demonstrations, art, and community care.
Join us on April 14th at 1 pm for a webinar to learn more about the genesis of the Civic Capacity Index and how the Civic Capacity Index might transform communities and community leaders in a time of disruptive change.
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded a $595,654 CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant to Colorado State University (CSU), Grand Junction, Colorado, to launch the Planning and Technical Support to Diversify Colorado Economic Opportunities program.
CSU’s College of Ag Sciences and Regional Economic Development Institute will continue to partner with USDA, CDA and various communities across the state to provide applied research, technical assistance, economic development guidance and education motivated by what was learned from the CHAMP project.
Farmers and ranchers are in the midst of filing tax returns for the 2020 tax year. Learn about various legislation, including the CARES Act and the Tax Relief Act, and how they might impact farmers and ranchers.
Alzheimer’s and other dementias cause memory, thinking, and behavior problems that interfere with daily living. Register to learn how to recognize common signs of the disease; how to approach someone about memory concerns; the importance of early detection and benefits of a diagnosis; possible tests and assessments for the diagnostic process, and Alzheimer’s Association resource.