Small Acreage in Douglas County
Colorado State University Extension can help landowners understand and manage their property. Soil, pasture, water quality, and weeds–Extension resources provide research-based information to help you make an informed decision!
Have a question? Email or call the office (720-733-6930) to ask or to schedule a site visit. We ask for $75 for a site visit in order to support our programming, and Extension services are available to all regardless of ability to pay.
Cooperative Extension and our partners strive to provide up to date and relevant information on issues facing landowners throughout the year. Check out our resources for current information on a variety of topics and challenges facing landowners in Douglas County and Colorado!
Colorado State University Small Acreage Management
Douglas County Conservation District
Douglas County Noxious Weed Program
Native Plant Master Program
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Colorado Native Plant Master program
Register for “Foothills to Plains” Certification or Individual Courses