Small Acreage Resources
Because wild animals’ interest in an area is based largely the availability of food, landscaping can be altered to reduce the desirability of the area to wildlife and, therefore, to reduce the level of disturbance to plants.
Wildfires are a natural part of ecosystems in Colorado. The arid climate here and recent droughts increase the likelihood that there may be a wildfire near your property. Colorado State University Extension in partnership with the Colorado State Forest Service provides resources to help protect your property from wildfire.
Small Acreage Management
Whether you are new to farming or an old pro, it is imperative that you understand your land and resources. Colorado State University Extension provides the information below to help you manage take care of our resources for future generations.
A weed is described as a plant that is not valued where it is growing. Do you have weeds? Do you know how to get rid of them? The best way to take care of your property and control weeds is to create a weed IPM plan.
Water Use, Estimating Moisture, Scheduling and Management, Water Quality, Irrigation Systems.Learn More
Land and Weed Management
Small Acreage, Weed Management, Conservation and Erosion Control, Riparian Areas.Learn More