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As spring approaches, check out our webinars to help answer your questions. Topics range from soil moisture monitoring techniques, integrated weed management, pasture stewardship, native plants, livestock nutrition, common forage grasses and more.

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Colorado State University Extension provides education and resources to assist land managers. Contact your local extension office, or one of our regional range specialists for questions on pasture management, stocking rates, plant identification, wetland & fire rehabilitation, soil health and more.

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Public lands in Colorado are multiple use. They provide grazing for livestock and are areas where you can enjoy mountain biking, hiking, and more. Check out our video for tips to keep you safe around livestock.

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Native Herbaceous Perennials for Colorado Landscapes - 7.242 - Extension

Why are native plants so much better? Native plants populated Colorado before European settlement and developed to be well suited for the climate, area, and competition with other species. Check out ... See more

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The topic for this month is “May I?” We are going to post about common questions we get from landowners. If you have a question you would like answered message us and we will try to work it into ... See more

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Looking for opportunities to learn more about land management? Keep checking our calendar to find an event near ... See more

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Guide to Poisonous Plants - Range Management

Spring flowers are beautiful, but some can be toxic to livestock. This website through CSU Veterinary Extension enables you to look up plants and their toxicity, or search by symptom. ... See more

Poisonous Plant Information The Guide to Poisonous Plants is a searchable, online database of plants known to be poisonous to animals. It is provided by the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital ... See more

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