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09
Dec

CRP Landowner Meeting Come learn about the General Conservation Reserve Program Sign-up that is taking place from December 9th, 2019—February 28th, 2020. The Farm Service Agency and Natural Resources Conservation Service will update attendees on changes to the CRP Program, options for offering fields for enrollment, how to maximize your ranking score and how to […]

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Nov

It’s that time of the year again- time to order trees! Act now! Things are selling quickly! There are many items that are sold out already! Click here for this years order form: http://www.wgcd.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Printable-2020-WGCD-Tree-Order-Form.pdf If you need help planning a windbreak or deciding which trees to order- call Liz Schneider 970-534-2319 or email liz.schneider@wgcd.org

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Nov

Ben Brown             Ben Brown, DVM, is a valued and well-known large animal Veterinarian. Brown is respected in the northeastern part of Weld County and beyond where he serves his community caring for animals.  His presence and talents are appreciated by his neighbors. Ben and his wife, Debbie, both grew-up with livestock. They live in […]

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Nov

Three local students were recognized at the West Greeley Conservation District’s (WGCD) Annual Dinner Meeting and Awards Thursday (11/14/2019) in front of nearly 200 attendees at Island Grove Regional Park. These students earned this recognition by creating lovely conservation posters exhibiting this year’s theme “Life in the Soil: Dig Deeper.” First place went to Autumn […]

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Nov

Spring is an easy time to get distracted…but if you hope to attend college in the Fall, you  are probably searching and applying for scholarship opportunities to complete and submit by set deadlines.   West Greeley Conservation District (WGCD) hosts a scholarship award program with an approaching deadline for submission by eligible full-time students living […]

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Nov

Horses are a part of the Colorado landscape. As critical to most of us as water, air and food. That is why it is so important to keep them safe. This includes knowing what they are eating. Dried, toxic plants can still be problematic in your hay this winter. The following plants are some of […]

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Nov

Our calendar of outreach educational opportunities is already filling up for the spring and summer of 2020. If you have a group of children you would like to bring to Houston Gardens, please let Kristi Helzer, our Community Outreach and Education Coordinator know, 970-534-2320 or kristi.helzer@wgcd.org. Our West Greeley Conservation Team can cover a wide […]

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