- CSU Extension celebrates 100 years
- Colorado Public Radio interview with Bruce Bosley, Extension Agent-Logan & Morgan Counties Cropping Systems & Natural Resources.
- Colorado Public Radio interview with Bruce Bosley (accompanied by historic photographs).
- Logan County office opened Oct. 1, 1912: article in Colorado Gardener by Carol O'Meara.
- El Paso County Extension celebrates 100 years: video by El Paso county government.
- 2011 Colorado Airport Ads: New ads at DIA featuring Food Safety and Nutrition, Family Financial Management and the new CSU Office of Economic Development.
- About Extension: Summary of Colorado State University Extension and highlights areas of program focus.
- Annual Reports: Highlights success stories; produced by CSU Extension.
- Colorado State University Impact Map: How the university connects with Colorado.
- El Sistema Cooperativo de Extensión: Más relevante hoy que nunca.
- Extension Administration: Contact information for the State Extension Office.
- Extension Organizational Chart: Organizational chart of Colorado State University Extension.
Pathways of Engagement at Colorado State University
- Extension Volunteers: New publication highlights volunteer efforts statewide.
- Impact Reports and Success Stories: Reports containing impacts and success stories around the state.
- Mission and Vision Statement: The Mission and Vision statements.
- National Institute of Food and Agriculture
- Partners: Links to Extension partners.
- Sustaining Colorado Agriculture: Brochure discussing no-till and limited irrigation, weed control, crop testing for fuel, seeds into diesel, new farmer program, extending the growing season and small acreage management.
- State Advisory Council Members: This is a list of our current State Extension Advisory Council Members.
- Strategic Plan 2009 - 2014: Strategic plan for CSU Extension (4/09).
- USDA Secretary’s Letter (Spring, 2009)
- Web Site Statistics: Monthly statistics as well as summary information.
The Mission of Extension is to provide information and education, and encourage the application of research-based knowledge in response to local, state, and national issues affecting individuals, youth, families, agricultural enterprises, and communities of Colorado.
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Updated Friday, April 19, 2013