Grand Junction, Colo. – Anyone who is interested in the future of agriculture is welcome to attend the 2nd annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum today at the Montrose Pavilion.
This conference will provide an array of breakout sessions which conveys specific agriculture information. Eric Kuhn will present on “The New Colorado Water Plan and its Implications for Agriculture. With this year’s theme, “Making Every Drop Count”, Kuhn will highlight the critical role water plays in the future of agriculture.
The Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum is a collaborative effort between the Valley Food Partnership, CSU Tri-River Area Extension Service, the Shavano Conservation District and the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Cooperative and Economic Center.
To register or learn more about the forum visit the link below. Admission is now $65 at the door and will include a lunch.
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