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Annual conservation meeting presents innovative programs

Nov 27, 2006
Alternative crops to reduce irrigation water use, science credits for high school students attending conservation camp, funding for conservation from oil and gas companies, subdivision reviews with teeth for conservation—these are a few of the innovative conservation programs shared at the Colorado Association of Conservation District’s (CACD) annual meeting in Glenwood Springs, Nov. 13-16. Colorado’s Heartbeat: Agriculture, Water & En...

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