a study by the Colorado Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the CSU Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University ; Chad Chriestenson, Michael Martin, Dawn Thilmany McFadden, Martha Sullins, and Becca Jablonski., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed July 2021)
Colorado Department of Agriculture take a survey of stakeholders every 2 years. This video discusses the responses to the 2016 survey compared to the 2014 survey., The closing frames of the video shows a copyright date of 2015 which is at variant with the content of the video which discussed the results of the Department of Agriculture's 2016 survey of stakeholders. Therefore publications date reflects probable publication date rather than copyright date., video file MPEG 21MB, Produced by Colorado Department of Agriculture., Online resource; title from the file name (viewed November 2019)
Accomplishments of the Colorado Department of Agriculture in the four years the John Salazar was Ag Commissioner., video file MPEG 86MB, Produced by Colorado Department of Agriculture., Online resource; title from opening screen (viewed October 2019)
Cover title., "February 28, 2008.", Economic outlook for Colorado agriculture -- Fruit industry outlook -- Feed grain situation and outlook -- Livestock outlook for 2008 -- Uncertainty ahead -- Sunflower and oilseed outlook -- Vegetable crop production outlook -- Wheat outlook -- Green industry outlook -- Colorado's agricultural exports -- 2008 Colorado agricultural directory., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
In order to grow the state's economy and support access to healthy foods for all Coloradans, the Colorado Food Systems Advisory Council recommends the expansion of direct market technical assistance for all Colorado producers. Such technical assistance should focus on: clarifying farm to plate food safety regulations; supporting food and farming business development and management; and, increasing direct market access for producers of all sizes., "November 2013.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)
SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly food stamps) benefits play an important role in meeting the food needs of low-income Coloradoans. Farmers markets provide a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables direct from the farm to consumers. This brief presents key findings of the barriers and opportunities to grow the use of SNAP at farmers markets and direct market producer points of sale. Such efforts have been shown to connect food insecure residents with healthy Colorado products and support Colorado's economy., "November 2013.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed August 2017)