Colorado Farm Fresh Directory: List your business

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Published by the Colorado Department of Agriculture, the Colorado Farm Fresh Directory promotes Colorado farmers markets, roadside stands, u-picks, Community Supported Agriculture producers, agritourism activities and farms and ranches that sell direct to the public.
The 2018 edition is being organized, and producers are encouraged to submit their information for inclusion.
More than 100,000 copies of the publication will be distributed in June to consumers through libraries, Extension offices, farmers markets, welcome centers, chambers of commerce, home milk delivery services and other businesses. In addition, Farm Fresh will be available as a mobile app for smartphones and online at www.coloradoagriculture.com.
The fee to be included in the directory is $25, and the listing deadline is Feb. 15. For more information or to request a listing form, contact Loretta Lopez at (303) 869-9175 or visit www.coloradoagriculture.com.
Radon workshop
There will be a Radon in the Home workshop Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. at the Colorado State University (CSU) Extension office.
Call by Feb. 9 and receive a free radon testing kit. The Extension office can be reached at 264-5931.
CPR and first aid classes
CPR and first aid certification classes are now being offered monthly by the CSU Extension office on the second Monday and Wednesday of each month from 6 to 10 pm. Anyone needing to receive or renew certification can register by calling the Extension office at 264-5931.
We will also attempt to schedule classes on additional dates with five or more registrations. Cost for the classes is $80 for combined CPR/first aid and $55 for CPR, first aid or recertification. The type of first aid information provided will vary by the needs of the audience.
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CSU Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.