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CO Drought Survey: Help make critical decisions today while planning for a resilient tomorrow.

Dear Colorado producers, farmers and ranchers,

2020 was a challenging year indeed. While last year may have been particularly extreme, climate projections suggest we can expect drought conditions to become the norm, rather than the exception, in the years to come.

Overcoming these challenges will take a collective effort. We want to continue to be a trusted and reliable partner for you in making critical decisions today and while planning for a resilient tomorrow.

We have prepared a short survey to help us better understand the impact of the 2020 drought on your operation and the type of information and resources you need to mitigate these impacts going forward. Your feedback will help direct university research and outreach programming and inform state policy makers of your priority needs. Our apologies if you have received this request from multiple entities.

This electronic survey will only take about 15 minutes to complete. Your answers will be kept strictly confidential and only aggregate summary results will be shared. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Troy Bauder at troy.bauder@colostate.edu or 970-491-4923.

You may start the survey here: https://col.st/gsBybWe appreciate your response by February 14, 2021.

 

Thanks in advance for your participation!

James Pritchett, Dean, College of Agricultural Sciences and Director, Agricultural Experiment Station

Blake A. Naughton, Vice President for Engagement and Extension

 

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