While the state isn’t known for growing hops, these farmers are infusing local ciders, beers and spirits with flavors from just down the road
Avid chile fans will still be able to grab chiles at Pueblo’s annual festival. But folks in other parts of Colorado or out-of-state may not be so lucky.
The waves of reddish-brown insects haven’t been as bad as in Nevada, but an “exceptional hatch” near Meeker and Craig is causing trouble for farms and gardens
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey notes that the right to repair law may not sit too well with equipment manufacturers, but it promises to be a boon to farmers. Goats find it tasty, too!
Lawmakers introduced bills that would force manufacturers to provide the tools, software, parts and manuals needed for farmers to do their own repair
Our livelihood is deeply rooted in sustainable land management. That’s why our ag producers are conservation leaders.
From being nestled under soil, piled into trucks, sent down conveyor belts and driven on to Walmart, Kroger and Aldi stores, the potatoes from Reid Mattive’s San Luis Valley farm have never been more expensive to grow. Tires and machinery are hard to locate. The prices for fertilizer, fuel and fungicides are spiking. Mattive, a […]
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Hundreds of farmers along central New Mexico’s stretch of the Rio Grande face a second straight year of having their irrigation supplies cut off early. The board that oversees the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District voted Friday to end deliveries for irrigation a month early because of low water availability. The Oct. […]
Colorado lawmakers have approved a major expansion of labor rights for the state’s nearly 40,000 agricultural workers through a measure Gov. Jared Polis appears eager to sign. Senate Bill 87 would give farm workers the right to organize or join labor unions, earn state minimum wage and overtime pay. It would also protect workers and […]
By Michael Elizabeth Sakas, Colorado Public Radio On an early weekday morning in Longmont, the co-owners of the boutique catering company Whistling Boar are busy in the kitchen getting their weekly meal boxes ready for delivery. David Pitula and Debbie Seaford-Pitula moved to Colorado from Brooklyn five years ago with dreams of living closer to […]