Colorado Wheat to Host 2016 Colorado Agricultural Summit

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The Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee (CWAC), Colorado Association of Wheat Growers (CAWG), and Colorado Wheat Research Foundation (CWRF) will host the 2016 Colorado Agriculture Summit on December 1, 2016 at Longmeadow Event Center in Wiggins, Colorado. Open to all involved in agriculture, the summit will feature a full day of informative speakers and panels focused on bringing real, timely industry information to Colorado agricultural producers.

CCGA Annual Business Meeting, Colorado Corn Annual Banquet Set

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Join Colorado Corn board members and staff on Dec. 7 at the Yuma Community Center (421 E. 2nd St.) to celebrate 2016. 

The Colorado Corn Growers Association (CCGA) will begin its annual business meeting at 4:30 p.m. (all CCGA members are invited), a social hour will begin at 5:30 p.m., and the dinner and awards start at 6:30 p.m. CCAC and CCGA board meetings will also be taking place in conjunction with this event. 

Enter your Photos: Showcase Colorado Agriculture Through Pictures

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From vast wheat fields on the eastern plains and cattle grazing on lush mountain pastures to plump fruit in Western Slope orchards and chili peppers basking in the Pueblo sun, Colorado's agricultural landscape is endless. It's time to capture the "spirit" of Colorado agriculture through photographs. The 19th annual "'s AgriCultural" photography contest is seeking entries as a way to celebrate the state's agricultural heritage.

Corn Growers Support Higher Bar for Constitutional Amendments

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By Dave Eckhardt
Colorado Corn Growers Association president

With the changing demographics in our rapidly growing state, there are now fewer and fewer people who know our rural, agrarian heritage.

Couple that with our constitution being the third-easiest of all states to amend through the petition process, and Colorado has become a playground for special interests pushing their agendas.

That can be detrimental to Colorado's $40 billion ag industry - one of the top contributors to our state's economy - and the rural communities that depend on it.