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Gardening and Horticulture can be a frustrating, but rewarding endeavor as Colorado has a varying range of climates, altitudes, and soils. CSU Extension has the resources you need to grow healthy plants whether for the backyard or commercial production.   

Lincoln County Resources:

Lincoln County Weed Management Guide

CSU Gardening & Horticulture Resources:

Additional Resources:

CSU Extension Colorado Master Gardener Program:

Volunteers from all of the state assist their local extension office and county patrons by providing valuable information and resources to gardeners. It also provides the opportunity for homeowners to take some short courses on gardening related topics.

To learn more about how to become a volunteer: Master Gardener Volunteer Information & General Education Courses

https://growgive.extension.colostate.edu/

Grow & Give was created to address food insecurity in Colorado by connecting backyard and community gardens to food donation sites across the state. We are here to provide resources to help you both ‘Grow’ and ‘Give’ part of your garden’s bounty to those in need.

Check out the Grow & Give Website to learn more including:

-How to Donate

-Where to Donate (local and state listings for pantries and food assistance locations accepting fresh produce)

-Why Donate

-Gardening resources (seed to harvest)

-Food Pantries where you can get assistance from

Lincoln County Listing of Food Pantries that Accept Produce Donations

Lincoln County Food Assistance Locations

Youth Challenge-Produce Pounds Tracker Sheet