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Colorado State University (CSU) Extension Tri River Area Advisory Board

Deadline for application: Ongoing until filled

Term: Three years

Board position description:

  • The Colorado Cooperative Extension Act authorizes Boards of County Commissioners to establish county advisory  committees to assist local Extension personnel in planning, developing long-range objectives, establishing priorities, and evaluating programs and performance.
  • Representatives of
  • 4-H and Youth,
  • Agriculture / Natural Resources,
  • Consumer and Family Education,
  • Horticulture,
  • General Community

For more information, please visit: Tri River Area Extension from the Colorado State University (CSU) website.

Deadline for application: Ongoing until filled 

Term: Three years

Pursuant to Mesa County resolution MCM 97-191 and amendment MCM 2010-091, the Mesa County Weed Advisory Board will make recommendations to the Mesa County Board of County Commissioners regarding a recommended management plan for designated noxious weeds, declare noxious weeds and any state designated noxious weeds to be subject to management, and undertake other tasks as requested. The Board shall consist of (7) seven members with five (5) voting members and two (2) of the members acting as alternates, all members serving three-year terms. Mandated by the Colorado Noxious Weed Act, Title 35 Article 5.5, "The members of each local advisory board shall be residents of the unincorporated portion of the County" and “at least a majority shall be landowners of at least forty (40) acres. For more information, please visit:

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