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Rocky Mountain Ag Briefs 8-1-11

In September 2011, five positions on the State Noxious Weed Advisory Committee will become vacant. Nominations are now being accepted to fill these positions. The committee discusses Colorado’s weed management problems and figures out solutions that best reflect private and public interests. The committee is made up of 15 members who are appointed by Commissioner of Agriculture John T. Salazar. The CDA makes an effort to ensure different geographic areas are represented equally. Terms are two years and a maximum of two consecutive terms can be served. The committee meets quarterly.

For more information, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag/csd.

In September 2011, five positions on the State Noxious Weed Advisory Committee will become vacant. Nominations are now being accepted to fill these positions. The committee discusses Colorado’s weed management problems and figures out solutions that best reflect private and public interests. The committee is made up of 15 members who are appointed by Commissioner of Agriculture John T. Salazar. The CDA makes an effort to ensure different geographic areas are represented equally. Terms are two years and a maximum of two consecutive terms can be served. The committee meets quarterly.

For more information, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag/csd.

In September 2011, five positions on the State Noxious Weed Advisory Committee will become vacant. Nominations are now being accepted to fill these positions. The committee discusses Colorado’s weed management problems and figures out solutions that best reflect private and public interests. The committee is made up of 15 members who are appointed by Commissioner of Agriculture John T. Salazar. The CDA makes an effort to ensure different geographic areas are represented equally. Terms are two years and a maximum of two consecutive terms can be served. The committee meets quarterly.

For more information, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag/csd.

In September 2011, five positions on the State Noxious Weed Advisory Committee will become vacant. Nominations are now being accepted to fill these positions. The committee discusses Colorado’s weed management problems and figures out solutions that best reflect private and public interests. The committee is made up of 15 members who are appointed by Commissioner of Agriculture John T. Salazar. The CDA makes an effort to ensure different geographic areas are represented equally. Terms are two years and a maximum of two consecutive terms can be served. The committee meets quarterly.

For more information, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag/csd.

In September 2011, five positions on the State Noxious Weed Advisory Committee will become vacant. Nominations are now being accepted to fill these positions. The committee discusses Colorado’s weed management problems and figures out solutions that best reflect private and public interests. The committee is made up of 15 members who are appointed by Commissioner of Agriculture John T. Salazar. The CDA makes an effort to ensure different geographic areas are represented equally. Terms are two years and a maximum of two consecutive terms can be served. The committee meets quarterly.

For more information, please go to http://www.Colorado.gov/ag/csd.


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