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Robin Young

Archuleta County Director, Natural Resources and Agriculture Agent
Work PO Box 370, Fairgrounds 344 Highway 84 Pagosa Springs CO 81147-0370 Work Phone: (970) 264-5931 Work Fax: (970) 264-5934 Website: Archuleta County Website Website: Archuleta County Extension Facebook Page

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Responsible for developing and conducting educational programs in the areas of: 4-H and youth development, horticulture , local food systems, small acreage management, natural resources, agriculture, and family and consumer sciences. Volunteer Development Management.

Natural Resources; forest health and fire preparedness, 4-H and Youth development, Small Acreage Management

Natural Resources, Forestry, Weeds, Community Development, Ranching succession planning, Farming Succession Planning, Beekeeping, 4-H Public Speaking, general support, Forest health, forest ecology, emergency preparedness, disaster preparedness, Fire mitigation, noxious weeds, small acreage management, backyard chickens, cottage foods, seed collection, seed storage, sustainability and resiliency, vermicomposting.

Public Issues Leadership Development, Resilient Community Planning, Colorado Beekeeping Mentorship Program, International Agricultural Immersion – Spain, Internship at Miss Pennâ’s Mountain Seed, Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance – Mountain Seed School, Joint Council of Extension Professional Leadership Conference, Colorado Weed Management Association spring training, Holistic Management International – Introduction to Whole Farm Planning, Colorado Weed Management Association annual conference, Western Invasive Weed Short Course, Farm Transition and Leaving a Lasting Legacy Facilitation Training, Holistic Management International Ag Educator Whole Farm Planning Training, Facilitation skills with CSU Centers for Public Deliberation, Western 4-H Institute, Community Animal Response Team training, Incident Command System 100 and 700, Public Deliberation and Facilitation, Emergency Planning (CERT Instructor), Community Resiliency Planning, Legacy and Succession Planning

Categories: Archuleta County, Native Plant Master, Natural Resources, Western Region