CSU Extension seeks individuals for citizen advisory committee | SummitDaily.com

CSU Extension seeks individuals for citizen advisory committee

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Colorado State University Extension in Summit County seeks individuals to serve on its citizen advisory committee. Core CSU Extension program areas of work include 4-H youth development, environmental and natural resources and horticulture. Submit a letter of interest to Dan Schroder, CSU Extension natural resource agent and director at Dan.Schroder@ColoState.edu. Application deadline is April 20.

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