March 1-15, 2014
San Juan Basin Symposium Schedule
The Four Corners area has many unique attributes, heritage sites and agricultural challenges. Another name for our distinctive area is the San Juan Basin, named for the vital river that runs through our county and eventually deposits into the Colorado River. The San Juan River, which coincidently, runs along the San Juan Mountain range in Colorado, connects our county to its counterparts in Southwestern Colorado. It is this relationship that led the Cooperative Extension groups in the Four Corners region to begin collaboration. Just as our local tributaries the Animas, Mancos and La Plata rivers join the San Juan, the New Mexico State University and Colorado State University Cooperative Extension professionals merge to better serve our communities. The San Juan River Basin counties share many other characteristics including elevation, climate and soil types, despite the dividing state lines. These connections, as well as challenges, allow for networking and partnerships to form in all areas of commerce.
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