By Adrian Card
Colorado State University Extension in Boulder County 

As threats remain, patronage key to local produce viability

Series: CSU Extension Boulder County | Story 26

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Colorado farmers and other producers are under pressure from lingering effects of the pandemic, unseasonable weather, and potential economic side effects of future legislation.

For many of us, the post-Covid return to normal is still largely an aspiration. While most of Colorado is enjoying not having to wear masks in public places and finding socializing readily available, parts of society are grappling with changes in workforce, supply chains, and certainty of plans for "normal" when looking into the future.

In May, I outlined how a larger than average snowpack (...

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