The ANRA offers in-person and online access to unique primary sources from Colorado Cooperative Extension, the Colorado State Forestry Association, National Park Service employees, the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, and many other agricultural and resource organizations. New collections include materials related to Colorado diamond mining as well as to the regulation and marketing of products made from cannabis and hops in the state.” button_text=”Go to Database” button_link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Fmountainscholar.org%2Fhandle%2F10217%2F100005|title:Agriculture%20and%20Natural%20Resources%20Archive|target:%20_blank|” ib3_alignment=”ultb3-img-bottom-right” ib3_border=”double” ib3_border_width=”6″ button_color=”rgba(221,153,51,0.94)” title_color=”#969696″ desc_color=”#1e1e1e” ib3_border_color=”#c9c9c9″]
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