Tri River Area CSU Extension - To provide information, education and to encourage the application of research-based knowledge to the communities of Delta, Mesa, Montrose, and Ouray Counties.

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CSU Fact Sheets

Live, Eat, Play

  • Find current nutrition and health information aimed at helping you become better informed and more motivated to achieve great health at every stage of your life.


  • LiveWell Colorado increases access to healthy eating and active living by removing barriers that affect low-income communities and people of color.


  • There’s more than one way to eat healthy. Let MyPlate, MyWins help you find healthy eating solutions to fit your lifestyle!

Food Preservation and Canning; Approved Recipes & Resources

Recipe Cards

*If you would like a copy of the recipes without the watermark, please email Ann Duncan at

Colorado Farm Fresh Directory

Colorado Farm to Market

  • This website is for farmers’ market vendors, farmers’ market managers, and Ag producers, food product manufacturers and others targeting direct markets such farm to school, restaurants, retail stores, and institutions. Click Here

Colorado Market Maker: What’s In Season?

Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), Good Handling Practices (GHPs)

  • Trying to figure out where to start on your GAP plan? Look at the CSU Farm to Table website for an excellent outline on up to date information and resources. Click Here

Tri – County Health Department

  • Information on a wide range of topics such as radon, bed bugs, West Nile Virus, baby behavior, car seat information, child care, breastfeeding, child immunization audit,lead poisoning, community health, emergency preparedness tips, family planning, farmers markets, mold, meth cleanup, and much much more. Click Here.

Emergency Preparedness


Cannabis and Your Health

County Emergency Notifications



News You Can Use Newsletters

COVID-19 Impact

The Mesa, Delta and Montrose/Ouray offices are currently closed due to precautionary measures related to COVID-19 (coronavirus). In-person Extension programming has been cancelled statewide through at least May 17th. We are still available to you, primarily by phone and email. See the Contact Us page to reach out to an Agent or click the link below for more information. Thank you.