The Education and Outreach Department at the Fort Collins Conservation District is committed to bringing a deeper understanding of our natural resources by providing educational opportunities in our community.
By connecting with industry experts from around the state and bringing them into our classrooms and communities, we can gain a deeper understanding of how we can enhance, protect, restore and sustain our natural resources.
From farming and ranching to forestry and wildlife, we are dedicated to teaching others how to become better stewards of our land.
Click on the pictures below to see our outreach programs, educational resources and educational events.
PROGRAMS THE FORT COLLINS CONSERVATION DISTRICT OFFERS
MEET A FARMER
Classroom Outreach and Check-Out Kits
Several themed check-out kits available. Also reserve guest speakers.
MEET A FORESTER
a 4th grade educational experience
Participate in a week long event honoring stewardship and conservation education.
Ag in the Classroom
Learn more about how you can support agriculture learning in your classroom. Get access to hundreds of free lessons, free magazine readers for every student in your classroom and much more!
Future Farmers of America youth organization
find a local 4-H group
Curriculum - Mini Units - Student Resources Grade K-8