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February 2014


In January, the Colorado AgrAbility Project received additional funding of $20,600 from the Spalding Community Foundation Fund, a fund established at Community First Foundation. The terms of the gift are to support the PARTNERS Program of the Colorado AgrAbility Project, a program of Goodwill Industries of Denver. The monies are strictly to be used to assist in the purchase of assistive technology needs for farmers and ranchers engaged in the project.

Submitted by Candy Leathers