Colorado Agriculture Bibliography
Agriculture Research Topic
For Colorado farmers, the landscape serves as both hindrance and advantage. It’s true that rainfall is scarce in many areas, and much of the mountain terrain is too high and too cold to nurture extensive cultivation. But the land’s diversity is also its strength—Colorado’s prairies, foothills, rivers, mountain parks, valleys, mesas, and desert country all possess their natural contributions to farming and ranching. Over time, Coloradoans learned how to persuade this land to bear fruit.
Colorado's agricultural experience testifies to the state’s natural advantages:
For more about Colorado's agrarian past, see Background on Colorado Agriculture.
- Books, "Agriculture & Natural Resources" (136 pages)
- Books, "History, Home Economics, & Rural Life" (94 pages)
- Books, "Sugar Beets" (10 pages)
- Books, "Water & Irrigation" (52 pages)
- Theses & Dissertations, "Agriculture & Biology" (46 pages)
- Theses & Dissertations, "Water & Irrigation" (10 pages)
- Theses & Dissertations, "History, Railroads, Archeology, and more" (10 pages)
- Serials, "Agriculture, Home Economics, & more" (36 pages)
- CSU Reports (249 pages)