Strengthening resilience from the ground up
The profound challenges we face today underscore that we are all part of a living community. Individual human health is dependent on the health of the world around us, including our ecosystems. Our resilience to disease is directly related to the nutrients in our soils, the quality of our food, air and water, and our ability to be out in nature. Our food, water and economic security depend on the health and productivity of our lands and the wellbeing of those who steward those lands. And, as evidenced everywhere today, our survival and prosperity ultimately will hinge on our ability to cooperate in the care of our living community as a whole.
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COVID updates from WLA
Posts from our blog
Economic Injury Disaster Loan Emergency Advance another option for small producers
By Louis Wertz |
How to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program for your ranch
By Louis Wertz |
How the COVID-19 relief package can help western landowners
By Patricia Dowd |
Official webpages for government or non-profit programs
From Hotchkiss To Hayden — A Road Trip Down The Western Slope
USDA Announces Pandemic Assistance for Timber Harvesters and Haulers
USDA announces Coronavirus relief, CLEAR30 expansion
USDA to Invest More Than $4 Billion to Strengthen Food System
Howdy, New Neighbors!
Survey: Pandemic has changed consumers’ food habits
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